Rashomalai from West Bengal, India | Best Indian Food Blog | Milk recipe

Rashomalai from West Bengal, India | Best Indian Food Blog
Rashomalai from West Bengal, India | Best Indian Food Blog | Milk recipe

Location : West Bengal.

Preference : Veg.

Ingredients : Lime, Milk, Sugar, Water, Cardamom.

Recipe at a Glance :

Step 1 : Boil milk.

Step 2 : Add lime juice into boiling milk for fermentation of lactose to make chhena.

Step 3 : Filter chhena using a cloth and drain the water as much as possible.

Step 4 : Knead the chhena and make a fine dough.

Step 5 : Make some small balls of chhena using your both palms.

Step 6 : Make a sugar syrup by boiling sugar with water.

Step 7 : Put chhena balls into the boiling syrup and boil for few minutes till they soak the syrup well.

Step 8 : Let them cool and leave for few hours to soak well.

Step 9 : Boil milk and cardamom.

Step 10 : Add sugar or sugar syrup.

Step 11 : Boil the milk to make it thicker that is called malai.

Step 12 : Put all soaked chhena balls into the malai and let it cool and soak. Video Help

It’s ready to serve, let’s taste.

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5 Comments Add yours

  1. I don’t use cardamom enough..

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Optional, gives a sweet aroma. Do try.

      Liked by 1 person

  2. Cardamom says:

    Using green cardamom is a very good idea in your recipes. It’s the simplest and the best way to harness the health benefits of cardamom on a daily basis.

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    1. Ha ha…absolutely! But Cardamom should be available every day while cooking also!


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