Monday, May 16, 2011

RASMALAI RECIPE | RASMALAI | EASY SWEET RECIPE

       Rasmalai  I  tried first time during my son’s birthday and it was a super hit . I have seen this recipe in Priya's blog  and Raks also inspired me to make this .
After tasting this, many of my friends in my apartment tried this and they were insisting me to post this recipe in my blog also ,  and here comes the recipe for rasamalai.
I made with the Haldiram’s instant rasgulla. If you want to make rasugullas at home click here for the recipe.
      Rasmalai 2

INGREDIENTS:
RASGULLAS 15 NO.(1 TIN)
FULL CREAM MILK 1 LITRE
CONDENSED MILK 1 TIN
EVAPORATED MILK 1 TIN
GRATED BADAM 2 TBLSP
SAFFRON FEW STRANDS
ELACHI A PINCH(OPTIONAL)
PISTA FEW(FINELY CHOPPED)

Easy rasmalai
METHOD:
  • Boil the milk and when it becomes warm take out 3 tblsp of milk and soak  the saffron in that milk.
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  • Boil the remaining milk for 15 minutes.
  • After 15 minutes  add  the condensed milk.
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  • Add the evaporated milk and the saffron soaked milk.
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  • Keep the flame very low and stir continuously.
  • Open the rasgulla tin and gently squeeze the rasgullas and dip it in the hot milk.
  • Switch off the flame.
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  • Grate the badam and finely chop the pista(i didn’t use since i don’t have this time).
  • Add this to the rasmalai.
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  • When it is cool, keep it in the fridge and serve chilled.Rasmalai

Note:
  1. While squeezing the rasgullas keep it between your palms and gently squeeze it.
  2. If you squeeze it very hard, after you put it in milk, it will get break.
  

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55 comments:

  1. Looks so awesome n tempting ....wonderful Jey ..

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  2. Yummy presentation and looks perfectly done. The pics are way too tempting that I want to take one from the screen :)

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  3. Looks gorgeous...it would have been a sure hit with your friends...beautiful pics.

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  4. Love rasmalai n they look damn tempting...send me some..:)

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  5. ஒரே மவுத் வாட்டரிங் ஆயிடுத்து அக்கா! வெறும் ஹால்டிராம் ரசகுல்லாவையே பகவத்ப்ரசாதம் மாதிரி சாப்பிடும் தக்குடு மாதிரி ஆட்களுக்கு ரஸ்மலாய் வரப்ரசாதம் தான்.

    Note - அப்பார்ட்மென்ட்ல எல்லாரும் செளக்கியமா இருக்காளா??..:PP

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  6. So yummy Jeyashri. Lovely clicks as well.

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  7. wow..they look so tempting..love them..

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  8. Wow,yummy!! The first click showing the cooling effect,woow,wish I could take two :) Wonderful clicks!

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  9. Yummy. Looks refreshing and cooool for this summer. Luv to have it.

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  10. wow yummmy so rich and delicious Jaishree...I am sure everyone loved it :)

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  11. interesting....lovely rasamalais.....when i come to chennai will surely visit ur place...hope u serve rasamalais for me.. hehee...

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  12. Yummy....Mouthwatering Rasmalais

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  13. ice cream cup super aa irukke, yaarodathu? ;) just kidding :) if we are going to get this rasmalai when we meet next time, i am in!!

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  14. thats exactly how i make this when am lazy. love the pictorial.

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  15. @nags, this is a silver bowl and of course that is not mine . when i am blessed with so many nice friends why to worry.:)

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  16. Love this sweet treat... Superb presentation :)
    Reva

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  17. Delicious presentation :) Ras malai is my all time favorite :) Yummy and simple shortcut to make them :)

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  18. hey you have succeeded in tempting me with your ras malai pictures . Very nice presentation

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  19. This is one desserrt that never gets old ~ timeless classic! Perfectly recreated :)
    US Masala

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  20. Excellent presentation....looks super delicious...

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  21. Omg, i want to finish that whole bowl,truly irresistible and inviting..

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  22. Wow tempting and delicious,looks so inviting.

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  23. Rich, delicious and creamy dessert... Perfect dear...

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  24. Love the rasmalai...Looks so tempting...

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  25. drooling..........love it..love that bowl:P

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  26. So creamy and delicious!

    http://treatntrick.blogspot.com

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  27. Looking delicious.. mouthwatering clicks :)

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  28. Oozing richness! wow that's easier too!

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  29. Wish I could eat it right off the screen.Yummy..

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  30. yummilicious .. I love ras malai

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  31. wow akka i just love it looks yummy,tempting to eat

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  32. hi jeyashri .....
    i love rasmalai...very much.....great presentation....ur recipes are awesome..i'm happy follower of ur blog now....u hav got a very wonderful space plz come and visit my blog when time permits....
    Deepthi
    http://deepthidigvijay.blogspot.com/

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  33. Wow so yummy rasmalai...lovely presentation.

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  34. I would love to try this! It's really beautiful and so elegant...it would be perfect for a special occasion!

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  35. yum yum rasmalai!!first time here..lovely blog!!
    visit my blog when time permits
    http://juls-tryntaste.blogspot.com/

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  36. deliciously done desserts looks wonderful

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  37. Wow..Rasmalai looks so yummy!! Loved the clicks too

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  38. Oh wow, I'm totally loving the chilled bowl and the creamy ras malai in it. The pics are way too tempting!!

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  39. bookmarked..def gonna try ...thanks for the inspiring presentation..:P

    Tasty Appetite
    Event: Letz Relishh Ice Creams

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  40. My favorite sweet, bookmarked this, want try early..

    First time here, you have a wonderful space, glad to follow you..

    Stop by mine if you find time.

    Prathima
    http://tastyvantalu.blogspot.com/

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  41. Never tasted canned sweets yet! Easy way to make delicious ras-malai!

    Clicks are making me drool! Good job Jeyasri! :)

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  42. Looks divine..wonderful clicks and explanations..glad to follow u :)

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  43. Iam also in for the next meet if rasmalai is ther...Really tempting clicks and u have done it perfectly...

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  44. Great idea using rasagulla for rasmalai. i generally make panner and do rasmalai.. pictures looks delishhhh... parthale sapidanum pola irrukku.

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  45. hello jeyashree ma'am.. this above recipe is great.. one request from me is that, can u post an authentic recipe for godhumai halwa( extracting the milk from wheat grains method )? :0

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    1. Will try to post it for sure.Thanks for the feedback

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  46. A great combination this is!! Love that she's so smart about food early on!
    Thank you very much!
    Sound’s good for this post.


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  47. Hi Jeyashri. .. As always a yummy and mouth watering....

    Should I squeeze out all the rass gently out of rasgolla before I dip them into the milk??

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    1. Yes you can squeeze it out. I mentioned in the post

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  48. Hi..........
    I dint get evaporated milk in my area, wt shd i do???????????

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    1. No worries, just add condensed milk only, It will taste good

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