Easy Rasmalai Recipe (with store bought Rasgullas)

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Rasmalai is a popular Bengali sweet made of rasgullas (spongy cottage cheese) soaked in thickened and sweetened milk. This recipe I am sharing is easy made with store bought rasgullas. 

Ingredients:

Preparing Time: 5-10 minutes | Cook Time: 50 minutes | Serves: 4-5
  1. 12 Rasgullas ( homemade or store bought)
  2. 4 cups Whole Milk
  3. 1/2 cup Sugar
  4. 5-10 Almonds Blanched 
  5. 15-10 Pistachios Blanched 
  6. 1/2 tsp Cardamom Powder 
  7. 8 Saffron Strands


Method:



  • Take milk in a heavy bottomed pan.
  • Heat the milk and bring it to boil on medium flame.


  • Meanwhile take each rasgulla and with a spatula apply pressure to squeeze the sugar syrup from it.
  • If not take the Rasgulla into your palm and squeeze them gently to remove the sugar syrup from it. (Make sure not to apply too much pressure, as the Rasgulla will break)
  • Set aside. (There should be no sugar syrup in the rasgullas)


  • Take 2 tbsp milk from the pan which is put on medium flame to boil into a small bowl.
  • Then add 8 saffron stands to it, stir and set aside.


  • Once the milk has come to boil, lower the flame and simmer the milk.
  • Collect the cream floating on top with a spatula and bring it to sides.
  • Continue to cook until the milk is reduced to half.
  • This process of reducing milk will take around 25-30 minutes.
  • Once it's reduced to half add sugar.
  • Stir well until the sugar dissolves completely.
  • Then add the saffron dissolved in milk.


  • Also add the cardamom powder.
  • Stir again and simmer for another 5-10 minutes.
  • Now place the Rasgullas in the simmering milk.
  • Again simmer for 4-5 minutes.
  • Switch off the flame and let the rasmalai come to room temperature.
  • Then chill at least for an hour in the refrigerator.
  • Serve rasmalai garnished with almonds and pistachios.


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10 comments

  1. i've never had anything like this before. the flavors sound incredible!

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  2. This dish sounds do delicious. It sure is a unique dish that has ingredients in it that are new to me.

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  3. This is actually the first time I heard about Rasmalai and it sounds really yummy. Thanks for sharing this recipe. I’ll ask my mom if she can make this for me.

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  4. I haven't heard of this before, but it looks really delicious! Thank you for sharing this recipe!

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  5. There are so many tasty ethnic dishes that I do not even know ... that intrigue me! Yummy! I have to try!

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  6. Oh wow! I never heard of rasgulla before so I had to go and look it up. It is possible that I have seen these in my local Asian supermarket but never knew what they were. Nonetheless this looks so yummy.

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  7. I've never heard of Rasmalai before. It sounds and looks delicious! Thanks for sharing!

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  8. My first time hearing of Rasmalai or rasgulla. I thought it was a cheesy grit at first, but read that it's a dessert (well, at least it's sweet). I'm not a cottage cheese fan, but I'd give it a try.

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  9. I've never heard of Rasmalai before! So glad you've created a blog post to let us know about it. These flavors sound delicious! I'll have to try it sometime!

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  10. The Rasmalai must be so yummy when chilled...I think I'd just munch it when chilled. Although I'm only hearing about it now.

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