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December 16, 2013

Easy Rasmalai

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Festival : Diwali
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Rasmalai is a north Indian dessert served after a meal. Literally meaning juicy cream, the dessert is usually made with Paneer, cream and sugar. Let me introduce you to a quick & easy version of Rasmalai made from milk powder.

Ingredients :

   
Milk Powder - 1 cup
All purpose flour - 1cup
Baking powder - 1tbsp
Egg white - 2 nos
Ghee - 1-2 tbsp
Milk - 1 liter
Cardamom - 1 tbsp
Sugar - ¾ cups
     
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Cooking Method :

To begin with, mix Milk Powder, all-purpose flour and Baking powder in a bowl. We can start by gently mixing with our hand. Pour Egg White and Ghee into the Mixture knead lightly to make smooth dough. Make equal size small round shaped Malai balls with a light hand and keep it aside for 10 minutes.

Meanwhile boil milk in a pan by adding powdered cardamom and sugar. As the milk boils, a nice aroma of cardamom emanates your kitchen. You can place the formerly made Malai balls in the boiling milk. Reduce the flame and simmer for few minutes until the Malai balls expand. Turn off the heat and transfer to a serving dish. Let your Rasmalai to cool slightly at room temperature, then refrigerate until serving.

 
 
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