Monday, November 22, 2010

Rosogollar Payesh

Few days back i came across this rasgulla payesh at Sandeepa's Bong Mom's Cookbook and the picture itself tempted me a lot and i immediately bookmarked this delectable dessert..This payesh goes for store bought rasgullas which makes the life easier, this dessert goes for an easy cooking process also at the same time this rasgulla payesh tastes tooo delicious,my H didnt stop having them and this dessert can suits prefectly for a party menu since this goes for easy ingredients.. When this rosogollar payesh served chilled, they tastes too marvellous..Thanks to Sandeepa for sharing this yummy dessert..Its really a fabulous feast for Bengali sweet lovers like me,i truly enjoyed having each and every bite of this rosogollar payesh.

Rosogollar Payesh

15-20nos Rasgullas (store bought )
1cup Evaporated milk
2cups Whole milk
1/2cup  Sweetened condensed milk
Few saffron strands
1/2tsp Cardamom powder
Few pistachios nuts

Squeeze out the sugar syrup from the store bought rasgullas and keep aside..bring boil the evaporated milk and whole milk..add immediately the sweetened condensed milk, saffron strands and stir continously until the milk turns bit thick..add the cardamom powder, give a stir and put off the stove..Pour this saffron milk over the already prepared rasgullas, keep aside and let them cool..

Arrange them in fridge and enjoy chilled topped with pistachios..

59 comments:

  1. Just a day back tried rasgulla and here u r with ur lovely dessert..looks yummy

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  2. This is one of my favs..looks very delicious!

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  3. This is a sure delectable dessert ya! Am drooling here! :D

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  4. Mouth-watering Priya!!!! Love those Spongy beauties!!!!

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  5. I remembrseeing this in her place and this looks so so good too.

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  6. awesome, Priya...didn't know about the event, how do u manage to make something for each event in blogosphere?...Your pic is mouth wateringly delicious

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  7. Hey,

    Beautiful looking sweet...So spongy and yummy...:)

    Dr.Sameena@

    http://www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

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  8. wow This looks totally blissful and pretty!

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  9. Priya, I am coming to your house today. It is such a lovely and delicious dish, Lipsmacking!

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  10. loved those..........shall i get one pls........yummyyyyy

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  11. The payesh is very lovely! Droolworthy!

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  12. awesome sweet. we call chenna kheeri... And love it too!

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  13. சூப்பர்ர்ர்ர்,படத்தை பார்த்ததும் சாப்பிடத் தோனுது...

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  14. Looks so tempting..Thanks for sharing...

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  15. OMG ! They look terrific like rasmalai!

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  16. Lovely, quite similar to rasmalai i feel.
    FOODELICIOUS

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  17. Folks who like sweet desserts will love this one. You've made it look beautiful and sound delicious. I hope you are having a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  18. Glad you liked it Priya. Yours looks better than mine

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  19. Irresistible dessert!what a lovely white color Priya!

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  20. Lovely tempting dessert..beautiful clicks dear.

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  21. Looks yummyyy and perfect.. nice click too :)

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  22. What a delightful treat..absolutely scrumptious!

    US Masala

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  23. For Bengali like us Rasogolla is our staple sweet and this payesh is just fabulous! If possible I would love to add it with each meal of mine!

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  24. Perfect yaar.. a nice dessert to finish off ur meal..

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  25. Its very interesting and lip smacking priya......

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  26. Delicious Rasagulla payesh Priya.

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  27. absolutely delightful, looks gorgeous!

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  28. Am drooling at your pic, Priya...lovely they look

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  29. Nice idea to make a grand dessert.If my rasagullas get loose and out of shape, while making at home, I have made something like this , but yours look very rich n delicious.

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  30. Rasagullas are perfect by themselves... and if u add condensed milk, milk and all that flovors to it.. it must have tastes awesome... :) Amazing click BTW

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  31. Wow! These looks so creamy and delicious! A gr8 click too.
    Again, how do u manage to make and post so much in 1 day? :D

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  32. Lovely Iam comming Priya rosagollar payesh humm mouth watering

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  33. Yummy recipe..i too made this and it came out very well Priya..

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  34. I so have it bookmarked and thanks for linking it to our event :)

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  35. Yummmmmmmm.. its mouth watering!! M gona try it TODAYY!! Thanx Priya! :)

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  36. Hey Priya! Just a small doubt! Wt do v do with d sugar syrup? when do v add it?

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  37. will try this one for my son's birthday party adding both evaporated milk and condensed milk sounds interesting too

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  38. very tempting and mouth watering Indian Sweets. a very nice pic.

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