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The most delicious sweet dish eaten in winter, make Rasmalai with jaggery and dates.

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Make rasmalai with jaggery and dates

Rasmalai is a sweet dish which is easily available throughout the year. Everyone, from children to adults, likes the taste of Rasmalai. Although you will easily get Rasmalai in most of the sweet shops, but if you want to eat it healthy then you can make tasty Rasmalai at home with jaggery and dates. As tasty as Rasmalai is, it also has more calories. Some people avoid eating Rasmalai just because of increasing obesity. Rasmalai made from jaggery and dates is best for such people. It is not very sweet and eating it will make you feel warm in winter. Rasmalai made from jaggery and dates is very tasty to eat. Diabetic patients can also eat it.

Ingredients for making rasmalai from jaggery and dates

Milk is mostly used in Rasmalai. You need about 3 liters of milk for this. To make chhena from milk, 3 tablespoons lemon juice is required. Take about 4 cups of crushed jaggery and 2 tablespoons of mixed dry fruits. To enhance the taste, take 1/4 tsp cardamom powder and 5-6 threads of saffron. In this you use 2 tablespoons grated dates.

Recipe for making rasmalai from jaggery and dates

  1. To prepare Rasmalai, boil 2 liters of milk in a pan.
  2. When the milk starts boiling, turn off the gas and when the milk cools down slightly, add lemon juice and mix.
  3. The milk will curdle completely as soon as you add lemon juice, now strain the milk through a cloth to remove the chenna.
  4. Remove all the water thoroughly by hanging the cloth at some place or pressing it.
  5. You have to make rasmalai from prepared chenna. Therefore, mash the chha well.
  6. Now prepare rasmalai in the shape of your choice by spreading chenna into balls or spreading it a little.
  7. To make syrup, break the jaggery into fine pieces in a pan and add about 2 cups of water.
  8. When the syrup starts boiling, add prepared chenna pieces into it and cover and boil for 15 minutes.
  9. When you feel that the syrup has gone deep into the chenna and the size of the chenna has doubled, then turn off the gas.
  10. Boil the remaining 1 liter milk till it reduces to half and add the remaining jaggery and grated dates in it.
  11. After cooking for some time, add saffron and cardamom to the milk. Now take out the chenna from the syrup and add it to the milk.
  12. Tasty rasmalai made from jaggery and dates is ready, garnish it with dry fruits and serve it.

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