Bread Rasmalai#SundayFunday

Bread Rasmalai is the quick version of traditional Rasmalai. Instead of paneer, bread slices are used for soaking in saffron flavored thick milk. It's then garnished with chopped nuts. You will love this version of quick Rasmalai like we don, it's become one of our favorite sweets for a quick dessert.

4 Big Bread Slices
3 Cups Milk
1 Teaspoon Desi Ghee
3 Tablespoons Condensed Milk
¼ Cup Sugar
2 Tablespoons Each Almonds & Pistachios - chopped
¼ Teaspoon Saffron Strands 
½ Teaspoon Cardamom Powder

In a pan add the condense milk and milk, cook on medium flame till milk is reduced to half and is thick, add saffron to the boiling milk, keep stirring then add sugar, keep stirring, till the milk has thickened. To this add in the cardamom powder, switch off the flame. When cooled pour the rabri into a bowl and chill it in the refrigerator.
In a another pan heat a teaspoon of desi ghee, fry the almonds and pistachio till slightly toasted. Keep aside.
Take bread slices, cut small circles from the bread slices.
Just at the time of serving take a bowl /plate, add a little of the prepared rabri just enough to soak the bread slices, place the cut bread rounds. Let them soak for few minutes.
Arrange the soaked bread gently into the serving platter. Pour the chilled rabri, garnish it with chopped pistachios and almonds.
Labels: Sweets & Desserts, Bread Slices, Instant Mixes, No Bake Desserts, Sunday Funday  

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Sneha's Recipe
Sneha's Recipe

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  1. Kind of like an unbaked bread pudding! Looks lovely! Thanks for hosting!

  2. Like an unbaked bread pudding. It sounds wonderful.

  3. Sneha a quick and easy recipe to enjoy the flavours of rasmalai but with bread.