In light of recent comment, made by last year’s winner of “Great British Bake Off”, Nadiya Hussain, regarding “Bangladeshi cuisine has no dessert”, Premium Sweets along with the rest of the population of Bangladesh would like to suggest otherwise.
If there is anything that unites us, it would have to be our passion for sweets. Although, sweet was invented out of sheer necessity of abundance supply of excess milk in the 15th century in Bengal, it nevertheless became an essential part of our cuisine. We became so passionate about it that the creativity in sweet making process and its artistic presentation gained us worldwide recognition.
From pregnancy, to birth of a child, making new friends, remembering old ones, passing an examination, getting a new job, marriage and even death, sweets are a marker of rites of passage in a Bengali’s life.
Be it the softness of "Roshogolla" or the thick trickle of the "Mishti Doi", or the myriad "Sandesh", we love sinking our teeth in sweet-delicacies! As long as our taste buds keep patronizing these sweets, no chocolate or cake maker can ever strip us from our roots. So, to sum up, not only do we have dessert in Bangladeshi cuisine, no Bangladeshi cuisine is, in fact, complete, without finishing it off with a sweet!
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