Sunday, November 30, 2008

RASMALAI

RM2#Day 30


Ingredients

Milk - 6 pints (Pint - 568 ml)

Sugar - 2 cups

Saffron - a pinch

Cashewnuts - 10 ea (sliced)

Almonds - 10 (sliced)

Lemon juice - 1 ea

Method:

Separate 3 pints of milk & make paneer out of it. Do not allow it to set. leave it in a crumbly texture & knead it well.

Make it into equal rounds & flatten it.

Make a sugar syrup with 4 cups of water & 1 cup of sugar.


Allow it to boil to make a syrup & add the flattened paneer to it. allow it to cook in the syrup for 5 min & remove. chill it in cold water & avoid overcooking.

On the other hand simmer the other 3 pints of milk & allow it to be reduced to half its quantity.


Add saffron to the simmering milk & add the rest of the sugar to the reduced milk.It is called as Rabdi.

Drop the paneer in the rabdi & chill it garnished with sliced cashewnuts & almonds.

Serve chilled.



RM Runners :-
1)
DK 2) Siri3) Srivalli4) Ranji5)PJ6)Curry Leaf7)Medha8)Bhawna9)Raaji10)Ruchii11)Anu 12)kamala 13)Roopa14)Divya Kudua15)Rekha16)Divya M17)Lakshmi 18Raaga19)Lakshmi Venkatesh 20)priya 21)Viji 22)kamalika 23)pavani 24)Karuna 25)Roochi

25 comments:

  1. rasmalai looks great sripriya.. nan ricotta cheese a bake panni panniruken.. indha method pannadhilai. there is another short cut method using readymade rasgullas..

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  2. That looks perfect..will try it sometime.

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  3. Delicious Sri...i love rasmalai..wish i have them rite now..

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  4. rasamali looks delicious.... please i wanted take it.....

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  5. Lovely color. Looks yummy and delicious.

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  6. I love rasmalai,I have made this using rasgullas,but never tried like this,looks mouth watering Sripriya!

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  7. thnks for the step by step recipe....looks real yum,...

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  8. Yummy for tummy recipe. Looks simple by the pics. Need to try someday. Bookmarked. With those nuts and all looks die for.

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  9. I made the semi-homemade version with ready made rasgullas last week! The sweet worth all the sweat! Lovely.

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  10. Looks beautiful and delicious.
    My hubby and daughter love these. I think i should make this once and make them really happy.

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  11. looks soo yumm .. i love Rasmalai

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  12. ooh, what a delicious rasmalai! Love it!

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  13. Mmm yummy....the rasmalai looks awesome :-)

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  14. this rasmalai looks yumm. Have tried making rasogollas before however, after they are boiled in the sugar syrup they r still hard unlike the soft and spongy ones in the sweet shops here. Will try ur rasmalai. Will let u know how it turned out. Thks for sharing the recipe.

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  15. Rasamalai is my favourite... Looks awesome! Congrats on completing the RM.

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  16. I made it once right from the scratch.....they took me a long time..from then on i just bought canned rasgullas and make rasmlai..like the colr

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  17. ooh..it my favt i love it very much sripriya..its mouthwatering me...i have bookmarked it..

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  18. Its my and my gals favrt... looks so yum jus cant control, i want it imdtly dear......

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  19. This looks awesome and is my favorite :)

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  20. yippeee...I am gr8 fan of rasmalai..it looks yumm :)

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  21. That looks so lovely Sropriya..mouthwatering

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  22. hi sri... small gift for u. see in my blog- awards. This is for ur yummy rasamalai :)

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