Monday, 19 September 2011

Rasmalai ~ A sweet treat to celebrate a new beginning :)



Hope all of you have noticed the new address of Swapna’s Cuisine J…. Yes we have moved to our own domain and I am thankful to all my readers, friends and family for the love and support you gave me all this time and I hope to get the same in future too…. This Rasmalai recipe I had posted during my early days of blogging and last week when I made it, I thought of taking a decent picture and reposting it… I also wanted the first post on my own domain to be a sweet dish……… It’s one of the easiest Rasmalai recipes to make….



Rasmalai
Ingredients:
Milk Powder    -1 Cup
Baking powder-1 tsp
Egg      -1
Milk     -1 litre
Sugar- ¾ cup or to taste
Cardamom, powdered- ½ tsp
Cashew nuts and Badam, sliced – 1 tbsp

Methd:
  • Boil milk with sugar, sliced cashew nuts and badam in a big heavy bottomed pan. 
  • Sieve milk powder and baking powder together and put this into egg which is not beaten.
  • Knead it and make about 18 balls with this. 
  • Add these balls slowly in the boiling milk. 
  • These balls will double the size while cooking. Cook on medium flame for about 20-25 minutes.
  • Add cardamom powder and mix gently and remove from fire. Serve either warm or chilled. 




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25 comments:

  1. lipsmacking cliks....love ur version...adding egg is new to me..
    bookmarked right away..:)
    Tasty Appetite

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  2. Congrats ..this is great and rasmalai is such a wonderful way to celebrate...adding egg is for sure new for me :)

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  3. Never seen a recipe with egg! congrats on the new domain :)

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  4. Congrats on ur new domain...and rasmalai looks absolutely delicious

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  5. congrats swapna.........keep on blogging.......rasmalai looks so yummmmm............

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  6. Congrats swapna! apt way to celebrate with a classic sweet! :)looks delectable!

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  7. Congrats swapna...Rasmalai looks tempting...

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  8. hi swapna,,,, if we add egg does we get soft rasmalai,,,, i made it once with eggs and it was a disaster,, the rasmalais were like rocks and even the dough wwas very sticky, please help me out... i badly wanted to try this out

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  9. Congrats Swapna,on your new domain and new beginning.

    Rasmalai looks perfect with the texture and awesome colour ! Royal one.

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  10. This dish looks really yummy and mouthwatering…I am drooling over here….Anyway thanks for the recipe dear…Will try it out soon…

    Aarthi
    http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

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  11. Congraaaaats....beautiful clicks and rasmalai

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  12. Congrats Swapna...rasmalais looks incredible and inviting..

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  13. congratulations on ur new domain :)
    rasamalai looks delicous

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  14. Congrats to have moved to a new domain :) Lovely sweet and lovely way to celebrate :)

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  15. rasmalai deliciously done
    looks wonderful

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  16. Yay, this is one of my favorite desserts to order when I'm eating out, I never made it homemade but I'd sure love to try.

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  17. Rasmalai looks awesome.......glad to have found your space.

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  18. Congrats!!!btw,i tried this recipe of urs and it was too delicious unlike the ones we get from the shops where they use paneer....but i had a problem---all my balls started to break when cooking in the milk...so do we have to slightly fry it b4 adding to the water????

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  19. Thanks everybody :)

    @Amulya ~ Yes I always used to get soft Rasmalai from this recipe.... dough is little sticky but manageable...

    @CJ ~ Thank you for trying this recipe....Don't stir it after adding the balls to milk and also use a wider pan for boiling.... rasmalai are not fried...

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  20. hi swapna....i tried this again today,praying dat it wont break and keeping all ur tips in mind....but in vain....not a single one came out in shape....:-(((((

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  21. is it full egg or egg white only? doesnt it smell of egg? or like in all egg receipes do we add vanilla essence to remove the smell?

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    1. It's full egg and it won't smell... no need to add vanilla essence because you are adding cardamom powder instead...

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