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Monday, April 28, 2014

Ricotta Rasmalai (Ricotta in creamy milk) - 300th post

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I had one cup of ricotta in my fridge which I can not use it in any dish, so was confused where to use this? then had half can of evaporated milk and half pint of heavy cream there too. First I don't like leftover containers in my fridge , I like to use it all quickly otherwise I go crazy over all those containers so I took out all three containers and think , how "Chopped" chef would react? And then light bulb , tada, Rasmalai. I really love milk based dessert and this all ingredients screaming nothing else but yummy delicious ras malai. So here it is , beware its not that spongy as paneer one but to create best of the leftover , its all worth it. When I gave my husband after diner, he cleaned his bowl with water, I asked him want more? he said no will have it tomorrow, don't want to finish today. I made only six so we savor it slowly and happily.

Oh By the way, this is my 300th post so enjoy this sweet dish and thank you all for your continuous support.

Ingredients:

1 cup Ricotta cheese
1/4 cup sugar or as per taste
1 cup evaporated milk
1/2 cup heavy milk
1 cup whole milk
few almonds chopped
few saffron strings
sugar as per taste
cardamom powder as per taste

Method:

Preheat the oven at 350F.

Mix ricotta with sugar and cardamom powder and mix it nicely.
Put it in baking dish , preferably muffin tin.
Spread it in each muffin holes evenly the ricotta mixture.
Bake it for 25-30 minutes or edges become little pale or yellowish in color.
Mean while , in a big pan, add all the milk and sugar, cardamom powder and saffron, nuts  and cook till its thickens.
With Evaporated milk and cream, it will take only 10 minutes or less.
When ricotta is done, take it out and let it cool completely.
Let the milk also cool completely.
When both are cold, take the  bowl and first put circles of ricotta in bowl and then pour creamy milk on top of it.
Put it in fridge to chilled.
At the time of serving, take out one or two rasmalai and top it with milk and some chopped almond and cherry on top and serve it.



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26 comments:

  1. Congrats on your 300th post, creamy rasmalai looks yummy

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  2. Congrats Linsy, way to go gal.. Nice and very delectable ricotta rasmalai, fantastic short cut from the tradiitional one.

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  3. Congratulations on your 300th post...Rasamalai looks so yummy and inviting.

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  4. congrats dear...awesome presentation

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  5. Ras malai looks delicious! Congrats on your 300th post and keep it going!

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  6. Wow Linsy!! Congratulations on 300th post!! Such a great idea to use the leftovers!! Rasmalai is a favorite here too!!

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  7. Something that I am so tempted to try. I love such a dessert. But ricotta is too expensive over here.

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    1. Nava, I have recipe how to make ricotta at home, check it out , its easy.

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  8. Congrats!!! Rasmalai looks yum..

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  9. Wow..such a cute luking dessert..love it...congrats too.

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  10. congrats on 300th post.. So tempting dessert

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  11. Congrats on your milestone dear,I love rasmalai and these look yummmy :)

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  12. Looks so so yummy ...many congratulations linsy .Wish i could get some for me ,i guess it was already over because u made only 6 .

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  13. congrats ricotta rasamalai looks awesome.

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  14. Congrats Linsy! that's a yummy dessert..

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  15. congrats on ur 300 th post.. n sure its a yummy 1

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  16. oh... this is a perfect treat for your 300th post... well done!!!

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  17. congrats! Great idea to make yummy desert in minutes...

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  18. Congrats Sweety!!...such a yummy treat ..perfect way to celebrate...

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  19. Congrats for your 3oo th post ........delicious Rasmalai:)

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  20. Congrats for 300th post...looks so yummy and perfect for occasion...

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  21. Congratulations dear and nice recipe....yummy....

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