Bhappa Doi – A Bengali sweet

I am very fond of Bengali sweets. And there are a list of other sweets like rasmalai , rasgulla ,sandesh, pantooa which I have been wating to try for a very long time and am going to try them soon. I made this bhappa doi which is also a Benagali sweet. It is basically steamed sweet curds. In this, condensed milk along with curds is taken in a mould , covered with a foil and steamed in a vessel containing boiling hot water for about 20 minutes.


But I saw in Tarla dalal’s cookbook that it could even be microwaved. So I decided to follow the microwave version.

It tasted really delicious, something very similar to shrikand.

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Bhappa Doi - A Bengali sweet Yum
Course dessert
Cuisine indian
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Course dessert
Cuisine indian
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Mix the condensed milk and curd and mix well. Make sure there are no lumps.
  2. Microwave this mixture for 1 minute and stand time for another 3 minutes.
  3. Keep this in a refrigerator. Chill and then garnish with saffron, almonds and pistachios before serving.
Recipe Notes

I am sending this to LG who is hosting SWC- Bengal this month.

This also goes to mythreyee's sweet series where the theme is steamed/deep fried sweets.

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24 Comments

  1. Taste of Mysore

    Thanks for this sweet entry Sowmya. I loved Bhappa Doi, but I steamed it in cooker, but microwave options seems to be good. Next time will try it out.

     
  2. I ve steamed it too before the microwave version seems cool Sowmya !

     
  3. oooo i love bengali sweets. i shld give this one a try. yummy

     
  4. even i tried this in microwave,..liked the taste lotz,..:-)

     
  5. Bhappa Doi looks yummy…the texture is so nice…gud entry

     
  6. mmm. lovely sweet! looks so tempting. Nice entry.

     
  7. Simple yet delicious one.

     
  8. Doing in MW is indeed timesaver. Looks yummy and very tempting.

     
  9. I had hear the name never seen it! Wowww! Its surely worth giving a try! Thks so much 4 sharing !!

     
  10. I too love bengali sweets. I should give this one try. Looks mouthwatering.

     
  11. srikars kitchen

    Simple & delicious.. looks yummy & mouthwatering…nice entry..thxs for sharing..

     
  12. Iam drooling over. Looks yummmmmmmmmy.

     
  13. yummy yummy .. iam a sucker for bengali sweets .. this one is delish

     
  14. Bhappa doi looks really divine and quick to make.
    Thanks for sharing

     
  15. I love Bengali sweets…bookmarked this one…looks fantastic 🙂

     
  16. I love milky sweets.. this sounds so simple & yummy.

     
  17. I love bengali sweet curds. I didnt know it was so simple to make. Thanks for sharing, yours looks great.

     
  18. Here my hubby and daughter love bengali sweets, should make this for them.

     
  19. super sowmya….new recipe to me…liked the name 🙂

     
  20. wow such a simple and quick dessert.. will try it today.

     
  21. vow looks yummy…..very less items …..need to try it…

     
  22. Wow,this is such an easy recipe..n sounds yummy too…

     
  23. Wow so easy…Thanks Sowmi for sharing this recipe

     
  24. wow! it looks inviting and delicious!

     

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