Rasgulla is known as "King of sweets" in Indian traditions. There are soft and spongy balls made of fresh paneer and dipped in sugar syrup. You just cannot have only one!
This favourite Indian desert comes from the eastern state of India called West Bengal where it is most often served during festivals and gatherings. People enjoy eating the whole rasogolla in their mouth in one go which is a bit of a mouthful but incredibly fun to experience the sweet juices burst in your mouth.