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      i want to learn to make Rus Malai and Gulab jamun. has anyone ever made rusmalai or gulab jamum at home? i have tried several receipes but unsucessful.

      is there anyone with the perfect receipe?

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      even when i try to make rasmalai using cottage cheese, it never turns out to be good..
      but this method usually works for me..
      mix the I cup powdered milk, 1 teaspoon oil,1/4 teaspoon baking powder and 1 leveled tablespoon of maida.Once the dough is done mold it into small balls and then flatten the balls slightly.
      Boil the milk with sugar and cardamom powder.as soon as the milk starts boiling add the balls in it.The balls will tend to swell up , lower the heat to simmer.cook the milk with the balls for another 8- 10 minutes.remove it from the heat and let it cool.Put it in the fridge..

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      possibly you were unsuccesful because they're actually two seperate dishes
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      Ras malai.. I always use laziza packets and it turns out just fine.. in fact perfect!! I had tried the ricotta cheese ones but it was one unsuccessful attempt!

      Gulab jaman.. I used Gits in the past, turned out great but in Pakistan Gits wasn't available since it's an Indian brand, I tried this recipe and they were really good.


      Ingredients
      1 cup nido powdered milk
      1tbsp fresh cream
      1/2tsp baking powder
      1 egg

      Method
      -Knead them all together
      -Make 10-12 small balls and deep fry them


      Sheera
      -In another pot, add 2 cups water, 1 1/2 cup sugar, 2-3 cardamoms
      -Bring it to boil until the consistency becomes thick n dark yellow


      Add the fried balls in sheera, cover it with lid for 20-30 mins until the balls have absorbed the sheera!

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      I have made gulabjaman quite a few times with the rafan gulabjaman mix, and they always came out amazing.
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      I have given up on all attempts to make the perfect gulab jaman...they never turn out the way they are supposed to ...
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      Quote Originally Posted by chips6 View Post
      I have given up on all attempts to make the perfect gulab jaman...they never turn out the way they are supposed to ...
      the same is the case with me..thats why i do not attempt making them now..

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      I dont know how to make em. I do know you can get the gulab jamin mix from desi stores. You can also get frozen ras malai that you have to let defrost. The best gulab jamins are home made ones. YUMMYY!

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      well i sucessfully made gulab jamuns yesterday

      the receipe is:
      1 cup full cream milk powder
      1/2 cup plain flour/white flour
      1/4 table spoon baking powder
      2 table spoon oil

      mix them well and leave for 15 min
      make small balls and deep fry till brown

      dip in sheera/syrup for 30 min

      serve

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      Hmmm these recipes for gulab jamun are totally different from what i am used to , my parents used to own a swt centre n i kinda learnt frm there, i think they used 2cupmilk powder to a cup of semolina powder n butter, i wonderrrrr
      as for rasmalai well to make fresh at home we used to put milk like 4pints in a pan n boil n then add sme vinegar, the milk will begin to seperate within seconds, as soon as its done take it off the heat n put the paneer in a sieve with a heavy weight on top to help drain the water n leave overnite. next day knead it with an egg n make lil balls n have the milk rady n jus put them in
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      sweetu i guess this is how ras gullas made....but m sure this wud also taste yummy...
      well i make rus malai by this recipe...
      1 cup milk powder+1 egg+1 tsp baking powder+ 1 tbsp sooji+ 1 tbsp oil...knead it and keep it aside for 15 mins...make balls...in other pan boil milk with elaichi powder and sugar and add in 1 cup cream...then put the balls and cook for 10 mins...rus malai will turn out yummy!!!

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      hey sofia luvly gulab jamuns...m sure they might be yummy in taste...recipe plz!

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      Quote Originally Posted by *Plusha* View Post
      sweetu i guess this is how ras gullas made....but m sure this wud also taste yummy...
      well i make rus malai by this recipe...
      1 cup milk powder+1 egg+1 tsp baking powder+ 1 tbsp sooji+ 1 tbsp oil...knead it and keep it aside for 15 mins...make balls...in other pan boil milk with elaichi powder and sugar and add in 1 cup cream...then put the balls and cook for 10 mins...rus malai will turn out yummy!!!
      i guess everyone has their own recipes, like i said my parents used to own a mithayi business so they used to cater for the shops n weddings n alsorts n thats the way they made it n i mek it too n it turns out fine
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      Any one with perfect gulab jamun recipe....?..

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      even the boxes one dont turn out to be perfect sometimes. I guess its more with whether you had a good day or bad
      I made both with the box and well the ras malai turned out to be fine. The gulab jamuns were 50/50. Like some of them started to crumble while frying I dont know why I guess had something to do with frying. The quantity of oil maybe. Looks like mine was much more than should have been.

      why gulab jamuns may never turn out to be of the same taste you wanted is because there are so many different recipes. Like I didnt even know people use semolina in gulab jamuns! The ones made with milk powder only taste too farmish, I hope you get what I mean, I mean they dont have that typical mithayi ki shop wala taste. But well nothing like homemade hot gulab jamuns, all hands down.
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      Quote Originally Posted by AsmaAsif View Post
      Any one with perfect gulab jamun recipe....?..
      ask your mom. those made by moms are perfect by far
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      GTG - I can't make the rasmalai right using the laziza packet as well, I don't really get the recipe written on it. Can you explain it in simpler ways?
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