Traditional Rasmalai 4 pcs

Rasmalai is my favorite Indian sweet by miles. As a kid I wasn’t very fond of sweets but Rasmalai was my absolute favorite. Maybe because it’s so delicious or maybe because we didn’t get to eat it that regularly compared to other sweets. Rasmalai is a royal sweet often served...
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Rasmalai is my favorite Indian sweet by miles. As a kid I wasn’t very fond of sweets but Rasmalai was my absolute favorite. Maybe because it’s so delicious or maybe because we didn’t get to eat it that regularly compared to other sweets. Rasmalai is a royal sweet often served in weddings and eaten on special occasions. There are two parts to Rasmalai – the rasmalai balls and the thickened milk.

Rasmalai balls: To make rasmalai balls the milk is first boiled and and then curdled by adding lemon juice or vinegar. After draining the water from the curdled milk, the protein that is left is called the “chena” or “paneer”. The chena is then mashed till it becomes smooth. Small balls are then made from that chena and dropped in boiling sugar syrup till cooked.

The thickened milk or the ras: The rasmalai balls are finally dipped in thickened milk and chilled before serving. To make the “ras” [syrup] full fat milk is boiled till it thickens slightly. It is then flavored with saffron and cardamom.Rasmalai or 'Rosomalai' (in bengali )is a very popular Bengali sweet, now it is also popular not only in India but also in Pakistan and Bangladesh. In Rasmalai, flat shaped spongy rasgullas or dumpling made with paneer or ricotta cheese is then soaked in sweet, thickened, chilled and saffron flavored milk. Traditional Rasmalai Recipe is an amazing recipe to indulge in this festive season to oomph the fervour of festive a notch higher!

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