“Happy Navratri Everyone”.
In Navratri many people do fasting .Some fasts for first & last day and some for whole nine days.
We love to have something different then usuals on fast day.
Will be sharing few fast receipies for navratri.
Do try them and let me know how you liked them through your comments,feedbacks.
Today I am sharing a recepie of “Rasmalai Shots”.
A very interesting and very tasty too.
1 litre milk for making rabri
1/2 litre milk for rasgulla
1 spoon vinegar mixed with water
Dry fruits( saffron,elaichi powder,almonds chopped & pistachio powder)
Sugar( 1 spoon for 1rasgulla ball)
Sugar as per taste for rabri
Preparation of Rabri
Keep 1 litre milk for boiling
Once it boils,keep it on low flame
Keep stirring it occasionally, add saffron to get a good color of rabri
Let it boil till the milk is boiled half & you can see it thick like rabri
Add sugar,elaichi powder,almonds
Let it cool down and put it in fridge for cooling
Preparation of Rasgulla
Boil milk,once it is full boiled,put off the flame
Add vinegar water in it & stir it
Once the milk is fully curdled,strain it in muslin cloth
Wash the curdled milk with plain water so the smell of vinegar goes away
Now tie the cloth tightly & let it rest for 10-15 minutes
After 10-15 minutes mash the chena properly with your palms till it gets smooth
Make rasgulla balls from smooth balls
Take a deep pan & add water to it
Boil the water,Now add sugar as per balls( one spoon for one ball)
As we are making shots so we will make rasgulla balls smaller than usual size( mini rasgullas)
Once the sugar is melted add rasgulla balls & cover it with lid
Let it boil for 10-15 minutes,don’t open the lid till then
After 10-15 mins rasgullas are done
Let them cool down
Press them lightly to strain the sugar syrup in them
Now add rasgullas to rabri
Let it dissolve for 2-3 hours & then it is ready to serve.