November 17, 2010

Rasgulla



Fig 1 Fig 2



Fig 3 Fig 4


Fig 5

Ingredients:

Milk ( Fate content)

3 Cups

Lemon

1

Sugar

1 Cup

Water

3 Cups

Rose Water

Few Drops


Procedure:

1. Take the juice from the lemon and keep it aside.

2. Boil the milk in a heavy bottomed or non stick pan.

3. As the milk reaches boiling point, add the lemon juice and then stir the milk slowly till the paneer separates from the water as in Fig 1.

4. Now drain the water from the paneer using a cloth as in Fig 2.

5. Then wash the paneer thoroughly with running water to take out the smell of the lemon juice.

6. Squeeze the cloth to remove excess water from the paneer.

7. Take small amount of paneer and place it on the smooth surface and then rub it with your palm as in Fig 3.

8. After rubbing all the paneer, mix all the rubbed panner and make it like dough .

9. Divide the paneer into amla size balls and keep it aside Fig 4.

10. Mix the sugar and water in a heavy bottomed pan.

11 Bring the flame to simmer when sugar dissolves into the water completely. You can add rosewater to this syrup to sweeten its aroma.

12. Then add the panner balls one by one and close the lid of the pan as in Fig 5.

13. Cook it for 15 – 20 mins till you get puffed paneer dumplings.

14. Allow it to cool. Your Rasgulla is ready to be served.

Serve it after chill.

I have tried this from Priya's Easy n Tasty Recipes.She has wonderful blog. I took the idea of adding rose water to enhance the aroma of the Syrup.


I have link this post to the following events:

1. Celebrate Sweets - Bengali sweets by PJ and Nivedita.

2. Diwali Sweets n Snacks by Lavi.

3. CMT - Mithai by Mina Joshi and Jagruthi.
4.
Tried and Tasted by PJ.

33 comments:

Padhu said...

Very nice rasagullas but why have u put oil for frying in ingredients needed .

Premalatha Aravindhan said...

Wounderful detailed pictures,too gud rasagulla...

Kurinji said...

Thanks Padhu.

PJ said...

Nice step by step instructions.Thanks for sending it across to the event :)

Priya Sreeram said...

lip smacking rasgullas ! loved the detailed explanation--- will try it out!

Santosh Bangar said...

awosome rasgulls are looking wonderful i tried so many times but never get success . now i will try

Mina Joshi said...

Lovely and delicious looking rasgullas. I love the step by step detailed instructions.

Priya said...

Spongy juicy rasgullas tempts a lot, thanks for trying dear.

PALATABLE said...

Perfect and delicious rasgullas!

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Gayathri's Cook Spot said...

Love to grab one immediately. Looks yummy..

Vidhya said...

Rasagullas has come out really well.. First time here. Visit mine if u get a chance.

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Sreelekha Sumesh said...

My fav.Looks perfect and yummy!

Mrs.Menagasathia said...

perfect & tempting rasagulla!!

Sarah Naveen said...

yummy yumm!!!..so perfect and delicious..

Torviewtoronto said...

thank you Kurinji
delicious rasgulla

aipi said...

Perfect n spongy rasgullas..great pictorials too!

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Shalini said...

hi kurinji, very delicious bengali sweet. i m mouthwatering here:)

chaitrali pathak said...

mindblowing...mouthwatering rasgullas

Sushma Mallya said...

Perfect ones..

Kairali sisters said...

Hi Kurinji, thanks for u r regular visit to us and the support. Rasagullas looks yummy and loved all the step details...

Swathi said...

Nice spongy Rasgulla. Love it.

Suja Sugathan said...

Delicious and tempting rasgullas

Sowmya said...

Succulent rasgullas, well-explained!

Pushpa said...

Yummy rasgullas....looking lovely

Mahi said...

nice rasagullas!

indianspicemagic said...

My favourite sweet..

GEETHA ACHAL said...

சூப்பராக இருக்கு...படங்கள் அருமை...

Amritha Kalyani said...

love your dish. nice presentation

Nithu Bala said...

Nice stepwise pictures and procedure..just tempted on seeing those tiny balls..I'm gonna eat them:-)

Yummy Team said...

Rasgullas look perfect and absolutely yummy!! Thanks for sharing the step pics, Kurinji..

Nisa Homey said...

Hi first time here....was looking for a rasgulla recipe...thanks for sharing.

niveditha said...

Yummy Rasgullas..cant wait to try them. You really have a wonderful blog.i too am following you :)
Niveditha
http://nivedithatm.blogspot.com

Gauri Kulkarni said...

Love rasgullas and you have shown step by step in such easy method... thanks for sharing

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