Rasmalai

 Ras malai / Rosh malai is also a Bengali sweet made of purely milk and nothing but milk. I made this last day and VJ said "delicious" after he took his first bite. Yes, it was yummy and delicious and also felt bad for making so little.Next time I'll make more so that I could keep for at least a week.I suggest my friends to try this sweet for the upcoming Deewali, though it's a time consuming process. So, what  snacks/sweets r u guys making for this year ? I see, all bloggers are busy posting sweets/savories and my Fb page is loaded with all my favorites. Of course, yeah, am loving it. Clicking,editing and posting is still a painful task for me but I've to do this till Deewali, may be, later on some rest..I hope :)

  
Ingredients:
  • Rasagulla
  • Milk cream flavored with cardamom, we need 
          Milk -- 1L
         Cardamom powder -- a pinch 
         Sugar -- 1/3 cup or to taste
         Pistachios -- crushed to powder and bits
  Method :
  • To make Rasagulla check my old post on Rasagulla. Just make sure to double/triple the ingredients given there to make large quantities.
  • In the meantime,boil the milk over medium low flame until the quantity reduces to half and slightly thick. This would take 25 to 30 minutes if u keep in medium low flame.
  • Add the sugar and stir well. Let it boil for a couple of more minutes.Now add the cardamom powder and mix well.
  • Slightly squeeze out the syrup from the rasagulla one by one and place it on a tray.
  • Add the squeezed rasagulla one by one slowly to the thickened milk.
  • Combine well and let them cook for 4 to 5 minutes undisturbed in medium low flame.
  • Remove the Ras malai from the heat and later on transfer the sweet to the serving tray when cooled.
  • Garnish/Sprinkle the Ras malai with the pistachios and cool it in the refrigerator for minimun 15 minutes.
  • Serve chilled.
Notes/Suggestions:
  • Ras malai / Rosh malai should be juicy and it should melt in ur mouth when u take a bite.
  • Do not squeeze all the syrup from the Rasagulla's when adding to the milk, just squeeze a little.
  •  Do not forget to double/triple the ingredients while making paneer.
Cheers,
Shanavi



11 comments:

  1. I love this very much...loving that oval shaped floral plate..looks delicious

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  2. yummy dessert! low calorie too
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  3. Who will say no to rasmalai, irresistible sweets, pictures itself killing me.

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  4. wow..Yummy and tempting Rasamalais...Love it so much...Pass me some here too...

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  5. OMG!!! Looks soooo....good!!!

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  6. Creamy and looks so divine,wish I could taste some right now..

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  7. So tempting and delicious sweet !!!!

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  8. feel like grabbing whole plate..Super delicious Sho..Kudos to your hard work dear..

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  9. wow dear thats yummy rasmalai,luks too gud...

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  10. This is one of my favorite dessert. Looks yummy!!
    First time here.. following you.. :)

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  11. I love Rasmalayi. Just made it last yesterday and had a disaster. Yours look amazing..

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