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Bengali Rasgulla - Pressure Cooked Puffed Cheese Spheres

By pazzaglia, member

July 20th, 2011

Surprising, refreshing and beautiful... this Indian dessert is perfect for a hot, sweltering summer. Though the result is exotic, the ingredients are not and most are easy to find at your local grocery store.

I tasted this dessert for the first time at a party in the home of my husband's Indian colleague and was immediately taken by the delicate taste and texture.  I had forgotten this discovery until a roundabout google search for a Thai soup recipe inexplicably landed me on a Rasgulla recipe.  Click, click, click... I was getting into trouble quickly learning various techniques.  And in under an hour I had my first successful batch cooling in the fridge.

I had already made ricotta cheese at home, so making paneer for the first half of this recipe was easy - it's the  exact same process with slightly different ingredients and timing!

Recipe Used: My own design - Bengali Rasgulla - Pressure Cooked Puffed Cheese Spheres


posted in: Gallery, dessert, summer, vegetarian, gluten free, indian, pressure cooker, low-carb, ANY SEASON, cheese and milk, Intermediate
Comments (1)

LisaLynnw writes: This looks delicious but there's no way it should be labeled "low-carb" - there are 192 carbs in a cup of sugar! Posted: 3:05 pm on September 11th

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