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Rasgulla ( Mithai)
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 on 15 Feb 17 08:06 PM


Maam i tried d recipie. although it tastes good bt the problem i faced is that d rasgulla is not as spongy as the market one is. plus while steaming d rasgullas start breaking from sides.
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Tarla Dalal    Hi Aanchal,firstly the kneading of the rasgulla dough is very important. Secondly, the rasgullas are to be cooked on slow flame and not high at all. Thirdly, it is very important to cover with a lid and keep it aside for 15 minutes after cooking. Do try and let us know your feedback. Happy Cooking!!!
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16 Feb 17 03:40 PM
Rasgulla ( Mithai)
5
 on 10 Dec 16 12:35 PM


Madam I vl give full points to this recipe but I hv gone thru the earlier comments and I too face the same problem, as of shrinking rasgullas and flattened ones,moreover I hv one more query that v don''t get too much pores also as of the rasgullas available in market plz help me to find my mistakes so that I get exactly the same rasgullas as available in the market
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Tarla Dalal    Hi, to get perfect rasgullas, there will be little trouble as making mithai is an art.. the small tips said.. follow them one more time.. follow the steps exactly.. and i am sure you will get perfect rasgullas.. the water boiling and kneading of the paneer is very very important..
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10 Dec 16 05:15 PM
Rasgulla ( Mithai)
5
 on 29 Aug 16 03:45 PM


Tarlaji I kneaded paneer well.there were no lumps and was so softened.made perfect round balls out of it.but finally after resting in sugar syrup their shape is like rasmalai.but they are extreme soft and spongy and just melted in mouth.so yummy.tell me tips to get perfect rasgulla shape.can I cook them in large kadhai with lead passing air?
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Tarla Dalal    Hi Swati, There could be a small error which mite have happened, make sure the water is rolling and boiling when you put the rasgullas in the syrup.. this is also an important step.. which will help to keep the shape of the rasgulla firm.. Watch our video.. for more detail. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CIHv_jgdTqw
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30 Aug 16 11:31 AM
Rasgulla ( Mithai)
5
 on 28 Aug 16 07:48 PM


Tarlaji, I followed ur recepie word to word but finally when I looked in the cooker I found that the shape of rasgullas are flattened and they stick each other and form a circle in the cooker.i take them out and seperate them but their shape is nor round.whats the reason behind that and what to do for correction?pls reply.
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Tarla Dalal    Hi Swati, to make perfect rasgullas.. is an art. The important step is to knead the paneer well.. How well you knead the paneer.. the perfect rasgullas you get.. to give you more details.. you can watch our video on you tube Tarla Dalal kitchen channel.
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29 Aug 16 12:10 PM
Rasgulla ( Mithai)
5
 on 22 Aug 16 11:43 AM


Its been umpteenth times that i have made rasgullas over the past 1 month after trying this recipe. The Rasgullas were so extremely soft and spongy that people at home couldnt believe that these were home made. I just made 1 variation of using only Pure Desi Cow''s milk. I have faced a small problem...when the Rasgulla are put in the hot syrup they expand in size but after the gas is switched off as per instrctions of recipe they shrink again (not completely but to some extent ) Could you give me a solution for this problem
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Tarla Dalal    Hi Chitra, Thank you.. and great to know that the recipe has been working for you so well. Ok now your query of shrinking of rasgulla. as the rasgullas boil all the pores open and and it the sugar syrup is soaked up.. as you switch of the flame.. the outer pores closes.. and shrinking it little.. and it is fine if slightly it is shrinking.. If you have more doubts about the making of rasgulla you can watch our video, here is the link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CIHv_jgdTqw
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24 Aug 16 02:06 PM
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