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28 Dec 2009


It is always great pleasure to see people with happy faces around! Any one can change such situation worse very easily. If one person's mind is irritated that affects the whole family.It would be a real great achievement if some one can fight with their bad thoughts and hide it from others! Yeah, success comes that way.. Two of our cousins are getting married in the new-year so here is my sweet gift to you all , very suitable for the occasion, without any change to dear Mano's recipe.. Enjoy! :)

Full cream milk powder- 1 ¼ cup
Plain flour- 1 tsp
Baking powder- 1 tsp
Cooking oil- 1 Tbsp
Egg- 1
Milk- 3 ½ or 4 cups
Sugar to taste
Saffron- a pinch
Chopped pistas- 2tbsp
Cardamom powder- 1 tsp

Sieve thrice the full cream milk powder with the plain flour, and the baking powder.
Add the cooking oil to it and mix well with the fingers.
Then add the egg and knead well.
The dough must be glossy and smooth.
Make small gooseberry sized balls and slightly flatten them.
In a vessel pour the milk with enough sugar and heat it.
When the milk starts to simmer, add the balls 6 at a time.
Keep the flame in slightly simmering condition.
When they are cooked, they will immediately rise to the top.
Then add the other batch.
Thus complete all the balls.
Turn all the balls to their other sides to cook.
Now the balls will become bigger and soft.
Add a pinch of saffron, pista and cardamom powder and allow the rasmalai cook for a few minutes.
Cool it in the fridge and then use it.


  1. Wish You a Very Happy New Year Seena! rasmalai looks perfect and tasty :)

  2. Wow yummy rasamalai dear...

  3. hi
    wish you a tasty new year with lots of sweets and yummy yummy
    rasa malai is my favourite sweet thank you so much
    mangala jayanth

  4. Wish u and ur family a Happy New Year Seena :)

  5. Mmmmmm I love some tasty rasmalai! Happy New Year!

  6. Thanks Friends! All the best to you all.. :)

  7. i make it quite similar :)

  8. Seena, Rasmalai looks delicious! Very simple to prepare too.

  9. that recipe is so unique and new to me, nice one seena :)

  10. Why did my rasmalai completely break in milk. I mean all of them disintegrated. Do reply.


  11. Sreeja, I don't know what is the reason for that, did you stir it frequently?

  12. Awesome recipe. Never I thought I could make this favourite sweet of mine! Thanks a ton. I tried out 3 of your recipes during this Deepavali hols. Rasmalai, semia bread kesari and varutharacha kozhi curry.My hubby and my sis loved all the three :) will surely try out your recipes when my mother-in-law comes this month end :)

  13. Hi Seena,

    Tried this recipe...superb...thanks Seena...

  14. is it necessary to sieve them?


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