Instant Rasmalai | How to make Instant Rasmalai

By Sujata Limbu  |  2nd Sep 2015  |  
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  • Instant Rasmalai, How to make Instant Rasmalai
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About Instant Rasmalai Recipe

This Bengali sweet dish is as royal and delicious as it sounds. Easy to make and simply beautiful.

The delicious and mouthwatering Instant Rasmalai is enjoyed by all. This dish is often prepared for special occasions including parties or festivals. Instant Rasmalai is a good option when you want to cook something different . It is an amazing dish which is liked by people of all age groups. The flavourful ingredients are the key to the amazing taste of Instant Rasmalai. Sujata Limbu shared Instant Rasmalai recipe which can serve 8 people. The step by step process with pictures will help you learn how to make the delicious Instant Rasmalai. Try this delicious Instant Rasmalai recipe at home and surprise your family and friends. You can connect with the Sujata Limbu of Instant Rasmalai by commenting on the page. In case you have any questions around the ingredients or cooking process. The Instant Rasmalai can also be given a rating. The "What's cooking" feature can be used to share your experience when you make Instant Rasmalai with other users

Instant Rasmalai

Ingredients to make Instant Rasmalai

  • 15-16 Rasgullas
  • 250 ml milk
  • 125 ml Condensed milk
  • 7-8 pistachios peeled and sliced
  • A pinch of cardamom powder (optional)
  • A few saffron strands to garnish

How to make Instant Rasmalai

  1. Take a pan, pour in the condensed milk along with a tablespoon of milk. Whisk well.
  2. Pour in the remaining milk and let this milk mixture boil on a medium flame. Keep stirring for 5 minutes or so.
  3. Next add in the saffron strands, this will change the milk mixture to a slightly yellow colour.
  4. Put in the pistachios, cardamom powder and give it a good stir. Let this mixture come to a boil as it simmers away.
  5. Meanwhile, gently squeeze out the excess sugar syrup from the rasgullas.
  6. Now flatten these rasgullas with the palm of your hands and make them into tikki shapes.
  7. Put these flattened rasgullas into the milk mixture and let it simmer. Cook for another 5 minutes.
  8. Switch off the heat, remove the pan from the stove and keep aside to cool.
  9. Serve chilled after refrigerating it for an hour or so.

Reviews for Instant Rasmalai (73)

Vaishali Ingole2 months ago

वॉव
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AISHWARYA V NAIR4 months ago

Tastes grt:yum::ok_hand:
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Debjani Sahu Banerjee4 months ago

Wow, what an idea
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Jyoti Singh5 months ago

Superb idea...thanks
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bhavya kirpalani6 months ago

Thanku somuch .its very yummy.
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Rashmi Singh10 months ago

Nice
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Karthik Kma year ago

Very nice :) Its my favourite
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Rita Kapadiaa year ago

So good ! Like the fast method for sure. Will get the ras gullahs and make it
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Bhanu Ganatraa year ago

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Smita Bhargavaa year ago

nice and easy
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priya waheeda year ago

wow
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Shashi Singha year ago

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dr padmavathy naidua year ago

for diabetic patients instead of condensed milk has to be replaced with sugar free powder how to thicken the mixture like condensed milk
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Veena Kaula year ago

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Gullbinaz Shaikha year ago

I will try
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Gagan Chhinaa year ago

awesome recipe....
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Leena Nadara year ago

yummy
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Shikha Mankotiaa year ago

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midhu sivadasana year ago

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Sangita Agarwala year ago

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Poonam Mehana year ago

Hi Sujata Do we need to out sponge rasgullas or the normal rasgullas ..... pls suggest
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Priyanka Umrigar2 years ago

i ll try v. nice thanku so much.....
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Ishi Bhatt2 years ago

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Poonam Bhardwaj2 years ago

sweet
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Nassu ,2 years ago

wowwww so yummy
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Zaiba Hidayath Zaiba Hidayath2 years ago

wow nice
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shweta gupta2 years ago

Wowww!! Will definitely try
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Nour Saif2 years ago

ver yummy :ok_hand:
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Varsha Thakkar2 years ago

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Srinivasan Santhanam2 years ago

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Nipun Bansal2 years ago

sponge rasgullas or sugar syrup wala rasgulla?
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Jyoti Maheshwari2 years ago

condensed milk means ??
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Beena Sharma2 years ago

yummy
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Aarthi Ayyakani2 years ago

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Renu Kanwar2 years ago

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vasundhara rao2 years ago

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Manju Arora2 years ago

very nice and quick recepie thanks for sharing.It looks very tempting
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Sunita Yadav2 years ago

yummy!
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Nitu Phookan2 years ago

Yes,it's very tasty I tried it many years ago on my sister marriage.u can decorate with pista,keser and dried rose petals.
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Ruchi Malhotra2 years ago

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Manavta Khanna2 years ago

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Jyoti Madnani2 years ago

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Samistha Hasija2 years ago

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sushma sondhi2 years ago

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Soumi Paul2 years ago

really nice
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Vaishali Kulkarni2 years ago

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Bhavna Motiani2 years ago

this is so good
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Sanchita Majumder2 years ago

Wow its simple
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Shalini Bakshi2 years ago

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Bindu Nair2 years ago

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Kusum Chhawchharia2 years ago

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Prerna Verma2 years ago

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Jyotsna Bawa2 years ago

super duper
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sana Tungekar2 years ago

Good idea
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Lubna Hussain2 years ago

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Anushka Basantani2 years ago

easy and yummy
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Simran Rakheja2 years ago

good
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Kiran Lata2 years ago

good idea
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Poonam Karna2 years ago

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Harvinder Bansal2 years ago

i will try for sure.
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Deepa Mathur2 years ago

really useful recipe
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Khusum Thakur Khusum Thakur2 years ago

Thanku
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Madhu Chawla2 years ago

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Madhulika Gupta2 years ago

I try this recipe with small rasogulla with full-cream milk it comes out delicious
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Kajal Ambethkar2 years ago

Very nice.. Will surely try
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Saroj Sobti2 years ago

I will try
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Archana Jalan2 years ago

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Gita Chhabra2 years ago

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Monika Jain2 years ago

awesome
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Sangeeta Goel2 years ago

l am try
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Suvarna Sharma2 years ago

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Prathap Ruthra2 years ago

So rasmalai is nothing but a byproduct of rasagulla?
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pinky agarwal2 years ago

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