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Tuesday, November 27, 2007

RASAGULLA / CREAM CHEESE BALLS IN SYRUP


Ingredients :


Syrup :
Sugar - 4 cups
Water - 3 cups
Flour - 1 Tsp
Chenna(Chenna is a crumbly, moist form of Paneer) - 8 Ounce

Method :

1) Make the syrup by bringing the sugar and water to a boil. Turn off the heat and set aside.

2) Combine the chenna and flour and shape into balls. Reheat the syrup and when it is boiling, add the balls and simmer for about 20 minutes. Add another 2 table spoons of water to the syrup every 5 minutes to replace water evaporation: this is essential to avoid having the syrup become too thick.

3) When the cream cheese balls are cooked, remove from the syrup. drain and keep covered in water until required. Serve with one or two spoons of the syrup poured over the top.

Recipe Source :"The food Of Asia" by Kong Foong Ling.



28 comments:

vimmi said...

Yummy. Rusgullas have been my fav right from childhood. They look delicious.

Jyothi said...

Really looks great and delicious. Thanks for sharing.

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Nags said...

u actually made these?! wow! amazing!

easycrafts said...

wow..rasgullas...my mouth is watering

Padmaja said...

Viji!! My favourite of all indian sweets, We rely on haldirams here as we don't get good ones dear. I am gonna try for christam this year!! thank you yaar for the amazing recipe!!

Anu said...

Wow! looks yummy and delicious..never tried making them :)

Puspha said...

I´ve never eaten this but it definately looks fab.

Asha said...

Yummy! I have never tried to make then at home so far!:)

Rina said...

Rusagulla mita mita!!!No doubt this sweet is Inida's Shan. I always wanted to try this but never made it. You inspire me to try it.

sunita said...

Rasagullas...now you really have me drooling here..haven't had them for ages...thanks for the recipe.

Latha Narasimhan said...

Yummy rasagollas! Tried twice but failedto get it right! :) After seeing here I am tempted to try again! :)

Swaroopa said...

looks gr8....thanx 4 sharing...

Happy cook said...

Delicious rasagullas.
And home made too.

Cynthia said...

Ouuuuu, this must taste so good.

Viji said...

Thanks Vimmi.Even my fav sweet is rasgulla :-).I had a friend in college by name vimmi.U reminded me of her :-)

Viji said...

Thanks jyothi.

Viji said...

Thanks Nags.I love this sweet,and I had tried it many times few yrs back and this time i found an easy recipe and it came out very well;-)

Viji said...

Yah easycrafts,its an mouthwatering sweet for all sweet lovers.

Viji said...

you r welcome padmaja.Happy cooking and advance happy X'mas.Enjoy.

Viji said...

Thanks Anu,hope you try this recipe and u will love it.

Viji said...

Thanks Pushpa.Ohhhh never tasted rasgulla??It really is one o the the famous sweet and tasty sweet of India.try out this,u will love it.

Viji said...

Yah making rasgullas at home is risky,never predict whether it will come out well or no.But this one is really good,I loved it and its easy.

Viji said...

I'm happy that i'm able to inspire people to prepare some dishes which they have never tried Rina.Hope u like it.

Viji said...

Yah same here Sunita,I too had not tasted rasgullas for yrs,but somehow the recipe in the book inspired me and i was happy to have it and it was yummy:-)

Viji said...

Thanks latha.When u r tempted to try it,i suggest u to hit the kitchen soon,or else we will never make it ;-) rt??

Viji said...

thanks Swaroopa.

Viji said...

Yah Happycook,home made once,and i'm happy that it came out well.

Viji said...

You r right cynthia :-)