Watch: How To Make Instant Bread Rasmalai At Home

Bread Rasmalai Recipe: If you think, you cannot recreate the Halwai-style magic at home, we may have a recipe that could get you close.

Sushmita Sengupta  |  Updated: April 03, 2020 12:08 IST

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Watch: How To Make Instant Bread Rasmalai At Home

Bread Rasmalai: Rasmalai is a popular sweet from East-India

Highlights
  • Rasmalai is a creamy dessert made with chenna and milk
  • Rasmalai could be easily made at home
  • You can replace chenna in rasmalai with bread

Craving something sweet, but cannot step-out during the lockdown? In tough times like these, how are you coping with your temptations? Well, we are spending a lot of time in our kitchens, and guess what you could too! You would be surprise to know the rage of delicacies you can prepare at home and satisfy your cravings at the same time. And if you think, you cannot recreate the Halwai-style magic at home, we may have a recipe that could get you close.

This bread rasmali recipe by food blogger and YouTuber, Reshu, is ideal for those untimely cravings. It is instant, yummy and does exactly what it is meant to do - please your taste buds to the fullest. This recipe does not require you to make chenna; you only need a handful of breads, milk 1L, 3 teaspoon sugar, 4-5 crushed cardamoms, 10-12 cashews (chopped), 8-10 almonds (slivered), and a pinch of saffron.

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To make the recipe that was posted on the YouTube channel 'cooking With Reshu', you would need to boil the milk on full steam. Once the milk is boiled, bring down the heat. Keep stirring the milk with the help of spoon and let it boil until the quantity is reduced to half. Now, take the bread slices and cut circular pieces, you can use the rim of a steel-glass to do so. Go back to the milk, add sugar, nuts and spices. Stir well and let it heat until it becomes 1/4th of its original volume. Once your malai is ready, let it cool for a while. Place the bread slices on a  plate and pour the malai on top. Garnish with nuts, saffron and dry fruits. Your dessert is ready to serve!

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