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A speciality sweet of Bengal in North East India made from Indian cottage cheese, boiled in sugar syrup, soaked in thickened milk, garnished with Saffron & dry fruits.
- No preservatives
- 100% vegetarian
- No artificial flavours
- NO artificial colours
- Contains gluten / tree nuts
- Contains milk solids
- Makes 16 Rasmalais of approx. 25g each after soaking in Ras mix
- Contains 2 pouches: A) Malai mix -100g B) Ras mix-50g
Gits Food Products PVT. LTD.
Country of Origin: Product of India
Ingredients: Pouch A: Milk Solids, Wheat Flour, Baking Powder, Stabilizers (E407, E460), Cardamom Flavour.
Pouch B: Sugar, Milk Solids, Almond, Pistachios, Cardamom, Saffron.
Step 1. 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.
Step 2. Divide the dough into 16 equal parts and shape them into balls. Press each ball to make a disc shape.
Step 3. Immerse these discs into the boiling water, cover partially and continue boiling for 10 minutes.
Step 4. 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.
Step 5. Empty contents of B into 400ml (13½fl.oz) milk. Heat, stirring constantly until mix dissolves completely.
Step 6. Remove the discs from sugar syrup. Place them in an empty bowl, pour in the milk mix. Chill and enjoy delicious Rasmalai.
Product Weight: 150 Grams
Storage Instructions: Keep in Dry and Cool Place