Sunday, August 05, 2012

How to make Rasmalai from Rasgulla at home / Step by Step Recipe :




     


Rasmalai:


Rasmalai is one of the well known Indian dessert, loved by everyone..!

The recipe consists of preparing soft paneer balls ( Rasgullas ) and immersed in sweet flavored creamy milk..! 


It tastes best after refrigerating and served chilled..!!











Lets see the easy to follow recipe of  healthy  &  rich  Indian  delicacy  Rasmalai  :)






Ingredients:


A.To make Paneer:


·   Whole milk                    - 1 l
·   Lemon juice                  - 2 to 3 tsp




B.To prepare Creamy Syrup:


·   Whole milk                    - 1 l
·   Sugar                           - ½ cup
·   Saffron                          - few strands
·   Cardamom pwd             - ¼ tsp




C.To Make Rasmalai:








·   Sugar                           - 2 cups
·   Water                            - 3 cups
·   Almonds & Pistachios for garnishing







Method:










A.To make Paneer:









1. Take whole milk in a heavy bottomed vessel.
2. Boil over medium high heat , stiiring frequently ( take care the milk doesn’t get sticked to the bottom )









3. As the milk comes to boil, add the lemon juice dropwise and stir the milk gently.
4. You can see the milk curdles and the green whey water separates out.











5. Turn off the heat.


6. Drain the whey using a strainer lined with cheese cloth or thin muslin cloth.


7. Rinse the strained paneer under cold water and squeeze well. ( this is to remove the sourness from the lemon )


8. Squeeze the cloth and hang it for 30 minutes.










9. Now take the paneer in the bowl.


10. Spread it to fine shreds.










11.  Knead it for 5 to 7 minutes and make soft smooth dough out of it.










12.  Divide the dough into small equal sized balls.







B .To prepare creamy syrup for Rasmalai:









1. Take the milk in a heavy bottomed pan.



2. Boil the milk in medium high heat, with stirring.










3. Simmer it and allow to boil, till the milk reduces half of its content.

4. Add sugar and stir well.









5. Add crushed saffron and cardamom pwd.











6. Turn off flame , once the milk attains creamy consistency with rich flavor.







To Prepare Rasmalai, Rasgullas have to be prepared first:









C.  Lets see the yummy recipe to make Rasgulla out of Paneer balls:





1. Take the paneer balls and flatten it gently to patty shape.











2. Mix the sugar and water in a pressure cooker on medium high heat and bring to a boil.




3. Now add the paneer balls and close the pressure cooker.










4. Pressure cook for one whistle and simmer for 4 to 5 mins.



5. Wait till the pressure goes off and open the lid.



6. You can see the rasgulla patties, have expanded to double in size.











7. Transfer to a serving bowl.












8. Yummy Rasgullas are ready..!







Now to prepare Rasmalai from Rasgullas:








1. Allow the Rasgullas to cool in the syrup.


2. Take them out from the syrup and squeeze them lightly and keep aside.


3. Add this squeezed patties to the creamy syrup prepared.











4. Let it cook for few minutes.

5. Turn off heat.

6. Allow to cool.












7. Garnish with sliced almonds and pistachios.













8. Enjoy chilled.











9. Healthy and rich Indian dessert  Rasmalai  is ready to relish..:)


















 
Similar Recipes 




·       Basundi Sweet
·       Rasgulla Delicacy
·       Paneer Jamoon
·       Kala Jamoon  &  Gulab Jamoon





76 comments:

  1. Looks so good Jay. Super tempting pics and stepwise pictures really helps. Happy Friendship Day to you !!

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  2. These look so tempting.I want this right now:(

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  3. I would like to try that, I will let you know haw its turn out in my kitchen
    Andreja

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  4. wow.. excellent... great clicks..

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  5. Superb & delicious
    http://shwetainthekitchen.blogspot.com/

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  6. Looks a little bit like Floating Island, although of course it's a quite different dessert. It looks so interesting and must be great tasting - terrific job. Thank you.

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  7. thanks jay for step by step...its easy to follow...as usual pics are awsome and mouthwateing dessert...

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  8. Wow Jay, such detailed instructions!! Its work of such a patient cook, awesome job!

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  9. Looks very tempting n delicious

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  10. well explained and looks delicious

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  11. Rasmalai looks super delicious. irresistible.

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  12. Super delicious jey, step wise pic makes it easier.

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  13. Lovely lovely sweetening post... Thanks Jay !
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  14. lovely presentation and the clicks are awesome.

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  15. Amamzing work Jay.they are too tempting to resist !

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  16. wow jay asaththitingka....
    looks yummy

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  17. Mouth watering ....I love Rasmalai
    Thanks for sharing the recipe :-)

    shrutirasoi

    Today's Recipe
    Hot Chocolate Sauce

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  18. The yellowish balls look so cute and sweet.

