Rasmalai

Rasmalai

Ingredients: Dry milk 1 cup Egg 1 Baking powder 1 tsp Oil 1 tbsp Green cardamom ½ tsp Pistachios/almonds chopped 1 tbsp Milk 1 litre Sugar ¾ cup Method: Mix dry milk, egg, baking powder, oil and small cardamom powder. Knead well like roghni rotis dough. Now shape them into...

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