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Updated: 2018-02-14T02:48:51.841-08:00

 



Thanks for the tips. I'll keep them in mind. J...

2012-02-02T12:44:35.433-08:00

Thanks for the tips. I'll keep them in mind. Just to let you know, Rasagolla is a traditional Oriya sweet, not Bengali. It originated in Orissa and was popularised by Bengal.
The original Oriya name is Kheermohan which was renamed as Rasagolla in Bengal.



Love the pictures, you have illustrated. The saffr...

2010-01-10T10:09:50.745-08:00

Love the pictures, you have illustrated. The saffron is an additional touch. Mouthwatering dish indeed.

Indian sweets



Just a minor correction. Rasgullas were invented i...

2009-04-18T22:57:00.000-07:00

Just a minor correction. Rasgullas were invented in Orissa. So technically it is not a Bengali sweet.



hi , have just made the rasgulla . they are so sim...

2009-02-27T20:56:00.000-08:00

hi , have just made the rasgulla . they are so simple to make and they turned out so soft ....thanks for the way you explained it and cooking in the cooker was so easy and fun ...thanks a ton i enjoyed making it at home .



Hi Usha, sorry for the confusion:)Here's what I me...

2009-02-02T16:25:00.000-08:00

Hi Usha, sorry for the confusion:)

Here's what I meant:

cook the gullas in 1 or 2 cup boiling sugar syrup, keeping 1 cup sugar aside; after they puff up, remove them, make sure they are cooked through and have become soft. If not, let them cook for some more time in the same syrup.

After removing the gullas, add the remaining 1 cup sugar, boil to make a thick syrup; do not stir the syrup, just allow it to boil, then remove from heat. Once it cools down to room temp, you can pour it over the cheese-balls, so they become evenly sweet and stay soft till its time to serve.

Hope this clarifies your doubt!:)



hello Mansi, you made this diff recipe so easy!!! ...

2009-01-31T11:36:00.001-08:00

hello Mansi, you made this diff recipe so easy!!! your method itself motivates to try.Thanks
one confusion in tips para.You did not say that we have to remove the cheeseballs from sugar syrup after one whistle. But u have mentioned it later to remove cheeseballs from sugar syrup and boil with remaining one cup of sugar,but there u have written,do not stir, so will u please make it clear?? thanks



thanks for the clarification. i am gonna try it ou...

2008-10-31T21:15:00.000-07:00

thanks for the clarification. i am gonna try it out again.:)



hi - I used the cooker only to make the sugar syru...

2008-10-31T10:26:00.000-07:00

hi - I used the cooker only to make the sugar syrup, as steam helps dilate sugar molecules faster. However, the "gullas" will not entirely soak the syrup, at least not enough to make them sweet by themselves. So I'd say soak them in the syrup for at least 2-3 hours before serving, and serve along with the "Ras". Also, the flat disc shape helps absorb it a little better compared to the round balls, I think...

As long as your Rasgullas came out soft, I think you nailed the recipe!:) hope this helps!



another query. did you pour the sugar syrup direct...

2008-10-31T02:11:00.000-07:00

another query. did you pour the sugar syrup directly into the pressure cooker or keep some water in the cooker and then boil the syrup in another vessel ?thanks coz mine truend out to be soft and porous but not that porous.



just made these rasgullas. turned out very well, v...

2008-10-31T01:38:00.000-07:00

just made these rasgullas. turned out very well, very easy to make too. just made them but the sugar hasn't penetrated those rasgullas. guess i will have to eat them after soaking them. how long do i have to wait for them to soak up the syrup? thanks for the recipe



This is a great recipe, it looks so edible - yum y...

2008-10-14T08:14:00.000-07:00

This is a great recipe, it looks so edible - yum yum! We dont have anything like this in England so i will try and make (a poor) attempt at one on the weekend but it looks so difficult :(.



thanks sonu! glad my efforts pay off and can help ...

2008-06-30T20:51:00.000-07:00

thanks sonu! glad my efforts pay off and can help others cook good food!:)



Hey Mansi,U definetely born at Superchef's home......

2008-06-30T18:19:00.000-07:00

Hey Mansi,
U definetely born at Superchef's home...he..he..he...:D
I wonder that u can make spicy and sweet dishes both perfectly. U are really versatile cook buddy...!I also wonder tht ur Rasgulla recipe in pressure cooker...??? I hesitate that Rasgulla shouldn't get burst/tear while cooking. But, I must try it. I love ur all recipes.
I appreciate the way of ur sharing and efforts buddy. Keep it up.
Thanks a bunch.
Sonu:)



I love these types of sweets, this looks so delici...

2008-05-08T09:01:00.000-07:00

I love these types of sweets, this looks so delicious.



nags - u r excused as you had a very valid reason!...

2008-04-19T09:45:00.000-07:00

nags - u r excused as you had a very valid reason!:)

mallugirl - i made paneer on saturday, and the ras the day before...the steaming doesn't really take much time...so 3 hours for the paneer process, and 1 more hour for the actual rasgulla...not too bad, but yeah, you can't do it often enough..hehehe:)



when u said u made rasogollas, i came running but ...

2008-04-19T05:19:00.000-07:00

when u said u made rasogollas, i came running but u had only reached the cheese stage then..lets trade.. i love rasogulls or rasgullas too..how much time did it take start to finish?



i stay away from bloghopping for a week and u have...

2008-04-17T20:02:00.000-07:00

i stay away from bloghopping for a week and u have 6 posts!! thanks a ton for the wishes, mansi :) and this is a yummy yummy dessert :D



Thanks manasi, for such a sweet entry. Your tips a...

2008-04-17T09:35:00.000-07:00

Thanks manasi, for such a sweet entry. Your tips and steps are very detailed and helpful

I am more of north-indian sweet fans, you know the burfi etc. kind :)



this looks awesome!!! I am going to make it this w...

2008-04-16T15:23:00.000-07:00

this looks awesome!!! I am going to make it this weekend.



Wow....the rasgullas look great.Bookmarked to try ...

2008-04-16T14:44:00.000-07:00

Wow....the rasgullas look great.Bookmarked to try it.



home made rasagullas ,looks delecious mansi

2008-04-15T20:09:00.000-07:00

home made rasagullas ,looks delecious mansi



Wow..Rasgullas..My favorite sweet..I love Bengali ...

2008-04-15T15:52:00.000-07:00

Wow..Rasgullas..My favorite sweet..I love Bengali sweets :)Thanks for lovely write up and tips..I am going to try this



hi mansi loved your rasgulla..though it comes in d...

2008-04-15T07:21:00.000-07:00

hi mansi loved your rasgulla..though it comes in different color, i loved your style and its color. well done..so when can i come ?



Rasagulla.. this is my fav luks nice Manasi

2008-04-15T03:24:00.000-07:00

Rasagulla.. this is my fav luks nice Manasi



mansi you know how to make me happy... you visit i...

2008-04-15T01:38:00.000-07:00

mansi you know how to make me happy... you visit is a delight... thanks a ton...