Ras Malai with Milk Powder & Low fat version

14:38 Niloufer Riyaz 11 Comments

Blogging after a long time! wow!! love that beautiful feeling I get when I blog. Hope to blog frequently!!. Now coming to the recipe!! If I would tell you that you can prepare Rasmalai in 20 minutes would you believe me??
You have to. Because today Iam going to share that recipe with you. Went to a relatives house sometime ago for dinner. I was served soft n delicious Rasmalais. When I told her that the dessert was delicious and asked for the recipe she told its very easy and that it can be prepared in 20 minutes..How astonishing but true. 
   I immediately tried the recipe at home and voila it was really super easy. Another plus point is that you can make them very rich or make it a low fat dessert. Yes the original recipe calls for full fat milk, milk powder butter n sugar but I  substituted that for skimmed milk, lowfat milk powder, lite-butter n artificial sweetners. the alternative recipe is equally delicious. 
I will share both the recipes with you. Sending them to Any One Can Cook event hosted by Ayeesha of 
Taste of Pearl City and to New year new dish event by Nupur.



Rasmalai lowfat version:

You need:

Lowfat milk powder                         1cup
Egg                                                  1nos(beaten)
Low fat butter                                  10gms/ 1small cube( room temp)
Baking Powder                                1tsp
All Purpose flour/ maida                   1tbsp

Skimmed/Low fat milk                     5cups
Artificial Sweetner                            according to taste
Saffron                                             few strands
Elaichi extract                                  few drops
Slivered nuts to decorate

Preparation:

In a wide pan boil the milk with sweetner, saffron, elaichi extract and keep in simmer.
Meanwhile in a bowl mix the milk powder, baking powder and all purpose flour add the  butter and egg and form a dough. Divide them into about 20 balls.
Drop the balls one buy one in the milk. after about 7- 10 minutes you will see that the balls would have gotten bigger and float on top.
Turn the balls over and cook for about 5-6 minutes. Check them to see that they are cooked well and is soft.
Decorate with nuts. Chill them before serving.

Enjoy them guilt free!!!



Rasmalai with Milk powder

You need:

Milk powder                                   1cup

Egg                                                 1nos(beaten)
Butter                                              10gms/ 1small cube( room temp)
Baking Powder                                1tsp
All Purpose flour/ maida                   1tbsp

Milk                                                5cups
Sugar                                              according to taste
Saffron                                            few strands
Elaichi extract                                  few drops
Slivered nuts to decorate

Preparation:


In a wide pan boil the milk with sugar, saffron, elaichi extract and keep in simmer.
Meanwhile in a bowl mix the milk powder, baking powder and all purpose flour add the  butter and egg and form a dough. Divide them into about 20 balls.
Drop the balls one buy one in the milk. after about 7- 10 minutes you will see that the balls would have gotten bigger and float on top.
Turn the balls over and cook for about 5-6 minutes. Check them to see that they are cooked well and is soft.
Decorate with nuts. Chill them before serving.
Enjoy!!





11 comments:

Umm Mymoonah said...

So good to see you after a very long time, rasmalai looks fabulous, this is going to be dessert for tonight. Thank you so much for linking with Any One Can Cook :)

Priya said...

Glad to see you after a long Nilou, seems you are back with bang..Ras malai looks extremely irresistible and delicious..

Nice to see u after a long gap. Really super quick to relish ras malai in 20 mins

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S.Menaga said...

Glad to see u after a long time...easy preparation n delicious dessert!!

Jay said...

welcome back dear..
I love to have a taste of this wonderful dessert now.;P
Tasty Appetite

Anu said...

Rasamalai looks yum

realy innovative and yummy ras-malai

Welcome back dear. Rasmalai looks so delicious ....lovely snap!

Wow...it's an creamy and yum dessert...perfect post to celebrate the comeback...

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