Friday, May 4, 2012


2% Milk / Whole Milk -8cups
Sugar- 1 3/4cups
Chopped nuts-1/4cup
Squeeze the juice from the lemon n keep it ready.

1.Boil 4cups of milk in a heavy bottomed pan.

2.Slowly add the lemon juice and mix it gently. Put off the flame once the milk is curdled.

3.Strain the milk solids using a cheese cloth/muslin cloth. Wash it 2-3 times in the (cold) running water.

4.Squeeze out all the water from the milk solid(paneer). Try extract the water as much as possible.

5.Tie the paneer in the cloth and hang it for an hour.(so that the the leftover water, if any drips down).You can use this whey water while making roti's, n you will get amazing soft Roti's.

6.Take the paneer, knead it for 7-8 minutes. By then paneer will become a smooth,soft dough.

7.Make uniform sized balls out of the paneer.

8. I've flattened the paneer balls a bit, but purely it's optional! ;)

9. Combine 5 cups of water with a cup of sugar, bring it to boil. Carefully add the paneer balls, close the cooker, after one whistle and reduce the flame. Continue cooking for 5more minutes on low heat, and put off the stove.

10.Open the cooker once the pressure has gone, paneer balls would have doubled in size and they will be delicate when hot. So let it cool for sometime.

11. Keep the nuts ready. Boil 4 cups of milk in a heavy bottomed pan. Reduce the heat to medium after the milk has boiled, and stir it often to avoid it getting burned.

12. Simmer the milk till it becomes half in its quantity, then add 3/4 cup of sugar (adjust to your preference). Let it melt, then reduce the heat to low.

13. Take the rasgullas from the water, press them gently...
14. ....and add it in the simmering milk. Let the rasgullas soak the milk, say 3-4 minutes.

15. Add half of the sliced nuts, mix it gently. Add the crushed cardamom, and turn off the stove. Sprinkle the reserved nuts while serving.

Refrigerate the rasmalai after an hour. Refrigerate over night for BEST results, but they taste awesome while warm/room temperature/cold..any form though!! ;)))

I prepared this for a fare well party for one of my hubby's colleague. Here are the items from my kitchen to the party...


  1. Wow....Mahi super yummy sweet...........

  2. rasmalai looking very delicious...perfectly done i thought of making this for my 400th post :) u tempting me...!

  3. Mahi,ithu unakkee overa illai.Mouth watering here.Superb.Naan kitchen kathavai izhluthu mudapporeen.

  4. ummmm looks tempting and your step by step pics are so helpful

    Hamaree Rasoi

  5. Wow Mahi, that looks marvelous! I've seen many recipes for rasmalai, but your recipe strikes me.

  6. One of my fav sweet, perfectly done dear. Looking delicious!!

  7. Hi Mahi,

    It seems there is some celebration/visesham in your house. :) I'm sure all these mouthwatering sweets are made for a reason. :)

  8. looks perfect and wish I have some now! :)

  9. Thanks for the valuable comments ladies!

    @Asiya Akka, why this kola veri? Kitchen close pannittu enna seyya poreenga? ;)

    @Rathai,no party in our house, I've updated the post. :) Made rasmalai, which infused the desire of making ragsulla! ;)

  10. Woww.. looks so so so delicious and perfect.. really awesome job dear .. thanks for sharing :)
    Indian Cuisine

  11. I'm short of ingredients nw. ;(
    Will come back aftr trying.

  12. So delicious. Its my favourite always.

    Hamsamalini Chandrasekaran,

  13. Ohhh....que delicia Mai es una tentación exquisita,abrazos hugs,hugs.

  14. looks so mouthwatering. you had done it perfect

  15. Irresistible rasmalai..drooling here..

  16. mmm mouth watering.....thanks for the recipie looks different nice.

  17. it looks so beautiful..tasty rasamlai

  18. looks delicious& mouthwatering :)


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