Kesar Rasmalai

Recipe

kesar rasmalai

A delicious dairy-based heavenly treat that is sure to tantalize your taste buds.

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60 Mins

2 Ingredients

Ingredients

for rasmalai: 1-litre full-fat milk, 1-litre low-fat milk, 2-3 tbsps lemon juice, 1 cup sugar, 4 cups water

for sweetened milk syrup: 1-litre full-fat milk, 3-4 tbsps sugar, ½ tsp cardamom powder, 2 tbsps chopped pistachio, pinch of saffron strands, 1 tbsp dried rose petals

Method

To make Rasmalai: Make fresh paneer by adding lemon juice to fresh milk.

Drain the excess water from the paneer by tying it in a muslin cloth

Now, take the paneer out from the cloth. Knead with your palm until soft.

Divide into small portions and mash them separately. Shape them into a smooth round and flat balls. They should be very smooth or else they will break when you put them in the sugar syrup.

In a wide pan, mix sugar and water and boil at high temperatures.

Put the discs in the sugar syrup and cover them with a lid. Let the discs cook in sugar syrup for 10-12 minutes on high flame.

Once cooked, keep them covered and allow them to cool for an hour or 2.

While the discs are cooling, make thickened milk.

For milk syrup: Take milk in a heavy bottom pan, and keep the flame on medium.

Keep stirring every few minutes to prevent burning.

Add saffron strands and cardamom powder and continue cooking the milk on low flame.

Once the milk boils and is reduced to half, add sugar and turn off the heat.

Take out the disc from the sugar syrup one by one.

Gently squeeze them to remove the absorbed sugar syrup.

Add them to the milk and gently stir.

Garnish with pistachio and rose petals before serving.

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