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Ras Gulla 

Cheese Balls in Sugar Syrup

This is a classic and very popular Indian sweet from Bengal made for special occasions and usually served cold. This is a very sweet dessert.

1 quart milk
1/2 teaspoon salt
8 oz. yogurt
1 teaspoon flour
1/4 teaspoon baking soda

Bring the milk to boil and add salt. Remove from heat and stir in yogurt. Stir gently until all the milk curdles. Strain the curdled milk in a thin muslin cloth. Squeeze gently until all the liquid is gone. You now have "paneer".

Put the " paneer" in a large bowl and knead with the palms of your hand until it becomes smooth and soft. Add the flour and Baking soda and knead a few more minutes. 

Roll and shape into small balls, the size of a ping-pong ball. 

For the Syrup
1 quart water
1 lb sugar
1 teaspoon rose water

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Dissolve the sugar in the water over gentle heat. Set aside half the syrup. 

Bring the other half to boil and gently slip in the balls of paneer. Simmer for 10 minutes and then raise the heat, adding a little water to thin the syrup if necessary. The rasgullas are done when the float to the surface. 

Drain and put them in the syrup that was set aside. Add 1 tsp of rose water for flavoring.  Serve cold.



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