EGGLESS RASMALAI CAKE | RASMALAI CAKE

Eggless RasMalai Cake, an interesting fusion layered cake that is exquisite and sumptuous! Make it for someone that you love, surely they will never forget it.

Eggless Ras Malai Cake, an interesting fusion layered cake that is exquisite and sumptuous! This cake is prepared with basic sponge cake and Inadin dessert Ras Malai.




Eggless Rasmalai Cake is the perfect treat and dessert for any happy occasion such as birthdays, get together or even Indian festivals, surely this cake will be a centre of attention because this cake is glamorous!

What is Rasmalai Cake? A fusion cake or dessert prepared with a basic western sponge cake and exotic traditional Indian ( Bengali ) sweet Ras Malai. In the word Ras malai, Ras translates as juice and Malai as 'Cream'! In this Ras Malai recipe, Indian Cottage Cheese (Paneer) balls are cooked and immersed in a  creamy milky syrup which is flavoured with cardamom and saffron.
The dessert or sweet Ras Malai itself is divine and once it is incorporated into sponge cake this dessert becomes an ultimate treat for those who have a sweet tooth.

Eggless Ras Malai Cake, an interesting fusion layered cake that is exquisite and sumptuous! This cake is prepared with basic sponge cake and Inadin dessert Ras Malai.


A few months back I saw these cake pictures posted by someone on social media and I was sold.  Since Ras Malai (last time we prepared Ras malai 7 years ago)

Meanwhile now and then I checked for the recipe and ideas on google, couldn't find who actually created this cake in the first place, I assume definitely not by any food blogger that I know. But saw many recipes and youtube videos which are all similar.

Eggless Ras Malai Cake, an interesting fusion layered cake that is exquisite and sumptuous! This cake is prepared with basic sponge cake and Inadin dessert Ras Malai.

In my opinion, someone got inspired by a Mexican Classic moist Three Milk Cake, Pastel de Tres leche that is a basic sponge cake soaked in a mixture of three kinds of milk and topped with whipping cream. This Ras Malai cake is so similar to that, the basic sponge either with eggs or eggless is moistened with thick milk ( Ras from Ras Malai) which is flavored with cardamom and saffron and frosted with fresh whipped cream and topped with Paneer Balls garnished pistachio slivers and saffron threads.



Eggless Ras Malai Cake, an interesting fusion layered cake that is exquisite and sumptuous! This cake is prepared with basic sponge cake and Inadin dessert Ras Malai.

My Ras malai cake turned out beautiful, moist and wonderful. Surely this cake is high in calories and fat, but it is a unique one too. It is a creamy and dreamy dessert for a special occasion, hmm, you have a great excuse to try your hands on this as Valentine's day is approaching fast :)





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Eggless rasmalai cake
Desserts, Eggless baking
Indian
Yield: 8-10 SERVINGS
Author:

RASMALAI CAKE | EGGLESS RASMALAI CAKE

RASMALAI CAKE | EGGLESS RASMALAI CAKE

This divine and sumptuous Eggless ras malai cake is perfect for any happy occasions, this makes an ultimate dessert for any cake lovers!
prep time: 30 Mcook time: 35 Mtotal time: 65 M

ingredients:

Ras Malai Cake
  • Ras Malai with 18 paneer balls and 100mls thickened milk
  • 1/4 cup Pistachio Slivers
  • 10-12 Saffron threads
  • 600ml Double Cream
  • 5 Tbsp. Icing Sugar
  • few drops Cardamom essence
  • Edible glitter ( optional)
Eggless sponge
  • 1 cup plain flour
  • 1/2 cup powdered sugar
  • 2 Tbsp. full-fat plain yogurt
  • 1/2 cup sunflower oil
  • 2 Tbsp. full-fat milk powder
  • 1/4 cup full-fat milk
  • 1/4 tsp. bicarbonate of soda
  • 1 tsp. baking powder
  • Pinch salt
  • Vanilla extract

instructions:

