rasmalai recipe with milk powder | eggless milk powder rasmalai recipe

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rasmalai recipe with milk powder | eggless milk powder rasmalai recipe with detailed photo and video recipe. a simple and easy way of preparing the milk based dessert rasmalai recipe with milk solids or milk powder. it is quick fix or cheat version of rasmalai recipe without much hassle of curdling the milk and neither without any chenna and sugar syrup.
eggless milk powder rasmalai reciperasmalai recipe with milk powder | eggless milk powder rasmalai recipe with step by step photo and video recipe. traditionally rasmalai is prepared by curdling the fresh full cream milk by adding lime juice or vinegar. once the milk is curdled it is converted to chenna by kneading the milk solids which is later boiled in sugar syrup and then served with milk rabdi or rabri recipe. however this recipe completely skips curdling and chenna with sugar syrup boiling.

bengali recipes are almost synonymous to milk based desserts or sweets like rasgulla or rasmalai recipes. with respect to rasmalai, there are several variations to it and eggless milk powder rasmalai recipe is one such easy variations. basically in this recipe the milk powder is used to prepare instant peda which is then served with sweetened evaporated milk with dry fruits. however, this recipe is eggless version and generally rasmalai recipe with milk powder is prepared with egg which helps to hold the shape of milk peda. having said that this recipe is a eggless version.

rasmalai recipe with milk powderfurthermore, some important tips and recommendations for a perfect rasmalai recipe with milk powder. firstly, i have used the full cream milk powder to prepare the peda and i would heavily recommend to use the same. also while preparing the peda, make sure to mix it in a low flame. secondly, do not boil the peda in hot rabdi, otherwise the peda may dissolve by loosing it shape. lastly, after adding the rabri to milk peda, rest it for 30 minutes before serving.

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rasmalai recipe with milk powder | eggless milk powder rasmalai recipe
 
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easy rasmalai recipe with milk powder | eggless milk powder rasmalai recipe
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Recipe type: dessert
Cuisine: indian
Serves: 8 Servings
Ingredients
for rabri / rabdi:
  • 4 cup milk, full cream
  • ½ tsp cardamom powder
  • few threads saffron / kesar
  • ¼ cup sugar
  • 2 tbsp dry fruits, chopped
for milk powder rasmalai:
Instructions ( 1 cup =255 ml)
  1. firstly, prepare the rabdi by boiling 4 cup milk.
  2. stir occasionally, to prevent milk from burning at the bottom.
  3. now add ½ tsp cardamom powder and few threads saffron.
  4. also add ¼ cup sugar. add more sugar if required.
  5. stir well and simmer for 5 minutes.
  6. scrape off the cream from sides and allow milk to thicken.
  7. add in 2 tbsp dry fruits like cashew, almonds and pistachios.
  8. simmer for another 5 minutes stirring occasionally.
  9. finally, the rabri is ready once the milk thickens. keep aside.
  10. prepare the rasmalai from milk powder by taking 1 cup milk powder in a large kadai.
  11. add in 2 tbsp powdered sugar and ¼ cup milk.
  12. kepping the flame on low, stir continuously till the milk combines well with milk powder.
  13. scrape from bottom till the milk thickens and no lumps present.
  14. now add ½ tsp ghee and mix well.
  15. mix till the mixture starts to separate from the pan and forms a lump.
  16. further, grease hands with ghee and prepare small balls and flatten.
  17. finally, pour rabdi and serve instant milk powder rasmalai.


how to make eggless milk powder rasmalai with step by step photo:

  1. firstly, prepare the rabdi by boiling 4 cup milk.
    rasmalai recipe with milk powder
  2. stir occasionally, to prevent milk from burning at the bottom.
    rasmalai recipe with milk powder
  3. now add ½ tsp cardamom powder and few threads saffron.
    rasmalai recipe with milk powder
  4. also add ¼ cup sugar. add more sugar if required.
    rasmalai recipe with milk powder
  5. stir well and simmer for 5 minutes.
    rasmalai recipe with milk powder
  6. scrape off the cream from sides and allow milk to thicken.
    rasmalai recipe with milk powder
  7. add in 2 tbsp dry fruits like cashew, almonds and pistachios.
    eggless milk powder rasmalai recipe
  8. simmer for another 5 minutes stirring occasionally.
    eggless milk powder rasmalai recipe
  9. finally, the rabri is ready once the milk thickens. keep aside.
    eggless milk powder rasmalai recipe
  10. prepare the rasmalai from milk powder by taking 1 cup milk powder in a large kadai.
    eggless milk powder rasmalai recipe
  11. add in 2 tbsp powdered sugar and ¼ cup milk.
    eggless milk powder rasmalai recipe
  12. keeping the flame on low, stir continuously till the milk combines well with milk powder.
    eggless milk powder rasmalai recipe
  13. scrape from bottom till the milk thickens and no lumps present.
    eggless milk powder rasmalai recipe
  14. now add ½ tsp ghee and mix well.
    eggless milk powder rasmalai recipe
  15. mix till the mixture starts to separate from the pan and forms a lump.
    eggless milk powder rasmalai recipe
  16. further, grease hands with ghee and prepare small balls and flatten.
    eggless milk powder rasmalai recipe
  17. finally, pour rabdi and serve instant milk powder rasmalai.
    rasmalai recipe with milk powder


notes:

  • firstly, adjust the consistency of rabdi to your preference.
  • also if you are looking of preparing rasmalai from chenna look at traditional rasmalai recipe.
  • additionally, cook the rasmalai on low to medium flame to avoid from burning.
  • finally, instant milk powder rasmalai taste great when served after 30 minutes, as it absorbs rabri.

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Hebbar's Kitchen is all about Indian veg recipes. This blog is managed by me Archana and my husband, Sudarshan. I try to post my recipes with simple & easily available ingredients from kitchen. These posts are usually supported by short videos and photo recipes. Learn interesting recipes and share your feedback, as your feedback means a lot to me.

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