Dec 13, 2011


Rasmalai recipe

Who doesnt love sweets? Everybody does.With tons of recipes and videos out there,cooking things has become much more easier now.

I love sweets but being diabetic,this was something I didnt care much to learn Because once you've nailed it,you wanna make it more often than needed.After a few failures,I managed to make these rasmalais.They are very simple and I cannot guarantee they will look that gorgeous texture wise.It takes a bit of practice and practice ( lots of it) makes perfect.

Ingredients :

1 tea cup milk powder

1 litre full cream milk

1 tsp oil/ghee (clarified butter)

1 tsp baking powder

1 tsp maida/all purpose flour

1 egg whole

powdered sugar (this depends on the sweetness one wants)

Pista(pistachios) , badaam(almonds) halved/slivered,for garnish

Method :

Combine the milk powder ,baking powder,oil,maida,egg together and knead it until you have a good dough.Keep it aside for 15 minutes.After which you can make tiny balls out of the dough.

When you are done with making these balls,press them in the center just to flatten them a bit.This is important as it helps it to cook through in the milk.

Meanwhile,bring the 1 L milk to a boil with the added sugar in it.I dont like anything too sweet,so I added 2 tbsp full of sugar.Mix the suagr to dissolve it.once its boiled,keep on medium simmer and add the flatten balls of dough into it.let them cook for 15 - 20 minutes in the milk.

You will notice the balls have gone white in color,are floating on the surface.You can turn them over as well mid way.They have enlarged in size too.

Close the stove down and let it cool for while.Transfer into a nice bowl and let it chill in the fridge for an hour or so.

When serving it,you can sprinkle them individually in the guest bowls or in the serving bowl itself.

I hope I could be of some help to you guys.Dont be disheartened if it didnt go well the first time.Im impatient when it comes to cooking as well,so if I could do it,so can you.


  1. thats what i call the rasila recipe.. weekend pe will try :) :).. thx for sharing :)

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  3. They are not going to turn out like those found in the bazaars but they will be tasty.Once you master this,you can make your own variations.
    Leo Paw,Im honoured to recieve this award.Thank you so much.

  4. Will definitely try. Indian sweets like gulab jamun & rasmalai are my weakness!

  5. Thank you Sujatha, Sukupedia,Leo paw and Gayathri.Hope they turn out well.Depends again on the milk powder taste.


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