Friday, December 13, 2013

Bengali Food Recipe: Rasmalai

Chilled rasmalai is the hearty dessert of everyone with pistachio sprinkles. Its a bengali food. Often people get scared to make rasmalai at home and they prefer ready made rasmalai which is more expensive for large batch as compare to homemade rasmalai. I learnt this rasmalai from my mum and my rasmalai is always hit. So go ahead and follow instructions carefully to get soft spongy rasmalai.

Need:
  • =Milk powder 1 cup (Nido or any full cream powder milk)
  • =Oil 2 tbsp
  • =Soda 1/8 tsp
  • =Egg 1
  • =Ingredients For Milk Syrup:
  • =Fresh milk 1-1/2 kg
  • =Sugar 6 tbsp or to taste
  • =Green cardamom 2,3
  • =For Garnishing:
  • =Pistachio12(finely diced)
  • =Silver leaves 2 (optional) 

    Making Process To Rasmalai

  •  =For Milk Syrup: Boil milk, add cardamoms cook on low flame until reduced to 1 kg turn the flame lower and make rasmalai balls.

    =For Rasmalai: In a large bowl add powdered milk with soda bicarb mix slightly by spoon.

    =Now add oil and mix by hand, add half egg and knead add more egg until get smooth dough.

    =Now make approx 10-11 balls quickly.

    =High the flame of milk and add all balls let cook to rise.

    =Keep the flame high to low and low to high till balls rises for 4-5 minutes.

    =Let cool and dish out rasmalai sprinkle pistachio and decorate with silver paper.

    =Refrigerate for 6-7 hours and serve chilled.

    =Tip: Avoid airy place while kneading dough otherwise dough will become dry and hard.

    =Immedietly add rasmalai balls into milk.

    =Do not put rasmalai balls on colored plastic or on news paper etc to avoid color change.
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1 comment:

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