Thursday, October 22, 2009


On this diwali first time I tried this rasmalai recipe and believe me it was awesome.Just a little effort and you will get a delicious rasmalai ready.This recipe is adapted from North Ki Rasoi Se by Rupali Jain.

Rasmalai/Rasgulla 1 can
Evaporated Milk 1 can
Sugar 3 tbsp
Pistachios 15(nearly)
Saffron 1 pinch (optional)
Cardamom pw 1 pinch

1. Separate the rasmali/rasgulla from the sugar syrup.
2. Gently press them between your hands and soak in warm water for 5-10 minutes.
3. In a microwavable bowl take evaporated milk,saffron,cardamom powder,sugar and mix them.Now microwave it on HIGH power for 3 minutes.
4. Take the rasmali/rasgulla out of water and squeeze a little between your hands.Put them in the hot milk.
5. Garnish with the chopped pistachios.Let it cool and then keep it in refrigerator for at least 1 hour before serving.

With this post I would like to share my rangolis which I made this and last diwali with you all.


  1. Wow.. lovely rasmalai and amazing rangolis. :) Lovely post

  2. Hi, very easy and yummy rasmalai...nice rangoli..

  3. Love rasmalai...nice one.

    Like you creative works...rangoli, diya and pookollam (decor you made there). Very apealing.

  4. One of my all time favorite. Very well decorated