Sponge Rasgulla | How to make Sponge Rasgulla

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By Poonam Bachhav
Created on 27th Nov 2015
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About Sponge Rasgulla

A spongy syrupy dessert made from chenna (cottage cheese). These soft and spongy white balls are drenched in chilled sugar syrup and can make any mouth water. This recipe gave me the perfect Bengali Sponge Rasgulla. Make sure you use whole Cow milk for making Rasgullas and for soft chenna, use curd or left out whey. If using lemon juice, add lemon juice in lukewarm water and use it. 1 liter milk will give you approximately 17-19 Rasgullas of medium size.

Sponge Rasgulla, a marvelous creation to spice up your day. The relishing flavours, the appealing texture and the amazing aroma of Sponge Rasgulla is just mouth-watering. This amazing recipe is provided by Poonam Bachhav. Be it kids or adults, no one can resist this delicious dish. How to make Sponge Rasgulla is a question which arises in people's mind quite often. So, this simple step by step Sponge Rasgulla recipe by Poonam Bachhav. Sponge Rasgulla can even be tried by beginners. A few secret ingredients in Sponge Rasgulla just makes it the way it is served in restaurants. Sponge Rasgulla can serve 10 people. So, the next time you have a get together or a party at home, don't forget to check and try out Sponge Rasgulla.

  • Prep Time30mins
  • Cook Time30mins
  • Serves10People

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Sponge Rasgulla

Ingredients to make Sponge Rasgulla

  • Milk - 1 Liter
  • Sugar - 2 cups
  • Curd 4-5 tsp
  • Lemon juice - 2 tbsp
  • few drops of rose essence
  • Kewda water
  • A pinch of Cardamom powder (optional)
  • 8-10 Ice cubes or cold water

How to make Sponge Rasgulla

  1. Boil the milk, keep stirring. Turn off the gas and add in the curd. Keep stirring as the milk curdles and add in a few ice cubes. Strain through a muslin or cheesecloth. Wash the chenna under running water. Squeeze out the excess water and hang it for 30 minutes.
  2. In a deep pot, add 10 cups of water and 2 cups of sugar. Add 2 drops of rose essence or kewada water or cardamom powder at this stage. Turn on the gas. Add 1 tsp milk into the syrup, this will form scum that floats up which can be removed with a strainer. Take the chenna out from the cheesecloth, it should become dry but a little moist. Knead this until there are no lumps.
  3. Make smooth round balls of 1 inch diameter. (Add 1 tsp of unroasted semolina to helps bind this mixture - Optional).
  4. Once the syrup starts boiling, add the balls into it and cover it with a lid. Add only 6-7 balls at a time, as they double up their size, there should be enough space for them to swim in the syrup to ensure they do not lose their shape.
  5. Keep it on a medium to high flame as the water should be continuously and vigorously boiling .Set the timer for 15 minutes. Open the lid after 5 minutes and stir the rasgullas carefully.
  6. You will notice that the rasgullas have expanded and are almost double their size. Cover it and repeat after 10 minutes. Transfer the rasgullas in a bowl after 15 minutes with a good amount of syrup and wait for 7-8 hours before serving it.
  7. As the rasgullas will need this time to hold their shape and the flavors get infused in them well. Serve these chilled.

Reviews for Sponge Rasgulla (14)

Sri Lasya Addala10 months ago
Superb rasgulla I love rasgulla
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Veena Kaliaa year ago
very nice
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Priyanka Umrigara year ago
i ll try thanku
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Renusoni2702@gmail.com Renua year ago
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tripti singh gautama year ago
i'll try
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Sukhdip Kaura year ago
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Vvarsha Thakkara year ago
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Chetana Nathwania year ago
for Rasgulla cow milk better or full cream milk ?
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Deepika Sareena year ago
hi tried this recipe but my rasgulla were not very spongy. though they were soft and increase in size. I kneded dough for 2-3 min as my qty was less but I did till my plate got greasy. can u tell what cud be reason. shd I try with baking soda?
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Pramila Nalwaya2 years ago
Really very well explained.I tried rasgulla many times but they became slightly hard..will try according to ur recipe.
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dr padmavathy naidu2 years ago
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Bhoomi Thakker2 years ago
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Lipika Shah2 years ago
Very well explained. Thanks so much for sharing
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Rohini Pagar-Jadhav2 years ago
Looks really delicious.explained in very easy steps.
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