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Rasgulla (ਰਾਸ੍ਗੁਲ੍ਲਾ, রসগোল্লা, రసగుల్లా, रसगुल्ला)


Rasgulla (ਰਾਸ੍ਗੁਲ੍ਲਾ, রসগোল্লা, రసగుల్లా, रसगुल्ला) is an Indian delicious recipe. It makes a great dessert. Served as a Diwali sweet dish. Rasgulla  is a traditional Bengali sweet.

Regional Dish : Gujarat; Bengal; Andhra; Tamil Nadu; South India and North Indian.

Cuisine Style : Bengal | Cooking Time 50 minutes | Take with as Snack | Type Sweet | Shelf Life : 6 days if refrigerated.

Appx. Nutritional values calculated for 1 serving ( 2nos) : Calories (152 K cal), Carbohydrate (5.5 g), Protein (4.8 g), Fat (6.4 g).

Ingredients to serve :

  • 4 cups of whole milk
  • 1 teaspoon lemon or lime juice
  • 1 and ½ cup sugar
  • ½ teaspoon cardamom  powder
  • 3 cup water for boiling (Proportion of sugar to water should be around 1:2.)

Method :

  1. Add a teaspoon of lemon juice to milk and bring it to boil. The lemon juice will separate the milk into watery whey and solid chunks.
  2. Throw away the liquid part by shifting the mixture through a clean muslin cloth. (It will take around 15 minutes to have excessive water drip off.). Then squeeze out the extra water.
  3. Mix solid milk chuck with cardamom. Knead it like dough.
  4. Make a small balls (around ½ inch diameter) out of dough.
  5. Boil water in a wide utensil with at least 2 to 3 inches of water over medium-low heat.
  6. Add sugar to the boiling water to make a sweet syrup.
  7. Gently drop the solid balls in the boiling syrup.
  8. Cook the balls in the boiling syrup for about half  an hour . Balls will expand about twice its size and start to float.
  9. Remove from the heat. Cool it. Serve it in room temperature or colder.
  10. You can also add some saffron to the syrup to make it flavour full

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