Rasgulla is an Indian sweet that is believed to have originated in Kolkata. Ras means Juice and gulla means ball in Hindi. Milk is brought to a boil and a little lemon juice or vinegar is poured into it, separating the milk solids from the whey. The milk solids are hung for many hours in a porous cheesecloth and kneaded into a soft dough. This dough is then rolled into small round balls and slightly flattened.Water, sugar and rose water are mixed together and brought to a boil. The small flattened dough balls are dropped into this and are cooked for a specific time. A thick sugar syrup is prepared and the cooked balls are dropped into this syrup and left to cool. This sweet is served chilled and though the fresh variety has a very short shelf life, it is not uncommon to see Rasgulla packed in tins that have a longer shelf life. Main Ingredients: Milk, sugar, rose water.
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