2 liter full cream milk1 liter for making paneer and 1 liter for the rabri
2 tbsp fresh lemon juice
8 cups cardamom
1 3/4 cups sugar Sugar1.5 cups for sugar syrup and the rest for rabri
1/2 tsp cardamom powder
2 tsp saffronfor garnishing
10 cashewschopped into shavings
5 almondschopped into shavings
7 pistachioschopped into shavings
Rasmalai, also known as Rossomalai, is a delectable Indian desert made of sugar syrup, fresh milk, evaporated milk, and cottage cheese. It is most popular amongst people belonging to West Bengal, though it’s a national favorite! This dish was invented by a Bengali confectioner and entrepreneur named K.C. Das. The name of the dish is a combination of the two Hindi words, ras, which means juicy and malai, meaning cream.
It’s a simple desert that tastes best when served cold!
Saffron and dry fruits not only enhance the flavor and taste of the sweet, but also provide additional nutrients, such as vitamin A, calcium, potassium, and magnesium, proteins, and fibre.
Apart from providing color and aroma, saffron also possess innumerable medicinal properties that and beneficial for the skin, hair, and overall well-being. Considered a natural tonic, saffron mixed with milk also protects one from cold and fever.
How to Make Rasmalai
How to make paneer:
How to make Sugar Syrup:
How to make Rabri:
How to make rasmalai: