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Rasmalai

rasmalai

Hello friends! Happy New Year to you. Beginning of this year, I think the best thing would be to share with you is a delicious sweet dish. Among the Bengali’s, Rasmalai is a very popular sweet, and it’s one of the favorite recipes of my mother in law and I learned this Rasmalai recipe from her and trying to share with you this sweet recipe, and I hope all you like it.

INGREDIENTS
  • Homemade Chenna – 110 grams (make chenna from 1 liter of milk)
  • Plain Flour (Maida) for dusting – 1 tbsp
  • Milk (for Malai) – 3 cups
  • Milk pd – 1 tbsp
  • Sugar (for making Syrup) – 2 cup
  • Sugar for Malai – ½ cup
  • Cardamom pd – ½ tsp
  • Green Pista Badam – 1 to 2

TIME REQUIRED : Less than 35 minutes

PROCEDURE

STEP 1

Mash the chenna (an Indian cottage cheese) or farmer’s cheese very well, and divide the chenna into equal pieces and make smooth balls or different shapes and put them on a maida dusted plate.

STEP 2

For preparing Malai boil milk with sugar, dried milk, and cardamom in a very medium flame. The milk should get reduced into 2 cups therefore the boiling will take about 25 to half-hour.

STEP 3

Heat sugar and water over low flame. As the sugar water boils, reduce the heat to a medium and drop the ready-made discs smoothly. See to it that the discs do not touch each other, and cover the dish and allow 10 minutes to cook.

STEP 4

Let the discs absorb milk and heat in the medium flame for approximately 4 to 5 minutes.

The day before, you can prepare it and keep it cool in the refrigerator.

*** You can also try this dessert as well Carrotkand***
Sweet Soma
She is passionate about cooking and homemaking. She actively writing nice recipes at FoodsFunda. The place where you learn to cook delicious food easily. Also, she write some experimental dishes very often.

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