Langcha, lemcha (Bangladeshi)

flour, milk powder, soda, sugar, ghee, cardamom

Lyangcha or Langcha or Lemcha is a Bangladeshi-Indian sweet dish. It is made from flour and milk powder by frying it and dipping it into sugar syrup for a long time. It is a very popular sweet in Bangladesh. It is similar to Kalo jam and Chom Chom.

Modified July 6, 2020

Created July 5, 2020 by: itisclaudio

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