Rasmalai is an Asian sweet dessert which belongs to Bengal Cuisine. Rasmalai is a very refreshing and cool sweet popular in the whole South Asia mainly Pakistan, India and Bangladesh. Here we will learn Pakistani Rasmalai Recipe offered by
Ras Malai, Rasmalai or Rosh Malai is also very famous in the world. Desi community throughout the world arranges gatherings to remember and revive the desi traditions of their native countries where rasmalai and other Pakistani Indian foods are presented.
The term Ras Malai is a combination of two Urdu words, Ras and Malai. Ras means "Juice" and Malai means "Cream". It is dessert course recipe, equally famous in many South Asian countries. Recipe of Ras malai include Paneer (cheese), Malai (cream), Cheeni (sugar) and Sooji (semolina). Paneer made rasgulle are soaked in malai syrup, eaten with spoon. Biting it leaves the refreshing juicy creamy syrup which doubles the joys of enjoying a sweet dessert.
Ras malai is also known as 'rossomalai'. As it started gaining popularity, chefs
looked for new ways to make this sweet. Lately, there were different methods introduced to prepare recipe of
rasmalai. A new style of making it was to using milk powder instead of plain milk and this was successful. This
method got popular as and now many popular chefs recommend using milk powder while making rasmalai.