Friday, June 15, 2012

Mango Rasgullas ~~ My Guest Post For Jagruti

When Jagruti of Jagruti's Cooking Odyssey asked to me for a guest post, i immediately said ok.Seriously i wanted to make something specially for her. As i know she loves very much mangoes i combined my favourite famous Bengali sweets rasgullas with her favourite fruit mango, both together makes a wonderful exotic and super delicious spongy juicy rasgullas.Am so happy that Jags loved my guest post and she just posted this guest post in her space today.Do check out here.

Coming to this rasgullas, i used thick mango pulp while preparing the sugar syrup and this mango rasgullas were quite addictive,extremely delicious. My lil one who rarely love mango based desserts simply enjoyed having this super juicy rasgullas.



2litres Full fat milk
3tbsp Lemon juice
1+1/2cups Sugar
1cup Thick Mango pulp
3cups Water
1/2tsp Cardamom powder

Take the milk in a heavy bottomed vessel,bring boil and keep stirring to avoid burning of milk..

Once the milk comes to boil, start adding the lemon juice and keep stirring,put the flame in simmer and cook for few seconds until the milk solids gets separates from the whey.Switch off the heat.

Pour this curdled milk to the already lined muslin cloth over a strainer,squeeze out all the whey water and rinse the milk solids/paneer under water and squeeze out the water as much as possible.Place a heavy weight over the drained milk solids/paneer to squeeze out the water completely.

Take the paneer in a vessel,mash it well and knead for few minutes until they turns soft...make medium sized balls from the smooth dough, take care not to have any crack on the ball.

Boil the water in a pressure cooker,add the sugar,cardamom powder and mango pulp to the water,bring to boil.

Add the already prepared paneer balls to the cooking syrup. Put the lid and cook till 3 hisses.

Once the pressure gets released,open the lid and transfer the mango rasgullas to the bowl and let them cool completely.

Arrange in fridge for an hour before serving topped with sliced almonds.

35 comments:

  1. Rasgullas look so delicious dear... Loving the addition of mango

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  2. Very nice. A very unique recipe. Looks lovery.

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  3. Wow mangoes and rasagullas together,this would have tasted awesome.

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  4. omg!!these must taste divine!!!!!!

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  5. This is awesome Priya! I can imagine the flavor and taste of it.. Yummm :)

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  6. Priya, what a lovely mix of flavours!

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  7. the idea is just out of the world! too good to pass :)


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  8. wooow....am drooling...awesome dessert..love the addition of mangoes...innovative:)

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  9. Innovative and bilkul seasonal..I love your SPIRIT Priya..

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  10. Delicious Mango Rasgulla Recipe Priya.

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  11. Wow, rasgollas with mango, that is surely one addictive dessert! Love the idea and the pictures,

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  12. innovative and creative rasgulla...grt taste!

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  13. Rasgullas & mango......what an amazing combo.....love your post.

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  14. they look so yumm..very innovative and irresistible.
    Love Ash.

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  15. Un dessert très original qui doit être délicieux.
    Il ne me reste plus qu'à acheter de la mangue.
    A bientôt

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  16. Wow....never heard of mango rasgullas before. I'm sure they must be yummy.

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  17. Wow , never heard of mango rasgullas before. I'm sure they must be yummy.

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  18. yummy rasagullas..saw this yesterday at Jagruti's space too..love the bright color!!

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  19. Looks divine,innovative,love the idea dear.

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  20. Wow that a yummy dessert... Just love it...

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  21. WOW Priya, one more unique dessert from you. Looks fantastic.

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  22. wow dear !!!mango rasgullas!!!what an innovative dish !!!loved it !!!!

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  23. Ooo my y..Mango rasgulas, that is a combination of two of my fav things!!Simply awesome!

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  24. Very interesting and innovative dessert. Bookmarked.

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  25. Who can come up with such an innovative idea other than you, Priya? rasgollas look so colourful and absolutely delicious...

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  26. Can i have a bowl of rasagulla please???? mummy I want it

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  27. wow.. very innovative.. send me a bowl :)

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  28. Rasagulla and the pressure cooker. A new procedure that is unique. And looks amazing.

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  29. Wow what a color..inviting :)

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  30. Coming across this recipe for the first time! Looks delicious!

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  31. Awesome dessert, inviting flavor and looks yum...

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  32. omg!!you come up with such innovative dishes!!!

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