Rasgulla recipe / How to make soft spongy Rasgulla 


Rasgulla is one of the most popular Indian sweets. Learn how to make soft and spongy Rasgulla with step by step picture. It is so soft, spongy and just melt in the mouth. 

These white beauties is one of my favourite sweet. I have made this several times and it never fails. This is a no fail recipe. A perfect recipe for beginners. 

These are made of homemade paneer/cheese by curdling the milk. The chenna / cheese collected by curdling the milk is then kneaded into a dough and the dough is rolled into tiny balls and cooked in sugar syrup. 

These festive season make this for your family and your guest and get impressed. I hope you like the recipe, please do leave a feedback, I would love to hear from you 😀

Happy Cooking 😀

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Preparation time – 20 mins

Cooking time – 15 mins

Serves – 4

Ingredients:
Whole milk – 1 litre
Curd – ½ cup 
Ice cold water – 1 litre  
Sugar – 1 cup 
Water –  2 cups
Cardamom powder – ¼ tsp

Method :

In a pan bring the milk to a boil. Once it starts boiling pour the yogurt on it. Let the milk curdle. Turn off the heat and leave it for 2 mins.

Now add the chilled water to the curdled milk. Leave it aside for 2 to 3 minutes. Filter and collect the cheese in a cheese cloth or muslin cloth. Let the water drain completely. I squeezed it nicely and drain off the water.

Now knead the cheese well to make into a smooth dough for about 10 mins.

Take small portions of it and roll to tiny balls. They should be tiny and not big as it will double when boiling in sugar syrup.

Add sugar and water to a wide pan and bring to a boil. To the boiling sugar syrup, add cardamom powder.

Now add the balls one after the other gently. Cover the pan with a lid and cook for 10 mins on a medium high flame. Gently stir every 2-3 minutes to ensure even cooking and puffing. They will double in size when done. 

Remove from heat and serve warm or chill in refrigerator and serve.

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5 comments

  1. […] Rasgulla is a traditional sweet and the most popular delicacy of the Bengalis. It also one of the most popular Indian sweet and loved by all ages. Rasgulla or Rosogolla are made of homemade paneer by curdling the milk. The cheese collected by curdling the milk is then kneaded into dough. The dough is further rolled into tiny balls and cooked in sugar syrup. The outcome is those white beauties, so soft spongy and melt in the mouth. […]

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  2. Hey,
    Thanks for amazing article on Rasgulla I heard and saw many rasgulla recipe but never saw like this its kind new thing for me HAHHA

    I will be trying this in upcoming weekend because I have invited some guests in my
    home so it will be better to serve them this amazing recipe

    but can you please clear my one question that is it possible to use
    persian saffronin it ? or not ? IF yes !
    then how much, I got this persian saffron in good amount after comparing of market leverl saffron price

    please reply I will be waiting

    Thanks Debra

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