Sheetal Kamat

The first time I had prepared this, I had messed up with the dish, then I did little R&D and found out where I went wrong. After that when I tried this on weekend, It came out well.

1 Liter Milk
2 Spoon White Vinegar
2.5 Cup Sugar
2 drops of Rose essence

  • Heat milk in a vessel
  • Mix the white vinegar in a spoon of water and keep ready
  • When milk starts boiling, add 1/2 spoon vinegar-water mixture
  • Keep flame on high and stir the milk continuously
  • Add remaining mixture too 1/2 spoon at a time
  • When last dose of the vinegar-water mixture is added the milk will cuddle completely to form very soft paneer.
  • Immediately take out from the heat and strain the water
  • Run through the cold water so that vinegar smell and colour goes away
  • Put it in a cloth and remove all excess water from paneer using this cloth
  • Mean while, In a cooker, mix sugar and 6 cups of water and heat on high flame
  • Knead the paneer to form soft dough. It takes around 2-5 minutes of effort to actually get the soft nice dough
  • Prepare 10 small balls out of it
  • By this time the sugar-water syrup will be boiling. Add the balls in it and boil for 5 minutes
  • Put a lid on the cooker (without whistle) and boil for another 5 minutes
  • Add 1/4 cup of water in the syrup and again boil for 5 minutes without lid
  • Let the mixture cool down, do not keep a lid till it cools down
  • Add rose essence and refrigerate it

When the balls are added to the sugar syrup they should float otherwise they are not kneaded well.
Also knead the mixture when it is little warm only to get softer balls.

  1. Anonymous said...

    hi..I had this recepie before and tried several times..but always either the balls dissolve in sugar syrup or they tunr out to be every hard and the size remain the same and never increase..can u pls suggest where i am going wrong

  2. I think the problem might be in creating the paneer out of the milk. The milk should be boiling when adding the lemon juice or vinegar. Also you should take it off flame immediately when the complete milk separates out as paneer and run through cold water to make sure you dont overcook the paneer. Also kneading for long time is also necessary to get make the balls soft and yet the one that doesnt melt in the syrup

  3. Anonymous said...

    Thanks...its came out well now :)

  4. rimi said...

    Hey, nice recipe, loved it.

  5. madhu said...

    I add two teaspoons of Rava. The paneer is missing the binding agent ...

  6. Madhu,
    I didnt need rava, well enough kneading of the paneer on its own creates the binding effect on it.

  7. Mala Tandon said...

    My rasgullas cuddled while boiling.....can i re-use it ...and make ras gullas out of it again

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