- Langcha is a Bengali sweet, originated in Shaktigarh, in the Burdwan district of West Bengal. Shaktigarh’s langcha is so popular in Bengal. This is made of cottage cheese ( chhana), khoya and flour. Though the Langcha from Shaktigarh is the signature brand, but available all over the state in every sweet shops in West Bengal.You can say Langcha and Pantua are siblings, only different in shape. Pantua is round shape whereas Langcha is of cylindrical shape. Both are deep-fried, cardamom flavored, soaked in sugar syrup.The origin of the delicacy is said to be in the towns of Burdwan, in West Bengal, India. The genesis of lyangcha actually goes back to a sweet maker in Burdwan (a district in West Bengal) who used to make Pantua (fried sweetmeat made of flour and milk solids dipped in sugar syrup) of huge sizes. Lyangcha – a sweetmeat in popular parlance – was created by the sweet makers of the region in Bengal.
Vegetarian : Yes
Shelf Life : 15 day(s)
Ingredients:cottage cheese ( chhana), khoya and flour.
Packaging : Special care is taken to package this product in a secure cardboard box that ensures safe delivery from the producer direct to your doorstep.
Shipping Mode : Delivered in 120 Mins in Hyderabad and Secunderabad. Orders are not dispatched only in case of unforeseen events.