Rasomalai is a very tasty dessert which consists of small Paneer (Cottage Cheese) balls dipped into Dudh-Malai (Milk cream) and is flavoured with Cardamom.
The shape & size of the paneer balls may vary from different sweet makers. Sometimes, the small paneer balls are replaced with flattened coin shaped big patty of paneer, dipped into the milk cream.
Most of the cream based sweets of India were originated in Orissa and West Bengal and it was the same in case of Rasomalai. This mouth watering creamy and milky syrup that consists of paneer balls or coins dipped into it, was originated in the eastern part of India & spread all over the country.
Chhana / Paneer (Cottage Cheese), Whole Milk, Water, Sugar, Saffron, Cardamom Powder, Pistachios & Almonds.
Rasomalai is one of the most loved and popular milk based sweets of Bengal. It can be made at home easily and is also available in any good sweet shop like “Nobin Chandra Das & Sons” (at Shobhabazar) & “K. C. Das” (at Esplanade). This is one of among those sweet dishes which are most preferable dessert for any kind of Bengali hose-hold occasions, like – marriage ceremony, birthday function and puja festivals.