Thursday, September 29, 2011

Bread Rasmalai for Blog Hop Wednesday

Its Week 5 of Blog Hop Wednesday. I m really really sorry for posting it so late. Though everything was ready last week itself, i couldnt find time to sit and do the post, pretty busy with Navrathiri Celebrations. Loads of Work and a very bad back-pain. 
This week i m paired with Jyothi of Pages. I have already tried her Eggless Cake Recipes, This time, i went for Bread Rasmalai. An Easy to make and Definitely a Crowd-Pleasing Dessert!

500 ml Milk (i used Low-fat)
1/4 Cup Sugar
3-4 Cardamom pods crushed.
Almond, Pistachios Flakes 
4 Slices of Milk Bread

  • In a heavy bottom pan, Boil milk until it reduces to half its quantity. Give it a stir, once in a while.  Keep the Flame Low, to avoid burning of milk.
  • Add Sugar and Cardamom  and Stir well. Let it sit for another 6-8 minutes.
  • Add Almond and pista flakes, put off the flame. Let it cool a bit, then refrigerate.
  • While Serving, Cut bread to desired shape using a Cookie Cutter. Place the slice in a bowl, Add the chilled milk on top. Let the bread slice soak in the milk for 2-3 minutes, Serve Chilled.
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