I was thinking to make something very luscious for guests so I had an idea to make rasmalai. Rasmalai is one of my favorite dessert I can’t say no for it. And I think that, even no one can say no for it because the soft and light spongy balls taste so delicious and the creamy sugary milk which is garnished with almonds and pistachios is just amazing. Rasmalai is actually the most popular dish in South Asia and it’s made in thousands way. But I tried the easiest way to make this delicious rasmalai. I am at least satisfied with the result of this method. So that’s why I am sharing this easy recipe with you guys. But you have to make little efforts to make it more delicious and delightful then my one 😜

It is made of dry milk, usually rasmalai is made of cottage cheese (which is obtained by coagulating milk) but I made rasmalai of dry milk this is the easiest and cheapest way of making this delicious dessert.


  • Dry Mike ( nido) (1 and half cup)
  • Cardamoms ( only 4)
  • Suger ( according to your Taste)
  • Milk ( 1 and half kg)
  • Egg ( only 1)
  • Baking powder (1 tsp)
  • Oil ( 1tbsp)
  • Almonds 
  • Pistachios 

                                     How to

    1. Take a bowl, add dry milk, baking powder, oil and beaten egg , mix it well. Kneed for further 5 mins.
    2. Take a pot, add milk into it, once a milk come to it first boil, add Cardamoms, sugar and almonds. Low the flame and let the milk get thick.
    3. After that, make small balls of a mixture, add that balls gently into milk syrup.
    4. Once balls get double in size. Take off pot from stove.
    5. Dish out. And decorate it with pistachios and almonds.

                 Written by Rubab Bangash

      31 Comments Add yours

      1. Ohhhhh, you make me SO happy!!!!! This is one of my favorite desserts. And I haven’t had it in years. 😂 Thank you so much!! I will definitely make this.

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        1. I hope this will be helpful for you.. and if you feel any sort of difficulty .. you can ask me anytime.. I am always here. 🙂


          1. Thank you!! Shukriya!! 😍

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          2. Wow. Your welcome.


      2. mistimaan says:

        My favourite sweet….love it 🙂

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        1. Thank you for the stopping by 🙂

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      3. Naad says:

        I love rasmalai. Thanks for sharing this recipe 😄

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        1. All pleasure is mine

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      4. Rohini says:

        I am already hungry 😍

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        1. Hahaha … 😉😉

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      5. orlando788 says:

        I absolutely love this sweet!!!

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      6. exoticnita54 says:


        Sounds really delicious 😋..

        What are cardamoms ????

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        1. Cardamom is a spice.. mostly used in sweet dishes… And for more details you can search in google

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          1. exoticnita54 says:

            Oooh thank you

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          2. Always welcome ma’am ❤

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          3. exoticnita54 says:

            You are a sweet one…
            aren’t you

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          4. Hahaha. 🙈🙈

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      7. This looks delicious!

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      8. ohiocook says:

        Thank you for stopping by my blog.

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      9. Nasuko says:

        Yummy Yummy 😛

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      10. Thanks for sharing. Quick query – can this be made with skimmed milk too (de-creamed milk)? Thnx

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        1. No I didn’t try ever this with such ingredients but you must take a try with skimmed milk or creamed milk may be you create another new dish of eggplant 😉 cooking is just like a new experiments. Try and new recipe is ready 😉

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      11. Opps so sorry .. i thought that you are asking about eggplant raita. Loll sorry.. no you can’t make Ras malalai from these milk it is just made of dry milk powder ..


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