Baked Rosogolla | How to make Baked Rosogolla

By Sharmistha Cheema  |  24th May 2016  |  
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About Baked Rosogolla Recipe

Rosogolla is one of the most famous mithais of Bengal and this dish takes the dish to another level.

Baked Rosogolla is one dish which makes its accompaniments tastier. With the right mix of flavours, Baked Rosogolla has always been everyone's favourite. This recipe by Sharmistha Cheema is the perfect one to try at home for your family. The Baked Rosogolla recipe is very simple and can be made in restaurant style using these ingredients. The time taken while preparing Baked Rosogolla is 10 minutes and the time taken for cooking is 20 minutes. This is recipe of Baked Rosogolla is perfect to serve 6 people. Baked Rosogolla is just the appropriate option to prepare when you have a get together or party at home. Be it kids or grownups, everyone just absolutely love Baked Rosogolla. So do try it next time and share your experience of cooking Baked Rosogolla by commenting on this page below!

Baked Rosogolla

Ingredients to make Baked Rosogolla

  • Whole Milk 1 litte
  • paneer 100 gms
  • Nolen gur 6 tbspn
  • Milkmaid 1 tin
  • cardamom pwd 1/2 tspn
  • Rosogolla 9-10 pieces
  • Little Rosewater

How to make Baked Rosogolla

  1. Pre heat the oven to 300 degrees.
  2. Microwave the Rosogollas for 2 mins. We won't require the syrup so slightly squeeze that out.
  3. Meanwhile heat the whole milk and Milkmaid together. Reduce it till thick and keep aside.
  4. Then make a smooth paste of thickened Milk, nolen gur , paneer, rose water and cardamom pwd.
  5. Then in a baking tray arrange the Rosogollas and spread the paste on top. Bake it till the top starts to brown. You can serve warm or cold.

My Tip:

Try to use spongy Rosogollas as they absorb better.

Reviews for Baked Rosogolla (2)

Deeya Sancharia year ago


Shereen Fatima3 years ago

baked rosogolla sounds heavenly :)