Friday, 15 June 2012

You're Invited ~ Priya Suresh - Mango Rasgulla

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Hello readers,

You're Invited !
The reason behind this concept was to meet so many of you wonderful food bloggers and display YOUR cooking expertise.

 So how it will work ?

 I will invite you food bloggers and publish Guest Posts by you on JCO. It would be fab if you invite your fellow bloggers to also write posts for JCO so please feel free to do so and don't be shy!

Today we have our fourth guest, she doesn't need any introduction as she is well known amongst all the food bloggers. A very big name through and through !! A specialist in her art and she is a kind and warm soul and dear friend of mine who continues to give me a lot of support. So here we go and this is our dear Priya Suresh of Priya's Versatile Recipes !! where you will find many versatile dishes...

Let's hear from Priya

Few days back, when Jagruti asked me for a guest post, i didn't even hesitate a second. I immediately said OK and i was breaking my head to prepare something different  and specially for her.Rasgullas are my favourite Bengali milk sweets,i can die for it. I do prepare it quite often whenever i crave for something sweets. Obviously i want to make something sweet for my guest post, rasgullas came immediately to my mind and wanted to prepare it for this guest post with a twist.

As i don't want to make the usual rasgullas, i prepared this mango rasgullas using fresh mango puree and homemade paneer.An incredible rasgullas with an exotic flavour will definitely tastes absolutely marvellous.
So Jags..
Here comes my recipe for you and your readers..I prepared specially mango rasgullas for you..as I know Jagruti is a Mango fanatic !!!!!!!!!!


You will need for :- Mango Rasgulla

  • 2litres Full fat milk
  • 3tbsp Lemon juice
  • 1+1/2cups Sugar
  • 1cup Thick Mango pulp
  • 3cups Water
  • 1/2tsp Cardamom powder

Method:-

  • Take the milk in a heavy bottomed vessel,bring boil and keep stirring to avoid burning of milk..
  • Once the milk comes to boil, start adding the lemon juice and keep stirring,put the flame in simmer and cook for few seconds until the milk solids gets separates from the whey.
  • Switch off the heat.
  • Pour this curdled milk to the already lined muslin cloth over a strainer,squeeze out all the whey water and rinse the milk solids/paneer under water and squeeze out the water as much as possible.
  • Place a heavy weight over the drained milk solids/paneer to squeeze out the water completely.
  • Take the paneer in a vessel,mash it well and knead for few minutes until they turns soft...make medium sized balls from the smooth dough, take care not to have any crack on the ball.
  • Boil the water in a pressure cooker,add the sugar,cardamom powder and mango pulp to the water,bring to boil.
  • Add the already prepared paneer balls to the cooking syrup. Put the lid and cook till 3 hisses.
  • Once the pressure gets released,open the lid and transfer the mango rasgullas to the bowl and let them cool completely.
  • Arrange in fridge for an hour before serving topped with sliced almonds.
 Thanks a ton to Jags for giving me a chance to this fantastic guest post in her super blog.



Priya, after looking at the Mango Rasgulla pics and while I was reading the recipe method, I was drooling :-D !! I won't delay in making this one for sure !! I thank you from the bottom of my heart for this delightful recipe and also you kept me in your mind while you created this dish..!
Come on friends, why don't you make this ? Father's Day is a great excuse to prepare and indulge in this awesome dessert. It's pure bliss !!

It's an honor to have you on JCO !!

13 comments:

  1. Looks so good !! Priya always rocks !!

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  2. oh... sounds delicious.!!!!!! Yummmy

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  3. Thanks a lot for giving me a chance to do this guest post Jags..

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  4. Looks incredible and super tempting..

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  5. Priya is the queen of innovative recipes. give her anything and she will come up with delicious dishes. she is a inspiration to all. the rasgullas look awesome.

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  6. Versatality and Priya are synonyms... Her blog is indeed very inspirational. The rasgullas looks great :-)

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  7. She is very active and always very innovative in her dishes..Mango rasgullas are looking tmepting...

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  8. So delicious and also very awesome look and Will do this at my home:)

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  9. Yummy perfect seasonal recipe from Priya..Innovative !

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  10. Yummy perfect seasonal recipe from Priya..Innovative !

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  11. These rasgullas look so delicious.

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  12. Three cheers to Priya and her Mango rasgullas - look fantastic and it is interesting that she used the pressure cooker to prepare it!!

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