Aflatoon is only sweet in Bangladesh which needs to bake. It's literally cake like sweet made with mawa, ghee, sugar, semolina and nutmeg (sometimes dry fruits raisin and pistachio). Instead of mawa I used milk powder here to make easier. Pure ghee is must ingredient here which gives lots of flavour.
Bakorkhani (Bengali: , romanized: Bakorkhani) or baqarkhani, also known as bakar khani roti, is a thick, spiced flatbread that originated in modern-day Bangladesh during the Mughal period. With roots in Old Dhaka, the bread has developed several regional variants throughout the Indian subcontinent.
Bakarkhani is made out of flour, oil, salt and sugar having a mixed flavour of sweet and salt. Dalda, ghee and cheese are also used to make bakarkhani. This snack is a very popular one among the people of Old Dhaka.
Bakorkhani Sweet : Bakarkhani is made out of flour, oil, salt and sugar having a mixed flavour of sweet and salt. Dalda, ghee and cheese are also used to make bakarkhani. This snack is a very popular one among the people of Old Dhaka.
Carrot halwa is pudding made with fresh carrots, milk, sugar, ghee & nuts. It is made by simmering grated carrots in full fat milk & then sweetened with sugar. It is flavored with cardamom powder & garnished with chopped nuts.
Carrot Sandesh : Carrot Sandesh. Carrot flavoured sweet with all the goodness of carrot, paneer or cottage cheese and evaporated/dried milk or khoya/mawa. Sandesh (Bengali: সন্দেশ Shôndesh) is a dessert, originating from the Bengal region in the eastern part of the Indian subcontinent, created with milk and sugar.
Sweet Sandesh : A Bengali dish is incomplete without that little sweet called ‘Sandesh’ or ‘Shondesh’. The history of Sandesh dates back to the Middle Ages and this sweet dish is mentioned in Bengali literature - 'Krittivasi Ramayana'. There are references to the songs and chants of Chaitanya Mahaprabhu. Okay, it was a little background about this popular dessert.