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  19. yummy yummy. my favorite rasmalai...good job Jay. Appreciate your love for sharing recipes step by step. I know thats putting yourself into more work.

    Home Made Recipes

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  20. wow... Jay my most favorite one... try to grab this...
    VIRUNTHU UNNA VAANGA

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  21. Thks for sharing this wonderful dessert! I like the nuts added into it, giving it some crunch :)

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  22. would like to grab those :)

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  23. Yummy rasmalais...one of my favorite dessert..thanks for the detailed explanation..

    anshu-mymomsrecipes.blogspot.com

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  24. delicious dear!! inviting you tp join Fast food- Noodles http://www.easy2cookrecipes.blogspot.co.uk/2012/08/re-announcing-fast-food-event-series.html

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  25. Thank you so much for your wishes & wonderful comments..
    I really appreciate that..:)

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  26. Great tutorial on making rasmalai. I loved your presentation and stepwise recipe.
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  27. Looks mouthwatering , Jay !

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  28. Im salivating here..Creamy & mouthwatering rasmalai..
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  29. Wow, perfect rasmalai! Looks really inviting..

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  30. so soft and delicious..clicks are very tempting!

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  31. My fav ...drooling here

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  32. Wow.... Great post.... Pics are tempting to grab one
    At once... Keep it up Jay.....

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  33. Wow.... Great post.... Pics are tempting to grab one
    At once... Keep it up Jay.....

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  34. Wow, they look delicious, Jay!

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  35. am drooling over here..well explained!!

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  36. superb clicks!thanks for sharing the homemade rasmalai..

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  37. Looks absolutely delicious!!!!

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  38. omg....just drooling here.....delicious and lovely clicks:)

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  39. very tempting and delicious ... color of rasmalai is Awesome!!

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  40. wow, a superb post Jay, jus loved it :)

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  41. Excellent tutorial!!! This dessert is so creamy and very very tasty. Bookmarking.

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  42. Excellent tutorial!!! This dessert is so creamy and very very tasty. Bookmarking.

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  43. Una gran receta digna de preparar un postre suave y delicioso,hugs,hugs.

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  44. Jay! interesting dessert...would love to try this!

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  45. Looking very delicious...

    Event: Dish name starts with N

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  46. Looking very delicious...

    Event: Dish name starts with N

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  47. nice explanation..:)lovely clciks

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  48. looks gorgeous n love the color..

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  49. Hats off to u jay! ....looks too good to be true! ... I remember the time when I was stuck in Malaysia when I was pregnant and craving for rasamalai :( poor me!!

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  50. Oh my, looks delicious! :)

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  51. Thanks for taking time to do a step by step pictorial. It does make it more easy to follow.

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  52. this is my favourite sweet dish, i love it so much....i tried out egg masala from the recipes and it was so so delicious, thanks for sharing....love ur blog :)

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  54. I always love the detailed explanation of each and every step.love the way you present your recipe..Keep going...Belated Happy friendship day dear..Rasmalai looks so delicious..Jay..

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  55. WOW!!! What a detailed recipe. Looks delicious. Great work.

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  56. Craving for one now.. Yummy.

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  57. Such a patient pic-tutorial and you make it look so easy! The final pics are extremely beautiful and tempting!

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  58. hey Jay,

    your step by step recipe is terrific , m wanting to try it immediately, simply speechless by the end result

    http://nayanas-kitchen-kreations.blogspot.in/

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  59. Alas, I have no pressure cooker to make the Rasgullas. Any suggestions, Jay, how I can make these without one? What a delicious recipe!

    Keep writing...

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  60. Thanks for stopping by & valuable feedback...
    It really mean a lot to me..TQ..:)

    @ Kathleen Richardson : you can just drop the paneer patties in hot sugar syrup taken in a pan and cook them closed for 12 to 15 mins in low flame..:)
    do try & enjoy..!

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  61. wow.....clear step by step instructions. great collection. thanks for visiting my blog

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  62. ahhh..just now finished relishing rasmalai here but u make me want again..truly scrumptiouuuuus

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  63. Super Jay...love your clicks as always!
    my latest

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  64. Really it looks good.surely I will try it.thank u for giving such wonderful dish.

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  65. very very very nice recipe... very clearly given with nice pictures.. way to go

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  66. Hy Sharatha,
    Its a failproof recipe and with the detailed stepwise instruction along with pics is self explanatory by itself and many of them tried, have got perfect rasmalais.
    From your saying as rasgullas turned into palkova, then the mistake should be in the consistency of the paneer. The prepared paneer shouldn't be watery and should be knead to smooth soft dough. On pressure cooking these paneer balls, it would come perfect rasgullas.
    good luck.

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