Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Rasmalai - Quick Version

Happy and Prosperous Diwali everyone! May this Diwali bring you New Joy, Hope and Dreams.. Hope everyone is having scrumptious feast on this festive day! We are going to have Bisibele Bhaat, Raita, my kids favorite Matar Paneer for dinner. 

I made Rasmalai for offering as Prasad to Goddess of Lakshmi. Ras means syrup and Malai means Milk Cream. It turned out really good. Rasmalai is one of my favorite bengali sweets, mostly because it is never too much sweet. And would get mataki rasmalai from KC Das coming back from work.. They were so divine. 

My version here is what I have heard from lot of my friends who do this and I adapted from it to come up with my fastest version of Rasmalai. So when you want a quick fix on Rasmalai, try this recipe and you would be impressed with yourself.

Prep Time: 15 minutes | Cooking Time: 10 minutes 


Rasgulla - 1 Can
Whole Milk - 1 1/2 cup
MTR Badam Milk Powder - 2 tbsp.

Method of Preparation:

~ Drain the Rasgulla's out of the syrup and put it in a bowl filled with water. Let it soak in the water at least for 15 minutes to half an hour. Idea is to take out the over sweetness from the Rasgulla's. More time the better.
~ Boil the milk in a wide pan with badam milk powder. After about 10 minutes, switch of the heat. You can get a head start by using hot milk initially or heating milk in microwave for about 2 minutes.
~ Gently squeeze out the water from each Rasgulla and add it to the boiled milk. Let it all cool and then cover and refrigerate. You can top with nuts and serve it cold.

Happy Diwali once again and sending this yummy rasmalai to following events.

Bon Vivant #10 - Festive Feasts @Sumee's Culinary Bites.

Lets Cook #21 - Potluck @Tickling Palates
Diwali Bash @CooksJoy
Jagruti's Celebrate Navratri & Diwali hosted @Simply.Food
Diwali Event @Anu'z Healthy Kitchen


  1. That is really quick!!! i love rasamalai!!
    Ongoing Event - CWF - Whole Wheat Flour

  2. I love this kind of "fast food". when ever i have even leftover ras gullas i used it like this.


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