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Prepare Ras Malai Recipe step by step explained

  About the recipe    Ras Malai is a popular Indian sweet. Learn how to make/prepare Ras malai by following this easy recipe. Ras Malai is typical Bengali sweet which drips of delicious sugar syrup with every bite is the pride of the state. One reaches a state of euphoria with every bite of this delectable sweet.   Difficulty     : Medium Recipe Type : Veg.     What Ingredients it Requires ?       200 gms Cottage Cheese 2 cups Sugar 1 litre Milk 1 tsp Cardamom Powder 1 tsp Almonds (chopped) 1 tsp Pistachios (chopped) How to prepare the recipe: Mix milk, cardamom powder and 1/2 cup sugar. Boil till gets reduced to its half. Make balls from cottage cheese and flatten them in centre. Prepare sugar syrup. Boil the syrup over medium heat, till all the sugar is dissolved. Put paneer balls in it and boil it for few minutes. Add paneer balls in the milk sugar mixture. Keep it for cooling. Garnish with almonds and pistachios. Ras Malai is ready to eat. Serve chilled.   Improve the Recipe with

Khoya mawa gulab jamun recipe step by step

    About the recipe    Traditional gulab jamun recipe made with khoya. Gulab jamun was originally prepared with milk solids known as khoya / mawa /kova which is made by condensing full fat milk. There are also many modern versions of making gulab jamun using milk powder, potato, sweet potato and even with bread. But the taste of the khoya gulab jamun is much superior from all these & is rich, soft, juicy and light. To make this gulab jamun recipe, you can use homemade khoya or store bought one. I have used store bought one as making khoya at home needs hours of hard work. This recipe can also be used to make dry gulab jamun and kala jamun. The texture of this Khoya gulab jamun is soft, yet slightly firm with no grits. They soak up the sugar syrup well and turn juicy after soaking. This recipe can be doubled or even tripled. But make sure you have a helping hand to make the balls as the dough & balls begins to dry up and lead to cracks if not fried in time. The key to making go

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