North Indian Style Ras Malai

North Indian sweet - North Indian Style Ras Malai

North Indian Style Ras Malai | Pachakam

North Indian Style Ras Malai

North Indian sweet - North Indian Style Ras Malai

By sumin firosh

Published On: 09 Oct 2006

Rating: 4
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1 Hour
Served : 4
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Step 1

In a vessel, mix milk and sugar and boil it for 10 mins.

Step 2

Add cardamom powder and saffron. Let it boil on a slow flame.

Step 3

Mix together milk powder, maida and baking powder well in a bowl.

Step 4

Add one lightly beaten egg and ghee.

Step 5

Knead it into a dough.

Step 6

Make 20 - 22 small balls off it.

Step 7

Put these balls into the boiling milk.

Step 8

Cook for 10 - 12 mins.

Step 9

Remove from heat.

Step 10

Garnish it with finely chopped pistachios.

Step 11

:- Serve it cool.


the balls melted when i put them in the milk..... does anyone know y???


Thank you for this wonderfull receipe.I used to do ras malai with ricota cheese but this is the best...!!! I used sweetened condensed milk instead of sugar and wow can`t resist really.After putting the balls in milk I had to switch it off after 7mim b`cos they looked too soft I thought they might break.Good job..please post receipe`s like this.


ver ver tasty....................................


This is the perfect measurment for rasmalai.i got the same one and it comes out perfect with this measurement.go for this recipe if u want to make me.Careful,not to use i heaped tablespoon of maida,instead use just a tablespoon.Check out the baking powder,if the date is expired,it might not puff up and also shrink later on causing the centre to be hard!


yery easy make with a delicious result

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