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Ras Malai
Ras Malai - Taj Mahal India
Ras Malai is one of the most popular delicious sweet dishes in India which made from cottage or ricotta cheese soaked in sweetened, thickened milk delicately flavored with cardamom.

• Paneer (a soft, non-matured Indian cheese)
• 1 liter milk
• 1 table spoon cardamom powder
• ½ cup thinly sliced almonds or pistachios
• 2 cups of sugar
• 4 cups of water

Cooking Method:
As a first add water and 1 cup of sugar to the pan and mix them well and boil till all the sugar is dissolved.
Keep it aside after turning off the flame. Knead the Paneer till very smooth and make balls slightly smaller than walnut and flattened slightly.
After reheating the syrup drop in the Paneer balls in it and cook for10 minutes. In another pan boil 1 lt of full cream milk with the ½ cup of sugar till it is reduced to ¼ of its original volume and add cardamom powder.
Mix it very well. As a last drain the syrup soaked Paneer balls and add them into the milk mixture.

You should chill it for a few hours and garnish it with dry fruits.

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