Rasagolla ,the cheese ball is Queen of Desserts .

It is one¬†of the traditional Desserts of Odisha ,the world famous “Rasagolla”. A soft melt in mouth cheese ball cooked in sugar syrup.

 

The festive season brings a spirit of celebrating life .After the two day celebration of Holi ,it’s time for dyeing Easter eggs.Easter is the time when nature begins to awaken .Summer breeze starts it’s effect on our body .

It’s difficult to get out in the sun these days ,making me to wait eagerly for the evening air to arrive .

But Dessert has no Season. One can’t hesitate to have this soft soaked cheese ball whatever may be the temperature.

 

 

 

 

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Rasagolla
rasagolla-queen-of-desserts
Course dessert
Cuisine oriya
Prep Time 60 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Servings
piece
Ingredients
Course dessert
Cuisine oriya
Prep Time 60 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Servings
piece
Ingredients
rasagolla-queen-of-desserts
Instructions
  1. Heat the milk .Add lemon juice to boiling milk and leave for 2 minute without stirring.The milk will start curdling .Switch off the flame ,add ice cubes to it.
  2. Once cooled ,drain the water and collect the cottage cheese (chenna ) in a cheese cloth .Wash it well with running water for 2 to 3 times.
  3. Squeeze excess water and tie the cheese cloth and hang for 45 minute to 1 hour.
  4. knead the dry cheese for at least 10 minute until you get a very soft dough.
  5. Make small balls out of that (around 20 lemon sized ball ).
  6. Dry Cottage-cheese
  7. Cooking Cheese balls in boiling sugar syrup
  8. Take a pressure cooker and heat water with sugar , wait till it comes to boiling point. Add cardamom powder.Then add slowly the cheese balls to this and pressure cook to one whistle at medium flame.
  9. Cool it and serve. In Odisha people enjoy hot Rasagolla too.You can give a try .
  10. OR you can cook the cheese balls in the boiling sugar syrup in a vessel until the balls
  11. get almost doubled the size.
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