Rose Milk Fruit Cake | How to make Rose Milk Fruit Cake

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BySushma Iyer
Created on 16th Jul 2017
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  • By Sushma Iyer
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About Rose Milk Fruit Cake

Rose Milk Fruit Cake is a triple layered dessert and an easy way to introduce fresh fruits in your kids diet and make them drink their milk actually eat their milk

Rose Milk Fruit Cake, a deliciously amazing recipe to treat your family members. This recipe of Rose Milk Fruit Cake by Sushma Iyer will definitely help you in its preparation. Surprisingly the preparations for Rose Milk Fruit Cake can be done within 5 minute. Isn't it interesting. Also, the time taken for cooking Rose Milk Fruit Cake is not very much. With such flavoursome ingredients, the dish is definitely going to come out superb! This recipe is almost perfect to serve 8 people.A lot of times making Paneer Tikka can be quite tricky, so the recipe in Better Butter can help you in making it. The aroma which arises while cooking Rose Milk Fruit Cake is just too tempting. Cooking Rose Milk Fruit Cakeat home might be a little tedious but when your whole family would enjoy the meal, all your efforts would be totally worth it. The recipe can be turned and twisted in a lot of ways to make it more interesting. This recipe of Rose Milk Fruit Cake is so simple and easy that even beginners can try it out. So, the next time you have a party at home do not forget to check out the recipe ofRose Milk Fruit Cake from Better Butter.

  • Prep Time5mins
  • Cook Time25mins
  • Serves8People
Rose Milk Fruit Cake

Ingredients to make Rose Milk Fruit Cake

  • For the Fruit Layer
  • 2 Cups Water
  • 2 tsp Agar Agar powder
  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 2 cups chopped fruits (pineapple, kiwi, mangoes, blueberries, grapes etc)
  • For the Milk Layer
  • 1/2 cup Milk
  • 1/4 cup water
  • 1/4 cup Yogurt
  • 1 tsp Agar Agar
  • 3 tbsp sugar
  • Rose Milk Layer
  • 1/2 cup Milk
  • 1/4 cup water
  • 3 tbsp Rose Water
  • 1 tbsp sugar
  • Edible colour

How to make Rose Milk Fruit Cake

  1. For the fruit layer
  2. In a saucepan, add agar agar powder to cold water. Switch on the gas. Keep on stirring until the agar agar dissolves (refer notes).
  3. Bring it to a boil. To check whether the agar agar is completely dissolved; dip the spoon into the syrup take it out and look closely to find any specs on the spoon.
  4. No specks means the powder is dissolved and you are good to go. If there is still some specks then simmer the water for a minute more.
  5. Take it off from the flame. Add sugar and stir to dissolve.
  6. Pour a ladle full of this syrup onto your cake pan. Arrange 1 cup of fruits in a way that you get a good selection of each fruit in the piece that you cut and serve later on.
  7. Pour some more water and arrange the remaining cup of water. Repeat until all the fruits and syrup are used up. (refer notes). Allow the mixture to set at room temperature.
  8. For the Milk Layer
  9. Give the saucepan a rinse and use it for the next layer. Add in milk, water and agar agar powder. Switch on the gas. Stir continuously until the powder dissolves and the milk boils.
  10. Once boiled do the spoon test to see if agar agar is dissolved completely by lifting up the spoon and looking for specks.
  11. Switch off the gas and sugar and yogurt and stir to dissolve. (I know what you are thinking the milk might split right don't worry it will come well at the end)
  12. Check whether the first layer is partially set by touching it gently with your fingers. Then with the help of back of your spoon slowly and gently pour the milk layer on top.
  13. Allow this to set too at room temperature.
  14. For the Rose Milk Layer
  15. In the same saucepan, add agar agar to milk and water mixture. Switch on the gas and repeat the usual process. That is bring it to a boil by stirring continuously. Look for specks and remove from the flame.
  16. Add sugar, rose water and edible colour and stir to dissolve. Check whether the milk layer is set by gently touching it. Pour this rose milk layer on top using the back of your spoon. Allow this to set too.
  17. For Unmolding the cake
  18. Run a off-set spatula around the sides of the cake tin taking care not to cut through the actual cake layers or disturb the fruits.
  19. Insert a toothpick on 4 sides of the cake.
  20. Place a plate upside down and invert the cake pan. Gently tap the pan to release the fruit cake and voila your delicious three layered dessert is ready.
My Tip: 1.It is important to stir the agar agar mixture continuously while making this Rose Milk Fruit Cake as it tends to settle at the bottom and won’t be dissolved completely and the cake might then not set. 2. Now while pouring the sugar syrup or any milk layer; it is necessary to note the height of the cake pan. You might be left out with just a tbsp of syrup. Please consider the height of the pan bearing in mind that you need to pour two more layers on top. I have used a 6inch cake pan today. 8 inch cake pan works fine too. 3. You can use a silicon mold cake pan so that it is easy to unmold the cake from it but I just went with what I had at home. 4.The Rose Milk Fruit cake aka jelly cake is not at all sweet. If your family prefers a sweeter jelly then I would highly recommend you to increase the sweetness. Like I said this a best way to make your kids eat fruits so not added much of sugar. You might want to increase the sweetness. 5. You can use instead coconut milk or almond milk instead of plain milk for a flavour or to make it vegan. 6. The big concern – splitting of milk in the second layer while adding yogurt. Ofcourse the milk will split to form paneer when you add yogurt to hot milk. But it won’t affect the layering and what you will end up with is the flavour of paneer in your dish which my family liked. If you are concerned or skeptical about using yogurt then just skip it and use same amount of milk instead. 7. I could not find rose syrup here hence used edible colour to bring out that pink colour. But if you can find it then just go ahead and use that.

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