To make your celebrations extra sweet, here is a unique recipe that would brighten up your spirits. Rasmalai is a sweet dish popular in many homes. The soft paneer balls immersed in sweet flavoured milk melt in the mouth and the delicious dessert is perfect for any celebration. Add a little zing to it, and learn how to make thandai rasmalai in simple steps.
1 litre — Milk
50 ml — Vinegar
100 gm — Ice
1 kg — Sugar syrup
50 gm — Refined flour
70 ml — Water
20 gm — Pistachio
10 gm — Gold leaf
1/2 gm — Saffron
5 gm — Elaichi powder
100 gm — Sugar
500 gm — Milk
10 drops — Thandai
20 gm — Almonds
20 gm — Pine nuts
* In a pan add milk and bring it to boil. Once boiled add vinegar and once milk get separated add ice into it. Strain the mixture through a muslin cloth and keep the chena (paneer) with some heavy weight so that all the water is released from the mixture. No residues should be left of vinegar water into the mixture.
* Make the sugar syrup from 1kg sugar and 300gm water and boil it for a thick consistency.
* Once the water is released from the chena (paneer) make small balls with adding flour into it and add into the sugar syrup. Cook for 10 mins.
* Boil 500 gm milk separately, add saffron, elachi powder and sugar 50 gm and add rasmalai into it .cook for 10 mins.
* Once the rabri is set with rasmalai into it.
* Put in the fridge and garnish it with almonds, pine nuts, pistachio and gold leaf.
* Add a few drops of thandai in it.
* Serve chilled.