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Bikaneri Rasgulla

What is Rasgulla?

Rasgulla is Sweet dish made of cottage cheese dipped in sugar syrup.

What is Bikaneri Rasgulla?

You might have heard about Rasgullas, famous in Indian Odhisha state & Sponge Rasgullas famous in Indian subcontinent. But, you may not have heard about Bikaneri Rasgullas. Have you?

I love to cook but usually get very less time to make my special. Today, my sister Shalini tried Bikaneri Rasgullas and I thought about sharing this on my blog.

Bikaneri Rasgulla

Bikaneri Rasgulla

I would love share the recipe with you.

How to Make Rasgulla?


  1. Full Cream Milk: 1 kg
  2. Milk – 1 Cup
  3. Ararot Powder (Arrowroot)  -  2 tsp
  4. White Sirka (vinegar)  -  2 tsp
  5. Sugar  -  2 Cups

Method to prepare Rasgulla:

  1. Boil full cream milk & add 2 tsp of white sirka in it.
  2. Wait for some time & you can see paneer coming out from the milk.
  3. Add ararot powder in paneer and mesh it completely.
  4. Make small round shape white balls.

How to prepare sugar syrup:

  1. Add 2 tsp sugar to a cup of water and boil it.
  2. Wait for some time & add a cup of milk when water starts boiling.
  3. After boiling remove the solid stuff from the mixture by filtering it and boil it again.
  4. Now, add prepared rasgullas to the mixture keeping high temperature.
  5. Rasgullas will double its size.
  6. As mixture gets thickened, keep adding table spoon of water for approx. 20 minutes.
  7. Keep the dish for 12 hours to enjoy its true taste.
Sponge Rasgulla

Sponge Rasgulla

Remember: Rasgulla is a sweet dish having its origin from Orissa and not West Bengal. I would also like to know how it became famous in west bengal.

How to Serve Rasgulla?

Generally it is served at room tempreture, but many families love them chilled.

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