Monday, October 21, 2013

Kesari Raj Bhog~~SFC~#1

Kesari Raj bhog, have you ever tasted this fantastic and succelent juicy stuffed rasgullas?? if not you are seriously missing something. Actually i never had a chance to taste of this fantastic sweet until Preeti of Simply Tadka suggested this beautiful sweet for this month's Sweet Fantasy Club where we can learn many sweets and desserts. Actually this sweet club is open to whoever have sweet tooth and love to learn many different variety of sweets and desserts.Every month, the members of this group cook two different sweets or desserts and blogs on their blogs. One of the sweet goes for Indian sweets and the second one goes for International or fusion desserts, seriously i dont want to miss this chance to learn different sweets and joined the group immediately.

For this month we have Kesari Rajbhog for Indian sweets and hot chocolate fudge for International or fusion. This Rajbhog is from Sanjeev's Kapoor and trust me these juicy,softy stuffed rasgullas are just amazing and seriously you cant stop having just with one. They are simply fantabulous and truly an excellent sweet to make and enjoy for a celebration. Dont wait, make some and celebrate diwali with this incredible sweet..This beauties are going Diwali Delicacies Event, hosted by me and Sangee Vijay of spicy treats and to Gayathri's Diwali Special.


1cup Paneer/Chenna
1tsp Maida
1tsp Semolina
20nos Pistachios
8nos Almonds
3tbsp Mawa/khoya (grated)
1/2tsp Cardamom powder
2cups Sugar
Few saffron strands

Take the paneer, knead until they turns smooth, add the maida and semolina and knead again.

Divide into 12equal portions, meanwhile soak the pistachio and almonds in warm water.

Drain and peel them, chop them roughly.

Mix the grated khoya with chopped nuts, cardamom powder, divide it as twelve equal portions.

Roll the chenna as a ball and stuff a portion of the khoya in each ball, roll them again as a medium sized balls.

Combine the sugar and two cups of water, bring it to boil and make a thin sugar syrup.

Add the saffron strands to the syrup and gently slide in the stuffed chenna balls.

Cook for few minutes in high falme and continue to cook in high flame, cook in simmer until they double their size.

Remove and let them cool completely.

Keep it in fridge and serve chilled.

36 comments:

  1. yummy and delicious juicy rasgullas...real tempting ones..

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  2. Wow! Mouth-watering and delicious rajbhog Priya :-)

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  3. Awesome.....:)Really tempting......
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  4. such a lovely dish i hv never tasted my whole life...

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  5. have seen in sweet shops, but dont remember trying it..looks tempting..

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  6. wonderful delight for diwali...looks so soft

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  7. Looks really juicy and yummy Priya.

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  8. wow this Rajbhog looks so perfect ,feel like to grab some immedietly ...yum

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  9. This Rasgullas makes me hungry anytime.. completely perfect :)

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  10. Tempting Rajbhog.I am a fan of rasgullas and now this too.

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  11. The rajbhog looks so delicious and mouthwatering..

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  12. One of my favourite dessert...anytime I can have these cuties :)

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  13. Seriously, i never tasted this one, the color and sweet looks simply delicious!

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  14. Lovely looking and delicious preparation.
    Deepa

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  15. I have not tried this Hakka, looks super delicious will surely try this...

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  16. Never had this but it looks so good.

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  17. wow super spongy and delicious rajbhog :) feel like grabbing them from my screen right now :) they are so tempting aks :)

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  18. oh my these look very tempting!!!, love the golden colour of the saffron

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  19. I love rosgollas...and if you are going to stuff it with more goodness its going to be hard to resist!

    Shobha

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  20. They look fantabulous!! Love it!

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  21. super tempting Indian sweet, love your presentation aks, looks so spongy and smooth

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  22. Looks yum. I am tempted to grab them from the screen. Rasgulla is my favourite so this one is better.

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  23. Very delicious and looks so tempting..

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  24. Wow .. That color is so so beautiful

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  25. Love the combination of the cardamom and the saffron. Beautiful color, texture, and heavenly flavor!

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  26. Oh! feel like having it right now Priya OMG, what have you done-delicious raj-bhog..I have been making them but with out the filling ..and I never dared doing that, but this inspires to try it someday..may be soon but I know it won't come out nice as yours Priya..hugs and smiles

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  27. love d bowl n really love dat rajbhog too.

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