Rasmalai ~ Almost Instant



Rasmalai

 
Almost Instant Rasmalai :
 
You need the following :
Rosogolla Tin - 1
Nut & Spice Powder - 5-6 tbsp
Sugar- 4 tbsp
Milk - 1 L
 
* You can use any reputed brand's Badam Milk Powder if you like. If you are very particular about the ingredients and proportions used in the Badam Milk Powder, you can make some like how I have done it at home.
 
Method:
1.Bring 1L milk to boil and thicken it. Reduce it to 3/4th of qty.
2. While milk is boiling, open Rosogolla can and squeeze rosogollas and keep them aside.
3. When milk is reduced to required thickness, add sugar, Nut&Spice powder and stir well. Switch off the stove.
4. Add in rosogolla's to this hot milk and set it aside till the milk cools down. You may sprinkle saffron strands on hot milk. Rasmalai is only 1 step ahead from serving.
5. When milk comes to room temparature, refrigerate the Rasmalai for 2-3hrs.
6. Serve chilled rasmalai to your family/friends
 
 
 
I do not have any pretty picture to show you how it was served, but I can say that this was 'super hit' with my chinese colleagues  who loved it to the core in my deepavali party!
 
Enjoy!!


15 comments:

prathibha Garre said...

Love this sweet very much..looks perfect

Reva said...

Rasmalai looks lovely.. I love the instant versions..:)
Very sweet..
Reva

Lakshmi Venkatesh said...

I have also been wanting to make this for quiet some time. Nice.

MALINI said...

looks yummy!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Vijayalakshmi Dharmaraj said...

my all time favorite... superb one for sweet tooth...
Thalipeeth
VIRUNTHU UNNA VAANGA

Nandita SS said...

Ah yummy ras malai!! Just perfect!!

Shanthi said...

Perfect looking and lovely.

Priya said...

Who can resist to this droolworthy rasamalai,loving this instant version.

Nagashree said...

Naanu almost always heege maadodu, and I agree it is always a hit with everyone. I am very partial to milk based, soft sweets, perfect for a craving.

Hima bindu said...

Rasmalai looks yumm! wud love to try this instant version.

This is my first visit to your space.. Happy to follow you :)

Regards,
Bindu
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Kitchen Queen said...

looks very yummy. do visit my space too.

Kannada Cuisine said...

One of my favorite ways to make Rasmalai in a jiffy :)

Vanamala Hebbar said...

oh easy method alva ? nice will try

Caroline said...

wow.. looks incredibly yummy

Jiah said...

slurp...looks very tempting...