Festival Sweet Recipe - Soft and Creamy Rasmalai
When we move from Bhubaneswar to Cuttack on the highway, sweet stalls are seen on either sides of the highway. Rasgulla of this region is very famous. People here are busy making rasgulla in large quantities to meet the demand of the travellers. Hope that most of the readers will be familiar with rasgulla, here is another variety of sweet, made with similar ingredients. This sweet is rasmalai.
Rasmalai is combination of two words, ras meaning the syrup and malai meaning the cream. Here syrup means sugar syrup which is of course sweet in taste. And the cream mix the sweet yummy and creamy in colour. It is is a premium sweet it which is easy to make and nutritious to health. It is a good to eat fresh sweet and has a shelf life of one day and a room temperature and environment. It can be refrigerated upto a week.
In this festival season, it would be nice to prepare some rasmalai and share with friends and family. This sweet item is not too strong and not too light and therefore it will be released well during the festival season. Having some sweets will give you energy to be active and enjoy the festival. Natural ingredients will make you happy without any harm.
- 3 numbers lemons
- 1 and a half liter milk, with cream
- One and half a cup sugar
- 2 to 4 numbers kesar
- Half a cup condensed milk
- Some bits of dry fruits
- 1 gram cardamom
Boil 1 litre milk and add lemon till the milk forms lumps.
Now decant the water with a cloth and tie the paneer tight for half an hour.
Now knead it well to make balls
Slightly press the balls.
Add one cup sugar to one and half cup water and boil.
Boil the rest milk and reduce the flame.
Now add the condensed milk sugar and Kesar milk to it and mix well till the mixture becomes a bit thick in low flame. Mix dry fruits and off the flame.
Now add the paneer balls to it.
And boil it for 5 minutes.
Now remove balls from the syrup and gently press to remove the excess syrup.
Now add balls to the prepared malai.
Keep aside for 15minutes.
Tasty and homemade Rasmalai is ready to eat.
There is no doubt, those who taste it, will demand more. It is a mouthwatering, memorable desert for every special occassion.
|Serving size: 80 g single serving|
|Calories from Fat||72|
|% Daily Value *|
|Fat 8 g||12%|
|Saturated fat 6 g||30%|
|Unsaturated fat 2 g|
|Carbohydrates 18 g||6%|
|Sugar 14 g|
|Protein 10 g||20%|
|Cholesterol 25 mg||8%|
|Sodium 40 mg||2%|
|* The Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet, so your values may change depending on your calorie needs. The values here may not be 100% accurate because the recipes have not been professionally evaluated nor have they been evaluated by the U.S. FDA.|
This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.
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