Monday, December 14, 2009

Oats Rasgulla

Rasgulla are known as bengali sweets, the most famous sweet prepared with paneer, cooked in sugar syrup..Rasgullas are always my favourite, i really want to make them some wat healthy and i tried making out rasgullas by adding some quick cooking oats with some fresh paneer which i prepared at home with full fat milk..They turned out really tremendous and even i was surprised to see this trial turned out fantastic..even my DH and everyone at home were surprised to hear that i prepared this rasgullas with oats, none will find out that much easily the oats u have added in this rasgullas when u serve this gorgeous juicy balls unless you tell them the secret ingredient the famous oats..These oats rasgullas tastes really fantastic when served chilled..


1litres Full fat Milk
1/4cup Quick cooking oats
2tbsp Lemon juice
1cups Sugar
2cups Water
2tsp Rose water
Few pistachio nuts for decorating

Heat the milk n bring it to boil, add the lemon juice n turn them until the milk curdle.. now pass the curdled milk through a muslin cloth..keep aside the whey.. wash out the curdled milk thrice with cold water to get rid from the lemony flavour...tie the both ends of the cloth n hang them for atleast 6hours..

After 6hours, the drained cheese (paneer) will be ready to get prepared as rasgulla...add the quick cooking oats to the paneer, knead them as smooth dough...shape the dough into small goal ball size, place a pistachio nuts and press over the paneer balls and keep aside...

Meanwhile prepare the sugar syrup, boil the water and the sugar, cook them until it becomes a single string constitency...now put the goal ball size paneer balls to the syrup, add the rose water n cook them well until they start floating..

Serve them chilled..

38 comments:

  1. You are a sweetheart, with all these sweet items..heheh
    Sounds wonderful and looks yummy dea..!!!

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  2. Hats off to your creativity Priya! Looks delicious.

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  3. ur very creative cook dear.......it looks yummm.

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  4. Thats really creative of you.. Priya, and really amazed to know these pistachios stick to rasgullas, while they get cooked without even breaking it apart..thats amazing..cant wait to try your way...

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  5. Rasgulla cant be healthier than this...and nobody other than Priya can make it.

    Lovely.

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  6. Hats off to you dear...you can make a yummy and healthy recipe out of anything...very creative of you.. I am a big fan of your innovative recipes you post everyday

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  7. Strange...but healthy version for my sweet tooth, absolutely guilt free, right.

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  8. Another way to turn sweet guiltless!

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  9. Oh my...ur so creative..kalakureenga priya..looks lovely and tasty!!

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  10. Gr8 innovation of trying hands at out.Mouthwatering rasgullas.Wish i can have them now.

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  11. This is such a creative sweet, nice job Priya. They looks delciious.

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  12. yumm...nice idea to use oats in the rasgullas...gr8

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  13. U r soooo creative dear...Rasgulla sounds interesting and healthy ...

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  14. WOW!!! Priya cannot imagine your creativity...really great yaar.. simply looks superb.

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  15. I think nobody thought of making rasgullas with oats before you, Priya..you r genius..do u spend all of your time thinking and prepering all these healthy foods, dear? you r one amazing cook and blogger, I´ve learned so much from you.......

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  16. Very creative dear! Sounds interesting and tasty also.

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  17. Hats off to you enthusiasm to try out new recipes. Definitely a healthy option to add oats and it helps in binding too.

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  18. so unique,only u can think of it priya,healthy as well as yummy one...

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  19. my god priya, you seem to be innovating daily! how do u find the energy? lovely rasgullas.

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  20. You are a creative Chef indeed :) Oats rasgulla looks perfect!

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  21. great job again, I am once again impressed with your imagination and culinary skills.

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  22. What all u make with oats?...u r really creative!!

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  23. you always amaze me with your creativity Priya!!

    I love so much the bengali sweets; this sounds new and interesting!!

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  24. Wow!! Priya you made the sweet more healthy. You are so creative, nice idea.

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  25. I cud never Imagine something like this Gr8..... Hatts of to U... Healthy nd tasty :)

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  26. Love your innovative idea of using oats dear...the rasagullas look so tempting :)

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  27. this looks awesome...shd try it out!

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  28. like always venturing into new ideas, I like that.

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  29. You r very creative Priya, rasagulla looks yummy.

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  30. Very creative Priya. Oats rasgulla would have tasted great.

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  31. never thot abt oats rasagulla.. must have tasted yummy

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  32. Priya its really great.

    Great Cook.

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