It’s time of festivals and celebrations! In the times of festivals in our country, food plays a major role. From amazing halwas to barfis and rasgullas to gulab jamuns; we gorge on these delectable delights. Now that Navratri, Dusshera and Eid being around the corner, how can we miss out on the delicious sweets? I recently came across this amazing Angoori Rasmalai recipe by Chef Gurdip Kohli Punj. Check out the preparations below:
Preparation Time: 12 minutes
Cooking Time: 20 minutes
½ cup sugar
100 grams cottage cheese
Refined flour as required
½ litre rabdi
Chopped mixed dry fruits as required
Cardamom powder as required
Saffron soaked in milk as required
For the syrup: To make the syrup in a pan, add water and sugar and let it melt.
For the angoori rasgulla:
- Sprinkle refined flour on a board and knead cottage cheese on it.
- With small parts of the kneaded cottage cheese, make small round shapes and add it to the sugar syrup to cook.
- Pour the rabdi into bowls and add the cooked rasgullas.
- Garnish with chopped mixed dry fruits, cardamom powder and the saffron soaked in milk.
- Serve the angoori rasgulla chilled.
Make sure you share this sweet and spread happiness amongst family and friends this festive season.