Thursday, 25 April 2013

Homemade Rosogolla/Rasgulla

Rosogolla is a famous Bengali traditional sweet dish which is also well-known throughout the world. None of the occasions are complete without rosogolla in Bengal. This is basically originated at another Indian state, Orissa. This sweet is famous for it's simplicity & purity. Here I am sharing the recipe of making rosogolla at home. You can make it any time and surprise your near & dear ones.


Ingredients

Chhana - make chhana from 1 litre milk
Sugar - 2cups
Green Cardamom - 2 or 3

Procedure

1. Make chhana from 1 litre milk. See how to make chhana. While making chhana you have to keep in mind that there should not be moisture in it. 
2. Now knead this chhana very well with the help of your palm & fingers. This is the secret of making soft rosogollas. More you knead the chhana it will be softer and fluffy. After kneading the chhana, divide it into equal size balls (lemon size each).
3. Now take one and half cup of water into pressure cooker and add green cardamom & sugar into it. 
Sugar should dissolve completely. 
4. When the syrup starts boiling add the round shaped chhana balls into it. Now cover the lid and allow two whistles on high flame, later slow the flame and allow 2-3 whistles again. 
 5. Allow to release the pressure on it's own, do not force release the pressure. Open the lid and you will get your soft & fluffy rosogolla inside. Few people like to eat "Garam Rosogolla" however you can cool and serve them.


 

12 comments:

  1. Lovely rasgullas, it looks really soft and delicious. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Very nice and yummy rosogollas.My all time favourite.
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  3. Bapok Tasty.. Srishti toh ate half of my share

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  4. wow it looks so soft and spongy.. homemade are always the best..

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  5. Superb! Very well made rasogullas Amrita.

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  8. so soft and so spongy rasagullas!! very inviting!! Thanks for linking it to my event!! Looking for more yummy recipes!!
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