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Rasmalai recipe

By: Team Ifairer | Posted: 06-09-2021
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Ras Malai, cotton soft cheese in a creamy milk sauce, is a delectable Indian dessert.


Whole Milk 8 cups (divided), Lemon Juice 2 Tbsp, Water 5 cups (in a pressure cooker), Sugar 1 cup, Saffron pinch, Cardamom Powder 1/4 tsp, Pistachios & Almonds 2 Tbsp, roughly chopped, Sugar for the Ras to taste.

How to make

Boil 4 cups milk in a steel pan and boil the remaining 4 cups milk in a non-stick pan (The milk in the non-stick pan needs to be reduced to half the quantity so once it comes to a boil, keep the flame low and keep cooking while stirring occasionally. Grind saffron with a small amount of sugar and add it to the milk while boiling).

Once the milk in the steel pan comes to a rolling boil, slowly add lemon juice. When the milk curdles (paneer), switch off the stove and strain the paneer in a cheese cloth.

Pour a little cold water over the paneer and hang the cheese cloth on the tap for approx 30 minutes to remove all of the liquid. Remove the paneer from the cheese cloth and run it through a food processor to smooth it out. You can knead the paneer by hand but it will take a long time to make it smooth.

Divide the paneer into 12 equal portions a little smaller than the size of a ping pong ball. Roll the portions in your hands until a smooth ball is formed. Lightly press the ball until it flattens out.

In the pressure cooker with water, dissolve 1 cup sugar and add the flattened paneer. Close pressure cooker lid and cook until one whistle sounds. Immediately switch off the stove and set the timer for exactly 5 minutes.
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