Love at first bite

Bread Rasmalai is an instant answer to your craving for a sweet any time of the day

By Author  |  Published: 24th Aug 2019  4:35 pm
Love at first bite

Bread Rasmalai is an instant dessert to surprise your guest. By the time you serve the lunch or dinner, this can be prepared easily without any hustle. This can easily fix your instant cravings for sweets. This easy-to-make version of traditional taste can become popular among any household.

Always try to use fresh bread for this dessert, as the stale one may not deliver the expected result, plus there is a chance for the bread to get easily dissolved in the rabdi. And, nobody should compromise with the taste… why to spoil the entire hard work and exotic ingredients!

Ingredients

  • 2-4 cups of fresh milk
  • 1 cup Milkmaid/condensed milk
  • 1 tbsp saffron milk for adding colour to the dessert
  • ½ tsp cardamom powder for the flavour
  • Chopped dry fruits (pistachio, almonds, cashew)
  • 6-8 slices/cuts of fresh bread

Preparation

  • Take a pan and add milk to that and boil it by stirring frequently.
  • Add Milkmaid and keep stirring so that the thick milkmaid may not get burnt or stick to the pan.
  • While boiling, you will see the cream starts forming, stick it at the rim of the pan, because we need that at last.
  • Now, take the saffron mixed milk and cardamom powder and add it to the boiling milk, till it becomes one third of its actual quantity.
  • Give it a good mix and let it keep boiling for a little while; your rabdi is ready now.
  • Now, turn off the flame and let it cool in a room temperature and keep those for 2 hours inside the fridge to gain consistency.
  • Take the bread slices or cuts and give it a round shape with the help of cookie cutter or our desi method by using the rim of the steel glass.
  • After 2 hours, take out rabdi from the fridge and just before serving the dip the bread slices from both the sides.
  • Now, garnish it with the chopped dry fruits, and serve it hot or cold accordingly. Also, the ingredients depend on the number of people consuming the sweet.