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    Ras Malai
    Recipe by: MyDeliciousRecipes

    Ras Malai

    Rasmalai is an Indian classic delicious dessert made with milk chena, dipped in thick fragrant saffron milk or rabri. It is a delicious dessert which is very popular all over India and everybody likes this dessert. Rasmalai is a soft rasgulla dipped in saffron milk. The recipe of Rasmalai is bit similar to the Rasgulla recipe, both dishes can be made easily, but the recipe is a bit tricky to make the dessert perfectly soft and succulent. To make the dessert rasmalai, first curdling milk to make paneer or chena, then make the disc using this chena and boil them in sugar syrup, and in the last boil the milk to make thicken and mix kesar for  nice aroma and add chena disc in kesar milk. This delicious fragrant kesar rasmalai is garnished with chopped nuts. This recipe will tell you how to make soft and delicious rasmalai at home.

    Preparation Time
    10 Minutes
    Cooking Time
    2 Hour
    Meal Type:

    Ice Cream Dessert and Sweets

    For Chena (Paneer)

    Toned Milk1 LiterVinegar2 Teaspoon Approx
    Ice Cold WaterAs Required  

    For Rabdi

    Toned Milk1/2 LiterSaffron (Kesar)A Pinch
    Green Cardamom Powder (Elaichi Powder)1/2 TeaspoonAlmonds Chopped5 - 7
    Pistachio Chopped5 - 7Food Color (Optional)Less Than A Pinch
    Sugar50 Gram Approx Or As per Taste  

    For Making Rasgulla

    Chena / Paneer Sugar2 Cup
    Water6 - 7 CupCorn Flour (Optional)1/2 Teaspoon
    Ice Cubes12 - 15  

    • Boil 1 liter of toned milk in a large pan over high heat, stirring occasionally.
    • Take 2 teaspoons of vinegar in the bowl and add approximately equal amount of water to it and mix well.
    • When the milk starts boiling, reduce the heat and while stirring continuously, add vinegar water gradually and little by little. Do not add vinegar at once.
    • Milk will ejaculation and  Paneer will come out of milk. Immediately add ice cold water to it.
    • To sieve the chena / paneer, take a large bowl and place a sieve over it with a muslin cloth inside it.
    • Put all the chena / paneer inside this muslin cloth, wash the paneer with water so that the vinegar comes out completely. Squeeze the muslin cloth to remove excess water from it and also make the paneer dry. Set this paneer aside for later use.

    Make Rabri for Rasmalai.

    • Boil 1/2 liter milk in a pan on high heat.
    • When the milk is hot, add a pinch of saffron, green cardamom powder, chopped almonds, chopped pistachios and a pinch of food coloring and mix well.
    • When the milk is boiled, reduce the heat to medium. Boil milk on medium heat while stirring continuously. Add sugar to it and boil again by stirring continuously.
    • Do not thicken the rabri too much because if the rabri is too thick then rasgulla will not absorb the rabri.
    • Take the paneer out of the muslin cloth and transfer it to a plate. Knead the paneer  thoroughly with your palm until it becomes smooth. Add the corn floor to it and kneed it again until it becomes smooth and the corn floor mixes well.
    • Divide the paneer dough into 10 - 12 equal portions and make a ball from a portion and press it between of your palms to make a small disc. Similarly create the remaining disc and keep them aside.

    Put 2 cups of sugar and 6 - 7 cups of water in a large pan and boil it on high heat while stirring continuously. 

    When the water starts boiling, reduce the heat to medium. Add paneer disc to it and cook for 15 minutes over medium heat.

    After 10 - 12 minutes you will see that the disc size will increase to almost double. Flip them using a perforated spoon. Turn off the heat after 15 minutes and let it cool on the room temperature for 10 minutes.

    After 10 minutes take a large bowl and put 12 - 15 pieces of ice in it. Add sugar syrup to which the discs are resting. Transfer all the discs in it. Let them rest for 30 minutes in cold sugar syrup.

    After 30 minutes, take rasgulla from it and press it gently between the fingers of both hands so that all the syrup comes out of it. After removing the sugar syrup from the rasgulla, pour all the rasgullas one by one into the rabri.

    Allow the rasmalai to rest for at least 4 hours in fridge so that the rasgulla will soak the rabri properly.

    Delicious Rasamalai is ready. Serve cold rasmalai and enjoy.

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