Tuesday, 25 October 2011

Rasgulla / Roshogolla ~ Cottage Cheese Dumplings in Sugar Syrup for Diwali


Rasgulla / Roshogolla is a famous traditional Bengali sweet dish. I first tasted Rasgulla in Calcutta soon after my wedding and that time I was more fascinated with other Bengali sweets like Chum Chums, Sandesh (Shondesh) and Mishti Doi. Those days I used to buy Rasgullas only to take back home in Kerala to distribute it to relatives. I once tried to makes this and failed terribly. Recently after so many years when I craved to have some Rasgullas, I tried it out again and this time it came out really well. Kneading of paneer / cottage cheese to a smooth dough is very important. I used my food processer to knead the paneer. So here is how I made this soft and spongy delicacy.....





Rasgulla / Roshogolla - Cottage Cheese Dumplings in Sugar Syrup
Ingredients:

Low fat milk – 1 liter ( 4 1/2 cups)
Lime juice - 2 tbsp
Sugar - 2 cups
Water – 3 1/2 cups
Method:
  • Boil the milk in a heavy bottomed pan.
  • Add the lime juice to the boiling milk and stir well. Stir continuously till the whey water clears and the milk curdles completely, turn off the heat.
  • Drain the whey water using a strainer lined with cheesecloth or muslin cloth.
  • Wrap the curdled milk (paneer) in a muslin cloth, and rinse under cold water two or three times, and squeeze well.
  • Take out the excess water by squeezing the muslin cloth till all the water drips off.
  • Once the paneer is drained, knead it in a food processer for 3-4 minutes or till the paneer rolls into smooth pliable dough.
  • Make small smooth balls without any cracks. (I made 20 -22 small balls).
  • Boil water and sugar in a pressure cooker. Add paneer balls and close the cooker.
  • Pressure cook on medium heat till the cooker whistles once or for about 8 to 10 minutes. 
  • Turn off the heat and wait for a few minutes till the pressure drops down.
  • Soft and spongy Rasgullas are ready. Transfer it into a bowl, once cooled refrigerate 4 to 5 hours or overnight.
  • Serve chilled.




Wishing You All A Very Happy, Prosperous and Safe Diwali!!!
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11 comments:

  1. delicious looking rasgoola looks wonderful

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  2. They look very yummy.... love the pics.. very tempting!!

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  3. Super tempting rasgullas....
    nice treat for diwali...
    happy diwali!!

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  4. Impressive rasgulla recipe.Luks tempting and delicious.Luv it.Wish U a Happy and Delicious Diwali.

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  5. May millions of lamps illuminate ur life with endless Joy,Prosperity,Health and Welath forever wishing u all and ur fmly a very "HAPPY DIWALI"!. Team Chacko's Kitchen Susan, Abraham and Little Angel

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  6. Wow looks delicious...cant be any better than this!

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    Thank you for great support

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  8. Very Nice though on healthy tips. This can make everyone healthy and fitness to achieve their healthy life.
    Have a nice day, Thanks

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