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Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Easy Rasmalai Recipe - How to make rasmalai | Diwali Sweet Recipes

How to make rasmalai
This is the quick and easy rasmalai recipe when your homemade rasgullas are ready. Rasmalai is a rich indian delicacy, rasgullas in thickened milk with the slight flavour of sugar syrup and saffron topped with nuts...Its yum combo!! You can check the homemade rasgullas recipe , but you can use store bought ones too for making rasmalai. Do check out bread rasmalai recipe too.
Rasmalai Recipe

Rasmalai Recipe - Ingredients

Preparation Time : 40 mins | Cooking Time : 20 mins | Serves : 2
Recipe Category: Sidedish | Recipe Cuisine: North Indian

Rasgullas - 12 to 15
Milk - 3 cups
Condensed milk - 3 tbsp
Ghee - 1 tsp
Sugar - 1/2 cup
Chopped Nuts(pista,cashews and badam) - 3 tbsp
Saffron - 3 to 4 strands
Cardamom powder - 1/2 tsp (optional)

Method:

  1. Take a wide heavy bottomed vessel, grease it with little ghee and add condensed milk + milk. Bring to a boil and reduce to medium flame. Keep stirring till the milk starts thickening and reduced to half.Meanwhile take 2 tbsp of warm milk, add saffron strands and crush it well, keep aside.
    How to make rasmalai - Step1
  2. Now add the saffron milk to the boiling and keep stirring. Then add the sugar and keep stirring. The mixture is called rabri and it tastes divine by itself :)
    How to make rasmalai - Step2
  3. Keep in sim and stir it till it reduces in volume.Fry the nuts in ghee and add it to the rabri and mix well. Add cardamom powder and give a quick mix.
    How to make rasmalai - Step3
  4. Now finally add the rasgullas and let it cook in low flame for 5mins till the rasgullas absorb the milk.Switch off , cool completely and then chill it. Rasmalai is ready now. Serve chilled!
    How to make rasmalai - Step4
I've become a great fan of rasmalai since I tasted it from Annapoorna GowriShankar.Guess they use condensed milk so wanted to give a try at home using condensed milk. Homemade ones are best too if prepared in the right consistency.
You can also use store bought rasgullas, tinned ones are easy to reach - Haldirams works best.
Rasmalai Recipe

My Notes:

  • Dont use saffrons more, it will be over powerful and will spoil the taste.
  • The addition of condensed milk not only makes the rasmalai rich but extra tasty and gives a unique flavour to it.
  • You can also use the sugar syrup that comes with the rasgullas and add it to the rabri instead of sugar.
  • Allow atleast 30mins sitting and refrigerating time before serving to taste best.
Easy Rasmalai Recipe
Written by: SHARMILEE J

57 comments:

  1. superb clicks and droolworthy rasmalai

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  2. Yummm ..... Slurp slurp slurp. Looks Sweeeeeeeet ! Luv the clicks too

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  3. Mmmmmmmmmmmm yummy.. my first fav one in the sweet list. Pictures supera irukku sharmi.

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  4. this is too tempting..love the wonderful clicks too.

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  5. super delicious rasmalai ....love all the clcicksSuper Yummy Recipes

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  6. Mouth-droolinggggggggggg rasmalai!!

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  7. Makes me crave for some now,looks so so yummy :)

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  8. Awesome Sharmi.My fav sweets..Pics are just tempting me even more...

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  9. aww that looks so cute.. i went to ur rasgulla recipe.. and they look cho cute.. absolutely adorable... and rasmalai looks so tempting :)

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  10. Its my all time favorite and love it to the core :) Superb looking Ras malai :) I wish you were next door to grad few right away :)

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  11. That is my fav sweet, looks delicious ur click!

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  12. its really adding temptation is my stomach

    Cook Healthy

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  13. WOW!! Perfect looking rasmalai..Absolutely tempting! Loved the first 2 clicks..

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  14. Yumm, delicious and absolutely divine..

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  15. this one is literally making me drool.... Love it!

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  16. even i am also craving for a one. love ur version of rasamalai

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  17. I love rasmalai more than rasgulla as I feel it carries more punch!!Staying quite close to Sree Krishna Sweets and Adyar ananda bhavan has made me a Rasmalai addict!!I tried making it at home once and the rasgullas turned out very hard.Only the ras was edible,let me go through your recipe now!!

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  18. This is my daughter and hibbise favourite Indian sweet andyours look perfect and yumm.

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  19. This sound fabulous! very beautifully done too!

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  20. Looks tempting and delicious! Lovely color and clicks.

    Lite Bite

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  21. My favorite favorite sweet.. :)

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  22. Wow looks awesome,makes me drool,superb clicks dear.

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  23. Nice clicks..They looks so perfect and yummy!!

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  24. O Boy! I am craving for rasmalai now.. absolute perfection.. Looks heavenly..

    ammaandbaby.blogspot.com/

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  25. Delicious and creamy rasmalai...

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  26. luks delicious,love the presentation...too gud!

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  27. Simply mouth-watering with lovely presentation:)

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  28. Sharmilee, first time at your blog too. You have lovely space with great pictures! I loved the presentation of Rasmalai. Now i'm off to see the recipe for rasgullas:)

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  29. Wow....looks too good' very professional. Love these kind of milk sweets so much.

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  30. Wow! Love your pictures! Sounds tasty:)

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  31. You are making me drool over some awesome looking Rasmalais!

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  32. Thanks everyone...Now I know many of them like rasmalai over rasgulla :)

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  33. The new clicks look awesome sharmi!! Aah!!! Naaku Ooruthu :p

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  34. Excellent method of guiding..

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  35. Hi Sharmi,

    Very nice...I checked this recipe last week. But I see that many pics are updated. So have u been updating the pics? Just curious...All your clicks are amazing as always..

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  36. @Vaishnavi : Yesyes I updated it yest and keep updating old posts with stepwise and new pics too :)

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  37. Awesome. Please keep up the gr8 work

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  38. absolutely mouth watering !! love the pictures

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  39. hey Sharmi,

    I'm Sakthi. My frnd introduced ur blog to me, i was so impressed by ur website and everything in it.
    I tried the rasamalai receipe of urs, u wont beleive the compliments i got. My relatives said that i can open a sweet stall. Thanks to you.
    I cant wait to try all ur receipes. awesome sharmi Grt work:)

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  40. When we use tinned rasgullas, should we squeeze out the sugar before adding to the rabri? Thanks for the wonderful instructions and beautiful pictures :-)

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    1. Yes squeeze it out else it will make the rabri watery....

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  41. Hi this is samreen.iam very foody n love to cook food n your rasmalsi hit hai hit

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  42. Hi..tried ur rasgulla and rasmalai recipe yday for my mum's bday as rasmalai is her fav sweet.my whole family loved and appreciated it. While the rasgullas and the rabri was yummy, the rabri did nt enter the rasgullas fully and the central part of rasgulla stayed white.any tips for that?was the rabri too thick?i did nt squeeze out the sugar syrup..was it bcoz of that?

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    1. Not really sure what went wrong but make sure to squeeze the rasgullas so that the rabri doesnt become watery....

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  43. do u tie the ragulla balls wid condense milk,,how do u make the separate balls

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    1. Please check rasgulla recipe with stepwise pictures for easy understanding

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