Wednesday, 14 June 2017

How to make Rasgulla without Khoya and refined flour

Recipe of Rasgulla without Khoya | Easy Rasgulla Recipe |Rasgulla without refined flour

Rasgulla is a famous dessert in north India which is served after a meal. You will find it in most of the dessert menus in Indian restaurants. It is a delicious Indian dessert made from ingredients which are mostly available in everyone's kitchen. Rasgulla is prepared by thickening milk, sooji/rava and sugar. It tastes best when it's cold. It can be stored up-to 3 days but remaining portion after serving has to be refrigerated.

Rasgulla,Indian sweet,dessert

It is an easy recipe in which you don't require khoya or refined flour and is prepared using sooji/rava and milk.These Rasgullas are dipped in sugar syrup and they soak the sweetness from the syrup. You will love these melt in the mouth Rasgullas. Rasgullas can also be prepared using paneer/Indian cottage cheese but I have prepared it using sooji/rava.

Rasgulla,Indian sweet,dessert

Lets start with the recipe :


Recipe Type : Dessert
Cuisine : North Indian

Preparation Time   Cooking time Total Time Yield
5 minutes30 minutes35 minutes Serves 4 

Ingredients for Rasgulla :
  • 3 cups full cream milk
  • 2 teaspoon ghee/clarified butter
  • 1 bowl sooji/rava/semolina 
  • Sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon cardamom powder/crushed cardamom
  • crushed pistachio for granishing
Preparation - Sugar Syrup
  1. In a pan, add 1 1/2 cup of water and let it boil
  2. Add 1 cup sugar in it and cook until sugar is dissolved
  3. Keep it aside 
Preparation - Rasgulla 
  1. Heat milk in a steel pan or a vessel and bring it to boil
  2. Add 2 teaspoon of ghee/clarified butter in it
  3. Add 1 bowl of sooji in it
  4. Cook it on low flame till it thickens
  5. When milk will be thickened and quantity reduced to less scarp the sides of the pan as some of the thickened milk will stick to it.
  6. Add 2 teaspoon sugar and cardamom powder in it
  7. Cook it for 5 more minutes on low flame and stir often 
  8. When it is thick enough, turn off the flame and keep it aside till it cools down
  9. Make small round balls from the batter
  10. Heat the sugar syrup and add the cooked Rasgullas in the sugar syrup
  11. Dip rasgullas in sugar syrup for 3 hours so that it soak the syrup
  12. Garnish it with chopped pistachios 
  13. You can serve it hot or cold
Rasgulla,Indian sweet,dessert


10 comments:

  1. Looks like a wonderful dessert! Love its creamy colour.

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  2. These look wonderful! Such a neat texture, and bet their flavor is terrific. Thanks!

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  3. ohhh so good ^_^
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  4. this sounds so unique and delicious! i love the taste of cardamom and the subtle sweetness of this dessert sounds dreamy. :)

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  5. Such an amazing post dear!

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  6. Looks interesting, dear! xoxo

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  7. What a simple, dreamy dessert! I'd be back for seconds!

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  8. This is completely new to me, but I would love to try it!

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  9. I so agree with the easiness. Suji seem a good substitute compared to koya. This recipe is my keeper, I love rasgulla to its core.

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