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Ras Malai

People who know me and follow me on Instagram must be aware that I am a BIG foodie. I love to eat so I have decided to introduce this new section in my blog and that’s Nida’s Kitchen. Besides makeup I love cooking too.
When I cook , I want 100% result so in sha ALLAH all my recipes here will be those having perfect results in taste and look. I normally search different recipes on internet first and then choose the best one.  I like to read the recipe first and then I go little imaginative that how it will turn out and Alhumdulillah this works always

I will notify when any of the recipe will be my own creation :).

Today’s recipe is from one and only Shireen Anwar.  I LOVE HER COOKING

Just to begin today’s recipe is Ras Malai. I tried this last week and it turns out PERFECT Alhumdulillah

Ingredients

For Milk
-2 kg fresh milk
-2 cup sugar
-8-10 Green Cardamom (choti illaichi)

For Balls
-2 cup full cream powdered milk
-2 tsp baking powder (heap)
-1 tbsp flour (leveled)
-2 tbsp Ghee (melted)
-2 eggs

Method

  1. Boil the milk,add sugar and cardamom. And let it cook for 5-10 minutes.
  2. In separate bowl, add powdered milk, baking powder, flour and mix with hands.
  3. Add ghee and mix again with hands.
  4. Add eggs and now make a dough.
  5. Make balls and add in milk while the milk is on low flame.
  6. Cover it and raise the flame. Cook till the milk comes to the boil again.
  7. Once the balls are cooked from outside, put them on steam so that they will cook completely.
  8. Garnish with pistachio and serve.

 

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I will try keeping this section alive in sha ALLAH. Do try this and let me know the feedback 🙂

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. Yummy ,, Tsp is smaller than tbsp right? caN you explain further to measure it accurately? i made them last month after a long time , i add 1 spoon (bigger one) baking powder and after some time, my balls were dissolving in the milk, reason behind this 😦

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    • Tsp is smaller, yes!!.
      I would suggest you to get measuring spoons..thats the best way to measure the exact quantity. The normal cutlery spoon goes wrong in calculation .
      And for your balls, your spoon size must be big thats why they balls got soft and dissolved/broke in milk.

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