February 8, 2019 Angoori Rabdi

Angoori Rabdi

“Angoori Rabdi ” Recipe

Making rabdi, the traditional way, is a time-consuming affair as the milk is simmered on a low flame for a long time to thicken and get its desired texture. I used the quickest way by using corn flour for thickening and lemon juice to get the required grainy texture. Use readily available rasgullas, squeeze them thoroughly to remove all the sugar syrup


Preparation Time: 10 mins
Cooking Time: 10 mins
Makes 4 servings

Ingredients

3 cups low fat milk
8 rasgullas , cut into halves
1/4 tsp lemon juice
1 tsp cornflour dissolved in
1 tbsp low-fat milk
4 tsp sugar substitute
a pinch cinnamon (dalchini) powder

For The Garnish
a few strands saffron (kesar) strands (kesar)


Method
Soak the rasgullas in water for 1 minute, drain and discard the water.
Repeat step 1 for 4 to 5 times, till all the sugar has been removed from the rasgullas. Keep aside.
Heat the milk in a non-stick pan and add the lemon juice drop-by-drop stirring continuously to get a grainy texture.
Add the cornflour mixture to the milk and mix well. Cook till the mixture thickens.
Add the sugar substitute and cardamom powder, mix well and cook for a minute.
Remove from flame and keep aside to cool.
Add the rasgulla pieces, stir gently and keep refrigerated for at least 1 hour.
Serve chilled garnished with saffron.

Tips
Adding lemon juice drop-by-drop to the milk not only imparts the desired grainy texture but also prevents the milk from curdling.

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2 thoughts on “Angoori Rabdi

  1. I am not sure if I have tried something like this, but it looks really yummy! Thanks for sharing, Rita. Happy Fiesta Friday!

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