Pahala Rasagola from Odisha, India | Best Indian Food Blog | Milk recipe

Pahala Rasagola from Odisha, India | Best Indian Food Blog | Milk recipe
Pahala Rasagola from Odisha, India | Best Indian Food Blog | Milk recipe

Location: Odisha.

Preference: Veg.

Ingredients: Milk, Chenna Water, Semolina, Sugar.

Recipe at a Glance:

Step 1: Boil milk and add chenna water for fermentation of lactose in milk.

Step 2: Turn continuously till fermentation.

Step 3: Filter it with cloth and you may keep the chenna water for further use some day and keep the dough of chenna aside.

Step 4: Knead and rub the chenna to make it finer.

Step 5: Add semolina, knead and rub to make it finer. (Chenna produced from 1 liter milk : 10 gram semolina)

Step 6: Make some small Gola (Ball) of the chenna dough. Remember, the size will become almost double after boiling.

Step 7: Melt sugar and caramelize, turn continuously.

Step 8: Add water and sugar, turn continuously to make a lite Rasa (Syrup).

Step 9: Add balls into boiling rasa and boil with cover till become soft and size in double.

Step 10: Better, let it soak for 8 hour into syrup but off flame. Video Help

It’s ready to serve, let’s taste.

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4 Comments Add yours

  1. Seems delicious. Gotta try!

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Do try, definitely delicious.

      Liked by 1 person

    1. Thank you very much!

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