Sunday, November 9, 2008

RM#2 Day 9 - Badam Rasmalai

One of the famous north indian sweet dish...usually i prepare them with home made paneer, this time i have completely changed my way of preparing with ricotta cheese...i baked the ricotta cheese in oven n soaked them in thick badam milk with few strands of saffron..shall we go for the recipe...

1cup Ricotta cheese (250gm)
3tsp Sugar
1/2tsp Cardamom powder

1cup Low fat milk
3tbsp Almond powder
1/2cup Sugar
1tsp Cardamom powder
few strands Saffron

Mix ricotta cheese, sugar n cardamom powder..bake them at 350F for 20-25 minutes..insert a toothpick, if they come out clean, put off the oven...let them cool for few minutes...once they get cooled, cut them as any shape as u desired...

Meanwhile grind almond powder with few tablespoons of water into fine paste..heat milk, sugar, cardamom powder n saffron strands, bring them to boil..add the grounded almond paste to the hot milk..put the flame in simmer, let them cook for few seconds...Keep aside n let them cool...

Add the already baked ricotta cheese pieces to the badam milk..dont disturb them atleast for an hour...Serve them!!!!

Sending this delicious rasmalai to: Sweet Series - Milk Sweets Spongy Texture by Paajaka
                                                   Srilekha's November Theme - Sweets

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Kitchen Chronicles said... Reply To This Comment

Rasmalai looks so rich and creamy. And it is so easy.

Divya Kudua said... Reply To This Comment

Yummy rasmalai...havent tried making it at home..ever!!;-)..ricotta cheese sounds interesting..but am not sure its available in India..;-)

Pavani said... Reply To This Comment

ooh..its tempting me priya.. i want to have right from ur bowl...i love rasamalai so much

Unknown said... Reply To This Comment

ooooho rasmalai looks so yummy one of my fav.yummmm

Bhawana said... Reply To This Comment

yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmy ras malai. Recently I made this at home, I saw that in anudivya's blog. well intially I dint like as I was searching for authentic taste. but slowly I loved it and eating as rabdi :). yday only it got finished so dear now send me some :).

CurryLeaf said... Reply To This Comment

I do not have a sweet tooth,but this one is tempting me.Lovely

Srivalli said... Reply To This Comment

looks wonderful!...very inviting!

ST said... Reply To This Comment

Rasmalai looks divine and creamy...

Mahimaa's kitchen said... Reply To This Comment

Tooooooooo good Priya.. i am ready to have..

Unknown said... Reply To This Comment

Love your almond rasmalai, looks yummy. Congrats on award.

Cham said... Reply To This Comment

Very rich and luxurious sweet treat!

Priya Suresh said... Reply To This Comment

Am happy to see u all here dears..thanks for ur awesome comments..