Ras Malai (Sweet Cheese Balls in Milk)

Serving: 20 pieces |Type: Sweets



Milk -½ gallon(2% milk)
Curd -½ cup
Sugar rock candy -20 or 25 (small)
Saffron(optional) -few


1.  Boil the milk for 20 -25 minutes.

2. Then add the curd boil it for few seconds then milk will get curdle and then turn off the stove.

3. Take a strainer put a paper towel in it  strain the water keep the paneer in the strainer keep it until all water is drained out.


Sugar Syrup:

Sugar -1 cup
Water -6 cups


For Milk Syrup:

Milk -3 cup
Sugar -to taste
Saffron -few
Nuts(badam,pista) -for garnish(chopped)
Pachai Karpuram -pinch(optional)


  1. Take the paneer mix it with your hand for 20 minutes or mix it in the food processor until it becomes like chappati dough.
  2. Take the smooth paneer mixture and make a small lemon size ball place 1 sugar rock candy in the middle and again make it smooth and flatten it very gently.
  3. Make all the balls like that and keep it aside.
  4. Take a broad flat vessel add sugar and  water boil it until bubbles appear.
  5. Then add the prepared cheese balls cook it for 10 minutes on high flame then place it on simmer for 15 minutes  then turn off the stove.
  6. The cooked cheese balls will float to the top once it has cooked.
  7. Take another pan add 3 cups of milk boil it until it get reduced into half.
  8. Then add sugar and saffron mix it well and keep it aside.
  9. Once the cheese balls have cooled down, take it and squeeze out the extra sugar water arrange it in the bowl add boiled milk and garnish with nuts.
  10. Keep it in the fridge and serve it chill.



  1. Instead of curd you can use lemon juice or vinegar or citric acid to curdle the milk.
  2. If you don’t have sugar rock candy use sugar.
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