How to cook RASMALAI CAKE | EGGLESS RASMALAI CAKE

Sponge
  1. Preheat the oven to gas mark 4, 350 F or 180 C.
  2. Butter and flour two 6" or 9" round cake tin.
  3. Whisk together yogurt and sugar in a bowl until sugar dissolves properly.
  4. Add baking powder and Baking Soda, leave it for a few minutes (4-5) to let the yogurt mixture rise.
  5. Once it bubbled up, add oil and vanilla extract, mix well and add sifted plain flour and milk powder.
  6. Combine everything, add milk little by little and don't beat the mixture too much.
  7. Divide evenly between two cake pans and bake about 30-35 minutes ( Eggless cake takes more time to bake ) or until a toothpick comes out clean.
  8. Once cakes are done, remove it from the oven and let it cool at room temperature.
  9. Once cakes are cooled properly, trim the edges with a serrated knife to even out.
Rasmalai cake
  1. Now whip the cream until soft peaks and add icing sugar and cardamom essence. 
  2. Once again whip for a couple of minutes. ( if you want you can add few spoons of ras malai milk here too) I did not add any.
  3. Now start assembling the cake.
  4. Spread a little whipped cream on a cake stand and put the first layer of sponge.
  5. Use a spoon and pour thick milk 'RAS' of ras malai. You won't need all of it.
  6. Now spread little-whipped cream evenly on the sponge then arrange half of the paneer balls over it.
  7. Apply a thick coat of whipping cream evenly and smooth it with the spatula.
  8. Place another slice of sponge cake, pour-over ras malai milk and apply a thick coat of whipping cream all over the cake and sides as well.
  9. Now frost the cake how you like it using pipings or edible flowers and arrange remaining cheese balls on top of the cake.
  10. Sprinkle pistachio slivers all over the cake, garnish it with the saffron threads and sprinkle some edible glitter, especially if you are making this cake for a girl :)
  11. Chill this cake for a couple of hours.
  12. Enjoy at room temperature.

NOTES:

Pressed for time? use shopbought rasmalai.
Calories
1371.27
Fat (grams)
109.79
Sat. Fat (grams)
55.26
Carbs (grams)
41.74
Fiber (grams)
1.02
Net carbs
40.72
Sugar (grams)
24.84
Protein (grams)
56.16
Sodium (milligrams)
2204.60
Cholesterol (grams)
278.91
The nutritional information provided is an approximation calculated by an online calculator. Please consult a professional dietitian for nutritional advice.

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19 comments

  1. The birthday girl must have been super proud of this wonderful and delectable fusion cake.Not only does it look stunning but its oozing with a mothers love.

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  2. Such a beautiful cake to bake for your lovely daughter's birthday! I am sure she must have really loved it a lot... The Rasmalai cake has been doing it's rounds for some time now and definitely, the flavors sound spot on!

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  3. What a gorgeous cake.. lucky Hayley... Pics are extremely tempting my dear. Wonderful share ..

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  4. Wow!! Looks so good, I am yet try the Ras malai cake, it was most tried cake recipe. The click is gorgeous.

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  5. Belated bday wishes to your daughter and this is a mighty achievement from your end by attempting such a delicious looking and moist cake topped with beautiful rasamalais or rosgullas. This cake is perfect for the Indian palate, subtle taste and flavours. Every effort when done with love is greatly appreciated. Glad your family did the same. Cheers!

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  6. While reading about this ras malai cake I was diving into this flavorful and juicy cake. For a second It felt like I just had a bite of it. I am checking your ras malai version. Clicks are very beautiful. Di make a tutorial for some tips.

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  7. Such an awesome looking cake.. Wish i could grab a slice right now!!

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  8. Belated birthday wishes to your daughter! She must have been so happy to see this gorgeous cake. Great job, Jagruti :)

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  9. Love love love it.. .. From the the drool worthy pics to the whole story behind it. Happy b'day to your daughteršŸ˜Š

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  10. That's a beautiful cake. Loved the combination with rasmalai, it must be tasting yummy.

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  11. Your daughter mush have been so happy to see this gorgeous cake, You have done this cake so beautifully!

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  12. Such a gorgeous looking cake with rasmalai. Love the eggless recipe and it is definitely a keeper. Bookmarking the recipe.

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  13. That is one super gorgeous cake jagruti! Looks amazing! Stunning clicks and I bet the birthday girl must be super duper happy!!

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  14. Wow... Can't take my eyes off.. Stunning cake ! Belated Birthday Wishes to your lovely daughter :)

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  15. This masterpiece looks like hard work!!! love it. Like you I too had seen a lot of rasmalai cakes on social media but haven't dared to make one as I am hopeless at baking. I like that this recipe is eggless so I may attempt to make it one day.

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  16. You have mentioned milk and milk powder in the cake ingredients but not used in the cake recipe anywhere. Can you plz clear that whether to use milk and milk powder while making the cake or not.

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    1. I have mentioned in the method when to use milk powder and milk. Please go through recipe once again you will see. Hope this helps.

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  17. Hey, is this cake batter supposed to be thick?

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