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Recipe Name: Rasmalai  
Category: Indian Regional Sub Category: Gujrati


Prep Time Cook Time Serves
60 mins 45 mins 16



Fresh Paneer   250 g
Flour   4 tbsp
Sugar   1 Kg.
Milk   2 ltrs.
Pistachio nuts   1 tbsp.


  • Knead and mash Chhena, add 2 Tbsp flour and make a dough. Divide it into 12 equal portions, make balls and press between your palms to flatten them. Keep aside.
  • Dissolve 500g of sugar in the same quantity of water, bring it to a boil and add rest of the flour dissolved in water. Now add the dough portions (rasmalai) in it and cook over a high flame for 10 minutes. Add half a cup of water and again bring it to a boil. Cook for another 3 minutes.
  • Remove them and keep in a thin sugar syrup prepared from 250 gms of sugar and 500 ml of water.
  • Now take milk in a heavy bottomed pan, bring it to a boil, reduce the flame, and stir continuously. Simmer until it is reduced to a thick consistency.
    5. Add rest of the sugar and keep on a medium flame till the sugar is completely dissolved. Remove from the flame and refrigerate for an hour. Squeeze the rasmalai and put them into chilled milk. Keep in refrigerator for another half an hour. Serve cold, garnished with sliced pistachio nuts.
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Nutrition Facts
Serving Size   1
Amount Per Serving
Calories 216 Calories from Fat 104
% Daily Value'
Total Fat  11.5 18
Saturated Fat  0.5 25
Trans Fat  0  
Cholesterol  27 9
Sodium  62 3
Total Carbohydrate  22 7
Dietary Fiber   0.9 4
Sugars   17.1  
Protein   7.1
Vitamin A   0   * Vitamin C   0
Calcium   0 * Iron   0
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending upon your daily needs