Rasgulla | How to make Rasgulla

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ByRuchi Shah
Created on 22nd Nov 2015
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  • By Ruchi Shah
    Created on 22nd Nov 2015

About Rasgulla

Authentic sweet of West Bengal. But I don’t think other regions also need any introduction for this spongy sweet. Super spongy, soft, mouth melting and delicious homemade Rasgulla is super easy to make.

Rasgulla is a delicious dish which is liked by the people of every age group. Rasgulla by Ruchi Shah is a step by step process which is best to understand for the beginners. Rasgulla is a dish which comes from West Bengal cuisine and is very much popular throughout the worldwide This recipe is perfect to serve 4 people. You can find this dish at almost every restaurant and you can also prepare this at your home. It is an easy recipe which doesn't take so much time. This amazing and mouthwatering Rasgulla takes few minute for the preparation and 360 minute for cooking. The aroma of this Rasgulla make you more hungry and you couldn't stop yourself from having this. When you want to prepare something very tasty and delicious for any party or special occasion then Rasgulla will be the best option for you. The flavor of Rasgulla is unforgettable and you will enjoy each and every bite of this. Try this Rasgulla at your weekends and impress your family and friends.

  • Prep Time0mins
  • Cook Time6Hours
  • Serves4People
Rasgulla

Ingredients to make Rasgulla

  • 1 liter Cow Milk
  • 1 Lemon Juice
  • 1/4 tsp Cardamom Powder
  • 1.5 cup Sugar
  • Few strands of saffron

How to make Rasgulla

  1. In a heavy bottomed vessel boil milk. Keep stirring occasionally so it won't burn or stick at the bottom. Once it starts boiling, make the flame low. Add lemon juice. Stir properly. Allow it to curdle properly.
  2. If you feel it is not curdled fully, add some more lemon juice. One can notice milk will curdle fully and the separated water-whey which colour is slightly greenish. Now strain the milk on a smooth muslin cloth.
  3. Wash the chena by pouring a glass of water on it. Gather all the sides of the cloth and hang for sometime. Make sure chena should not get too dry nor too moist. It will take around 30-35 minutes to drain the chena
  4. Take 1.5 cups sugar and 5 cups of water in a broad vessel. Keep on a medium flame. Add Cardamom Powder. Make sure the vessel you use should be large enough big as this cottage cheese balls need space to rise.
  5. Take the drained cottage cheese and start kneading. Make sure its crumbly else it is impossible to knead. For me it took around 6-7 minutes to get ghee out of it. It will turn into a soft dough. Make small crack less balls.
  6. Add these balls to the boiling sugar syrup. Cover the vessel. Cook for 12-15 minutes. Take a test, take a rasgulla out of the syrup and keep in a glass full of water. If it sinks its done and if it floats it needs to be cooked more.
  7. The rasgullas will double in size. Now carefully with a spoon take out each rasgulla and keep in drinking water. Make sure there should be enough water for rasgullas. Keep in this drinking water for 30 minutes.
  8. Once the sugar syrup is warm (Not too hot or boiling) add saffron strands and mix well. After 30 minutes take out the soft spongy rasgulla from the water, squeeze lightly and keep again in the sugar syrup.
  9. You can feel the softness when you touch with your fingers. Now allow it to soak sugar syrup for at least 4-5 hours. One can garnish with pistachios. Serve Chilled.

Reviews for Rasgulla (5)

Priynnka Oswal8 months ago
Hey ruchi.. I faced two problems.. First the rasgullas didn't become double size and second when I kept those in fridge for chilling after 4-5 hours, I felt it little hard while eating.. Please solve my queries. Thanks.
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Daxa Thacker8 months ago
I like it yummy
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Ranjana Goyala year ago
nice receipe
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Archana Karode2 years ago
tempting
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Pranav Shah2 years ago
Hi Ruchi, I have uploaded a Rasgulla recipe as well. A little different from yours. Do check it out :)
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