Tuesday, 3 January 2017

Bread Rasmalai/Easy Bread Rasmalai

Rasmalai, i can die for a small portion of rasmalai, my all time favourite milk sweet i just love it to the core. Though rasmalai calls for spongy rasgullas, my today's post calls for bread slices. Yes my today's post is one of the easiest, simplest, hassle free and one of the delicious sweet you can prepare with less efforts at home. An excellent dessert or a Diwali friendly sweet to serve and enjoy with your loved ones. Even a beginner can dish out this Easy Rasmalai with less efforts. Actually this recipe gets ready very much easily than you can imagine.

Bread Rasmalai

Usually rasmalai is prepared by heating and reducing whole milk into half, since i dont want to spend hours for making the rasmalai i opted for a short cut method. One and half cup of whole milk and half a cup of Sweetened Condensed milk when cooked for a while, your rasmalai will get ready quickly, though the stirring part is very important as much as the traditional way of preparing rasmalai.Am running the first week of this year's blogging marathon with Milk based Sweets, hence am posting this easy breezy Bread rasmalai.


1+1/2cups Whole Milk
1/2cup Sweetened condensed milk
3nos White bread slices
2pinch Saffron strands
2nos Crushed cardamom
1/4cup Chopped nuts (almond,cashew)

Take the milk, sweetened condensed milk in a heavy bottomed pan, boil the milk in low flame for a while.

Add in the saffron strands and cook until the milk turns bit thick, keep stirring continously.

Turn off the flame once the milk turns thick, add half of the crushed nuts, give a stir.

Let it cool completely and arrange in fridge for atleast two hours.

Easy Bread Rasmalai, Bread Rasmalai

Meanwhile cut the bread slices as round shaped medium discs with a cookie cutter.

Pour enough malai in a bowl, drop two or three bread slices, let it sit for a minute.

Serve immediately garnished with chopped nuts.

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14 comments:

Padma Rekha said...

Those pots are so cute and rasmalai look so yumm..

The Happie Friends Potpourricorner said...

My fav dessert anytime.. With bread it is so easy and yummy!!

Srivalli said...

Very interesting version Priya..looks so sinful too!

Nalini's Kitchen said...

Yummy looking bread rasmalai,makes me tempting.

Sandhya Ramakrishnan said...

That is indeed a quick dessert to make. Love that the bread slices are left as is and are not fried. Would make this sometime soon.

Jayashree said...

I've never come across this easy version before, Priya. Sounds very interesting and do-able.

Amara Annapaneni said...

Those rasmalai look absolutely delicious.

Archana Potdar said...

Absolutely delicious rasmalai. Rasmalai is my favourite swweet too.

vaishali sabnani said...

Priya hats off for posting a cheat ras malai. I'm loving it and it looks super super tempting, will give it a shot ASAP.

Padmajha PJ said...

What an easy way to make rasmalai right!! I have something similar to post for next weeks theme :)

Pavani N said...

That is a great quick and easy to make rasmalai. Using bread instead of rasgullas is a genius idea.

Harini-Jaya R said...

Love the idea, Priya. Easy to enjoy when the craving hits :)

Sapana Behl said...

I have one such recipe in my old diary. Looks so scrumptious.

Preeti Garg said...

Just amazing and instant version.. love it