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Nov 24, 2018

PREPARATION TIME

COOKING TIME

SERVES

4

PREPARATION LEVEL

Medium

We say old is gold likewise our old favourite dessert is always shining like a gold. Easy tasty recipe of Rasamlai is one of the golden recipes we have. Creamy milk mixed with paneer disc showered with nutty nuts makes the golden kesari Rasmalai. Watch the #BritanniaDessertCarnival and make some mouthwatering sweet dishes at home.

INGREDIENTS

    Ingredients:
    for chenna / paneer:
    ● 1 litre milk full cream cows milk
    ● 4 tbsp lemon juice
    ● 1 cup water
    ● 1 tbsp flour
    for sugar syrup:
    ● 1½ cup sugar
    ● 8 cups water
    for rabri / rabdi:
    ● ½ litre milk full cream cows/buffalo milk
    ● ¼ cup sugar
    ● ½ tsp cardamom powder
    ● 2 tbsp saffron milk
    ● 7 pistachios chopped
    ● 5 almonds chopped
    ● 10 cashews chopped

DIRECTIONS

Method: chenna/paneer recipe:

1. firstly, boil milk.

2. additionally, add lemon juice and stir till the milk curdles completely.

3. drain the curdled milk and squeeze off excess water.

4. after 30 minutes, start to knead the paneer for 10 minutes.

5. furthermore, make small balls and flatten. keep aside.

sugar syrup recipe:

1. firstly, take sugar and water.

2. boil the syrup for 10 minutes.

3. after that, drop the prepared paneer balls.

4. cover and boil for 10 minutes.

5. furthermore, squeeze of sugar syrup.

rabri / rabdi recipe:

1. firstly, heat milk and get to a boil.

2. once a layer of cream is formed over the milk, stick it to sides of the vessel.

3. repeat the process for atleast 5 times or till the milk reduces to one-third.

4. further, add sugar, cardamom powder and saffron milk.

5. give a good mix and get to boil.

6. also scrape off the collected cream from sides. and give a good stir.

7. further, refrigerate for 2-3 hours.

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