Saturday, August 13, 2011

Rasmalai for Rakshabandhan

Year 2008 shared Heena designs and Malai Wala Ladoo
Year 2010 shared Rakhi Thali
This year i thought of preparing Rasmalai for Rakshabandhan Festival
Recipe is inspired from Spice Club
I have slightly adapted the recipe ,this is how i prepared

Recipe name Rasmalai
Haldiram rasgulla six
milk one cup/200ml
saffron strands
chopped dryfruits almond and cashew nut one tbsp
Heat milk in non stick pan
add saffron strands and let it simmer
till the milk is reduced to half
remove from flame and let it cool
Squeeze out sugar syrup from rasgullas
place two rasgullas in serving dish
drizzle thickened milk on it
sprinkle chopped dry fruit and
keep in fridge
serve chilled

Other Rasmalai recipe blogged at Asan Khana 
                                                Wish you all Happy Raksha Bandhan friends
                                                  Take care and Happy Blogging.


Priya Suresh said...

Happy Raksha bandhan Priyanka, rasmalai looks superb and fabulous sweet to celebrate this wonderful day..

Ramya said...

Happy Raksha bandhan ..Thatz a perfect dish to celebrate the event..I absolutely love rasmalai.But didnt have much luck when i tried it at home:-(
I will give ur recipe a try soon:-)

chef and her kitchen said...

Happy Raksha bandhan..perfect one for d day!!

Unknown said...

Delicious dear and happy raksha bandhan...

divya said...

Happy Raksha Bandhan...looks awesome and yummy...

Padmajha said...

Love the rasmalai..Yum...

Unknown said...

Absolutely love it. Happy rakhi !!!

Lakshmi said...

Happy Rakshbnadhan. Rasmalai looks yummy, abhi aajati hoon khaane :P

Chitra Amma's Kitchen said...

The post looks beautiful and festive.Yummy rasmalai.

Hari Chandana P said...

Woww... such a delicious and mouth watering recipe.. yummy :)
Indian Cuisine

Anonymous said...

Happy Raksha bandhan.. The sweets look super yumm.. Hope you had a lovely celebration!

Padhu Sankar said...

Looks yummy! My favorite dessert