Rasmalai Recipe For Your Love Of Sweets

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Who doesn’t love rasmalai And when the shadi season is near, sweets can be tempting. Rasmalai sweet is made from paneer, which is soaked in milk and garnished with saffron, almonds, and other dry fruits.

Rasmalai can be considered a Healthy Sweet as it is made of panner, which is full of protein, milk is rich in calcium, and dry fruits are rich in antioxidants. So if you are health conscious and craving sweets, you need not worry; rasmalai can be a saviour for you.

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  • Total fat: 3.7g
  • Carbohydrate: 22.5g
  • Cholesterol: 33.3 mg
  • Protein: 9g
  • Sodium: 40mg
Prepare time: 10 mins
Cook time: 2 hrs
Ready In: 2 hrs 10 mins


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For rasmalai

      • 1 ¼ litre milk
      • 1-2 tablespoon lemon juice
      • 1-liter ice water

For sugar syrup

      • 1 cup refined white sugar
      • 3 ½ cups water
      • ¼ tablespoon cardamom powder

To make rabri

      • ¾ litre milk
      • ½ cup of sugar
      • Pinch saffron
      • Dry fruits


  1. Add 3 cups of milk to a pot and boil it.
  2. When the milk comes to a boil, add saffron and sugar to it.
  3. When the milk thickens and reduces to half quantity, set it aside and let it cool.
  4. Keep half milk warm and the other half in the fridge.
  5. Now, boil 5 cups of milk in another pot and add lemon juice into it.
  6. Stir until the milk is curdled.
  7. Pour ice water into the pot and let it rest for 2 mins.
  8. Next, take a muslin or linen cloth and strain the water through it and wrap the chena in the cloth.
  9. Let it hang for 45 mins to 1 hour.
  10. Once the chena is totally dry, knead it well for 3-5 mins until it becomes smooth.
  11. Make balls of it and flatten them.
  12. Now, bring 3 ½ cups of water to boil and sugar to it.
  13. Stir it well until the sugar dissolves completely, and add cardamom powder.
  14. When you see the sugar syrup boiling, add the chena disc to it.
  15. Cook it for 9-10 mins with covered lit on medium flame.
  16. Take off the pot and keep it covered for the next 20 mins.
  17. Next, take off the discs and cool them.
  18. Then, gently squeeze them and add them to warm thickened milk.
  19. Rest them for 3-4 hours, and then add the chilled milk to it.

The ras malai is ready to be served, but do not forget to garnish them with saffron and other dry fruits. Rasmalai can turn out to be the perfect dessert and a perfect to end any dinner.