Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Rasmalai

Hope everyone had a great start for the month April and are looking forward for another beautiful month. Here this part of world is still cold and windy though I see a small change in the ice that covered the lake...hmmm ya its slightly melting giving way to the hidden water to reflect the sky...To boost up the mood with climate made some sweet treat and ya sweet does wonders..:)



Rasgullas-10  nos(I made at home)
Sugar syrup of rasgullas-3/4 cup
Milk-2 1/2 cup
Milk maid/condensed milk-2 tbsp(optional)
Saffron- a pinch mixed with warm milk.
cardamom seeds-1/4 tsp(crushed)
Pista-2 tbsp
Nuts for garnish(I used pistas)

Method of Preparation:
1. Squeeze the liquid out of rasgulla and flatten it a bit while squeezing. Set aside.
2. Boil milk with condensed milk(if using) and cook it till it turns thick and to half. Then add sugar syrup and cook for some more time say about 15 minutes.
3. Add the nuts, saffron,cardamom and cook for few more minutes.
4. Add the flattened rasgullas to it and cook for 5 more minutes on low so that it absorbs the milk mixture.
5. Turn off the heat and chill the mixture and serve with additional nuts.

Notes:
1. You can increase the amount of condensed milk and reduce the sugar syrup. This helps the milk to thicken fast and reduces the cooking time.





37 comments:

  1. Looks so creamy and top of all totally mouth watering clicks Reshmi!!!

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  2. Oh! droolworthy and mouthwatering rasmalai

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  3. This is my favorite dessert.. Looks so delicious. Beautiful clicks da as always.. :)

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  4. Oops,you are breaking my heart showing this..I am hungry than ever Reshmi !

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  5. Looks divine,makes me drool..love the clicks Reshmi

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  6. They look so yum....soft and delciate :) :)

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  7. Was soooo happy to see your rasmalai post...we recently had a party and had served restaurant bought rasmalai and the guests were raving about it...
    I was looking for a good homemade recipe!
    thank u dear :-)

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  8. delicious rasmalai..loved the tempting clicks!

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  9. Looks so good - I love Rasmalai - Nice clicks :)

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  10. my favorite. your looks very good!

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  11. look really tempting , i'm drooling

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  12. Oh this looks super..btw loved ur thuni..adipoli.

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  13. looks so yummy and creamy.. perfect start for the week

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  14. OMG!!! Its so gorgeous, the pictures and the outcome. I am drooling at this dessert and love it so much.

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  15. Delicious rasamalai Love it Reshmi.

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  16. Looks so creamy n delicious....

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  17. Would love to have the rasgulla and the rasmalai. I think they are the best desserts that god allowed man to create. They look delicious.

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  18. Wow ! Perfectly done... Love the small cute serveware !
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  19. awesome clicks and yummy loking dessert! first tiem here..nice space..

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  20. Lovely snaps.. Love this sweet treat!!!

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  21. Loved the way this yummy desert is presented..love your bowls

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  22. Super tempting rasmalais,it has been a long time since i had this

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  23. Rasmalai looks absolutely divine, never get bored of this luscious bengali sweet.

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  24. looks yummy...
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  25. Rasmalai is our family favorite...Looks very delicious Reshmi

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  26. Wow looks picture perfect... i have also tried the rabri sauce with condensed milk... so yummy!!!
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  28. This is my fav one...looks so so beautiful.....

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  30. Very tasty luking rasamalai recipe and nice post.

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  31. Wonderful rasmalai....love your blog...so happy to follow you!

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