Rasmalai
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Published Dec 7, 2007 Cooking Time 1 hour
Recipe Type Desserts/Sweets Preparation Time 30 min
Ingredient Milk Standing Time 1 hour
Description: Ras Malai or Rosh malai (Bengal sweet dessert originating in India). Is served after a meal. The name Ras Malai comes from two parts in Hindi: "Ras" meaning "juice/juicy" and "Malai", meaning "cream".Ras Malai consists of sugary white, cream or yellow coloured balls (or flattened balls) of paneer soaked in malai (clotted cream) flavoured with cardamom.

Recipe of Rasmalai

Ingredient Name Quantity Unit
Blanched Almonds, Thinly Cut Into Slivers 5-6 Numbers
Green Cardamom Seed Powder Or A Little Rose Essence 1 Teaspoons
Sugar For Rabadi 4 Tablespoons
Milk For Making ?rabri? 1000 ml
Water 6 Cup
Sugar 1 Cup
Soft Paneer Made From Milk 1000 ml

Directions

  1. Make paneer as instructed, hang in muslin for 1 hour, but do not press it.
  2. Boil water and 1 cup of sugar and 6 cups of water  in a deep vessel  until it boils vigoruslyKnead paneer until very smoothwith in the cloth . Make into walnut sized balls, flattening them a little, like a ‘peda’ or a small burger.
  3. add to boiling warter/sugar water.and boil at high flame and the rasgullas will be ready in 10 min 
  4. Remove and let it sit in some of same syrup till it cools down sqeeze out the water and soak in rabadi.serve garnished with flakes of almonds.
Posted Dec 7, 2007

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5 Comments

rizwana Jul 27, 2012
the rusamalai was very nice

Rajam Nov 7, 2011
Hi Chef.. I love all your recipes and i'm a big fan of you. You have inspired me a lot in cooking. This rasamalai is awesome and mouth watery. I have just one doubt. when i added lemon juice to milk the paneer smelled with lime essence. what shud i do to avoid it?

Naga Oct 23, 2011
Hi, I tried this recipe for Rasgolla and the recipe looked like it turned out well as the size of Rasgolla was doubled for which I was very happy but the rasgolla are like pieces of rubber to eat. where do you think I would have gone wrong? Please revert.

sara Mar 13, 2011
Awesome recipe...I tried it & it turned out to be a wonderful dessert...

saritha Feb 1, 2011
sir, i have seen your receipe of rasmalai but one thing i had not understand when you put rasmali in boiling water & you took out after 5-6 minutes what you have done with boil water

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