This is lip smacking dessert from Orissa. It can be called sister of rasmalai and easier to prepare. This is basically deep fried sweet cheese balls floating in thick milk.

Ingredients :
2 litres milk : divided into two portion
1 tsp cardamom powder freshly ground
4-5 strands of kesar
1 cup sugar
1 lemon
Handful of Dry Fruits
1 tbsp milk powder
pinch of baking soda
1 tsp cornflour

Method to Prepare :
Boil 1 litre milk in pan. Once, it starts boiling, add lemon juice. Its separates to give you paneer.
Add 1 tbsp sugar, cornflour and milk powder to the paneer and mash it well.
Make small balls and deep fry in ghee or oil.
Keep Aside.
Heat the remaining milk in a non stick pan. Reduce it to 3/4th . At this this stage, add cardamom powder and kesar.
Add sugar and the paneer balls. Boil the paneer balls in milk for about 5-6 min on low flame.
Add dry fruits.
Rasabali is ready to be served.


  1. I love rasgullas, rasmalai and I am sure I'm gonna love this too :-)

  2. Very new dessert to me..sounds really good...

  3. Wowww... looks too good and perfect.. awesome job !!

  4. Very new and droolworthy dessert, looks yummy..

  5. This dessert is new to me. It looks delicious!!

  6. oh! very simple dish. I never knew paneer is prepared this way. Great

  7. this sounds easy ....And new kind of dessert to me
    Hamaree Rasoi

  8. Rasmalai's sister is very delicious and different!

    Nandini's Food Page

  9. Love rasmalai, so by all means I'll like her sis too :-) Got to try this one..Bookmarking this Soma

  10. looks awesome! You make it sound really easy! I thought it took a loong time to make...

  11. Quite new to me ..looks yumm n sounds so easy!!

    US Masala

  12. There u go, again a wonderful new recipe..liked ur recipe..will try sometimes..thx for sharing.

  13. Very different but sounds really good, would love to try this