- Bebinca, Boll, Dodol and Dosh
Traditional Goan sweets are a part of the daily Goan diet. These sweets, as detailed below, usually have coconut in common but depending on how the coconut is used, the other ingredients and the method of preparation, the outcomes range from the cookie-like boll to the layered cake bebinka to a pudding called dodol. Then there are bakeries that try and add their own variations, like Jackris Bakery in Margao that makes a papaya dosh.
Look up the history, locations, best-selling items and contact details for each of these bakeries in the links below.
La Confiserie Bakery Snow's Bakery Jackris BakeryDom Pedros Agnello Bakery Anjona Bakery
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