Gits Rasmalai Mix
A traditional Indian cottage cheese based sweet originally from West Bengal - East India. They are soft mouth-watering patties in a milky delight with almond, pistachios and saffron.
Add Milk and Ghee: Keep 2 Litre (68fl.oz) water to boil in a wide vessel. Empty contents of Pouch A in a dish. Add 50ml (1¾fl.oz) milk, 1 tsp. ghee/butter and knead gently to make soft dough.
Prepare Discs: Divide the dough into 16 equal parts and shape them into balls. Press each ball to make a disc shape.
Boil in Water: Immerse these discs into the boiling water, cover partially and continue boiling for 10 minutes.
Soak in Sugar Syrup: Prepare sugar syrup by adding 200g (7oz) sugar to 200ml (7fl.oz) water. Heat until sugar dissolves. Transfer discs from the water into the sugar syrup. Soak for 5 minutes.
Add Milk: Empty contents of B into 400ml (13½fl.oz) milk. Heat, stirring constantly until mix dissolves completely.
Pour Milk Mix: Remove the discs from sugar syrup. Place them in an empty bowl, pour in the milk and mix. Chill and enjoy delicious Rasmalai.
Pouch A: Milk Solids, Wheat Flour, Baking Powder, Stabilizers (E407, E460), Cardamom Flavour.
Pouch B: Sugar, Milk Solids, Almond, Pistachios, Cardamom, Saffron.
Makes 16 Rasmalais of approx. 25g each after soaking in milk mix.