Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Rasabali

Rasabali is one of my favourite sweet/dessert and an all time hit among oriya peoples...Its an authentic Oriya recipe and also among the Mahaprasad of Lord Jagannath Temple,Puri, as well as used as Prasad in other famous temples of Orissa,India...This dish is made of milk and paneer...My father in law is a gr8 cook and he used to make these awesome and heavenly dessert at home usually...and i learned this tasty and superb recipe from him...There are 2 variations of this recipe, you can make the consistency of milk according to ur taste, as some people like it with thick consistency of milk and others like it thin...So its up to u...i like both the way...and here it goes:-
Ingredients

1 Cup Paneer(Cottage Cheese)
1 tsp Semolina(Sooji)
1 tsp Wheat Flour(Atta)
1/4 tsp Cardamom powder
2-3 Cardamom(crushed)
1 tsp Powdered Sugar
1 ltr Milk
1/2 Cup Sugar
Sliced Almonds for Garnishing
Oil For deep Frying

Method

Boil the milk and simmer in a heavy bottom vessel.
Add Sugar to the boiling milk.
Stir continuously on a low fire,so that it doesnt stick to bottom.
Cook until the milk is reduced to half of the ammount.
It will take approx 40 min- 1hr.
Meanwhile mash the paneer properly by adding cardamom powder, powdered sugar, semolina and wheat flour to it.
Knead it to a smooth and soft mixture.
U can also do it by using a blender.
After kneading, devide it to small balls and slightly flattened them like tikkis.
Heat oil in a wok/kadhai and deep fry them on low fire.
Drain excess oil by keep them on paper towel.
Do not over fry the paneer tikkis.
Now add them to the boiling milk, simmer for 1-2 mins and switch off the fire.
Let it cool down.

Garnish with sliced almonds and crushed cardamoms.
Serve warm or chilled...enjoy the heavenly tasty rasabali....:-)

36 comments:

  1. gimme now! So hungry for something yummy!

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  2. wow...very interesting Mugdha..this is absolutely new to me...looks so delicious n tempting...too good!!!

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  3. Never knew about this..looks delicious..
    www.savitharajsspiceland.blogspot.com

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  4. Ghara katha mane padi gala ..... some dishes are so nostalgic !! Thanks for sharing the recipe

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  5. ThnQ for introducing new and yummy recipe :)

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  6. Looks tempting and delicious...very new to me...

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  7. Oh dear. I want that cup now now now... Looks sooooo yum and is making me drool

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  8. Already slurping in my mouth just by looking at the rasbalis. Excellent preparation.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  9. Absolutely had no clue of this recipe Mugdha.Seems so nice to prepare and have...pure delight.Thanks

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  10. Dear Mugdha
    Now here you are! During my last trip to Athgarh and BBSR , I ate Rasabali after many years..and that too almost after every meal of Chakuli , dalma, santula, Machha and Mausa. (Thank God, chicken is still not very popular among my generation)
    As the recipe and instructions are coming from you, I should be successful in the 1st attempt. I will be using home made chhena, it is Ok I guess.
    Bhala thiba

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  11. Looks so delicious. Nice recipe!

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  12. This is new for me but rasabati looks very tempting..Thanks for sharing this delicious dessert...

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  13. very new and interesting!

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  14. Thanx to all of u for ur lovely words...:)

    @Ushanish dada, apana ghara tiari chhena b use kariparibe, but before using just press it to drain the excess water from the chhena...tc..enjoy..:)

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  15. Fantastic recipe, absolutely drool worthy :)

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  16. That's a yummy dessert..bookmarked

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  17. have heard about this, though yet to try it- looks delish !

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  18. lovelllllyyy mugdha....very nice recipe have never tried it before
    A Girl's Diary

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  19. wow very tempting and delicious recipe,luks yum...

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  20. Thats so nice to all traditional recipes. Looks so tempting.

    Cheers,
    Uma

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  21. That dessert is very interesting and I bet it tastes delicious!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  22. Wow!!! nice recipe with paneer.. An award is waiting for you at my space.. Pls collect it..

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  23. hey Mughdha...This is new to me...It looks so good...Would love to try it soon...

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  24. New to me ..looks tempting and delicious

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  25. Nice and authentic. Looks delicious.

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  26. Delectable & yummilicious sweet!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  27. Woww.. never had this dish before .. Looks awesome :D

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  28. Looks fantastic, another lovely new dish from you.

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  29. wow...wat a yummy treat dear..awesome..:P
    Tasty Appetite

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  30. I have heard so much about it but never had it. Your bowl looks so tempting :)

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  32. Wowwwwww....tu gote mast jinisa mana pakei delu... Janichu tora eei Rasabali post ku dekhi sange sange to bhaujaku kahili kariba pain...ame full enjoy kalu...

    Thanks for this post...Bahut dina pare tori pain khaibaku milila...

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  33. Thanx 2 all of u for ur lovely words..:)

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  35. uuuummmmmmm... mouth-watering....
    Rasaballi is one of my favouritesttttt sweet dishes.. bt unfortunately this isn't available anywhere outside odisha :(' One has to prepare this at home if one stays outside of Odisha & now I have become so lazy to even try cook dal, chawal :P
    How I wish I had a magic wand and on waving it, such sweets could come into my mouth :D

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