Nowadays my daughter decides the menu what I have to cook for her. She has her breakfast and lunch at school. But the evening snack and the dinner should be after her choice. No need to say, in the holidays, she will start her choice, right from the scratch, deciding her breakfast. And I would always respect her choice, unless and until it’s not OKAY with me, to avoid the hassling situation. So a few days ago suddenly her sweet craving forced me to make the Bhapa Sandesh.
Bhapa Sandesh is one of the famous Bengali sweets which is available in all the sweet stores in Bengal at any time. Bhapa, a Bengali word, means Steamed and Sandesh is a dry sweet, mainly made out of Chhana or Khowa in Bengal. I am not sure from where it originated and how originally it gets cooked. But as the name denotes it’s made using the steaming mode. And we the new generation always love to take the advantage to give anything an easy option and a short time taking version. So here is our version how we make Bhapa Sandesh with the minimum ingredients and shedding less energy at the same time.