|Place of origin||India|
|Region or state||Calcutta, West Bengal|
|Created by||Nobin Chandra Das|
|Serving temperature||normal temperature|
Abar khabo was invented by Nobin Chandra Das when requested by the Maharani Swarnamoyee Devi of Cossimbazar to create a new kind of sweet. Upon eating the abar khabo the Maharani exclaimed "আবার খাবো" (Abar Khabo) which became its name.
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