Nolen Gur Simui er Payesh Recipe | Gur Seviyan | Bengali Vermicelli Pudding | Indian Seviyan Kheer Recipe

First recipe post of 2019 and it calls for something sweet, something seasonal, something easy to make. I’ve already sung the glories of date palm jaggery or Nolen Gur already and have recipes with it, too. This is an addition to that. Vermicelli Pudding or Nolen Gur-er Simui-er Payesh or Gur Seviyan.  Continue reading

The Nolen Gur Series: Part IV ~ Nolen Gur-er Eggless Loaf Cake Recipe

Nolen Gur-er Eggless Cake Recipe,, Nolen Gur Cake Original Recipe

I have gone a tad bit overboard with Nolen Gur, here on my blog. As a personal favorite, I have loved the flavor, fragrance, and the sweetness it gives. Moreover, my post on Nolen Gur and why it’s unique has grabbed a lot of attention, especially these winter months when it’s freshly available in the market. You can find the post here ~ https://anartsyappetite.com/nolen-gur-uniquely-bengal/
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Noler Gur Series : Part III ~ Paayesh (Rice Pudding)

Nolen Gurer Paayesh or Rice Pudding recipe
Easy three-ingredient Indian Rice Pudding – yes, that’s what ‘Paayesh’ really is. 
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The Nolen Gur Series : Part II ~ Naarkel Naru Recipe

Naarkel Naru, Coconut balls with Nolen Gur

Naarkel Naru or Sweet Coconut Balls, a sweet treat made with just 3 ingredients, makes an appearance as the second part of my Nolen Gur Series. It’s a very versatile recipe and I say so because you can actually use this even as filling for other Indian desserts such as Patishapta, Pithe, etc. For my Patishapta (Indian crepe) recipe, click here. Continue reading

The Nolen Gur Series : Part I ~ Patishapta Pitha Recipe

dsc_0120Patishapta is the Bengali answer to a French Crepe. Unlike savory crepes, Patishapta is always sweet and is smaller in diameter. It has a sweetened coconut or a fudgy sweet cheese filling. So I can rightfully call this recipe ‘Crepes with Coconut and Jaggery’. 
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Nolen Gur | Khejur Gur | Date Palm Jaggery | Patali Gur ~ Uniquely Bengal (Winter Superfood)

Date Palm Jaggery, Nolen Gur, Nalen Gur

The jaggery wrapped in a local Bengali newspaper

What is ‘Nolen Gur’? Why is it so unique?
‘Nolen Gur’, ‘Notun Gur’ or ‘Khejur Gur’ is Date Palm Jaggery that is unique to Bengal. With the onset of a nip in the air, the local sweet (dessert) shops, in my hometown of Kolkata, are buzzing with eager customers buying the dairy-based sweets made with the ‘New Jaggery’. ‘Nolen’ stands for new, and ‘gur’ stands for jaggery.

Delicious Bengali desserts recipes using Nolen Gur on my blog are:
Nolen Gur-er Patishapta Pitha 

Nolen Gur-er Naru or Coconut Jaggery Balls

Nolen Gur-er Paayesh or Rice Pudding

Nolen Gur-er Eggless Cake
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