Durga Puja Recipe: The worship of any festival is not enjoyed till the time of sweets to eat in it. There is also a tradition of offering different types of sweets as prasad for the worship of Goddess Durga. This time we are going to tell you the recipe of traditional rasgullas of Bengal, which you can make and offer for the worship of Maa Durga. This recipe will be ready at home in very less time. Along with this it is also easy to make.
How to make Bengali Rasgulla
Cow’s milk – half liter
Buffalo milk – 2.5 cups
Lemon juice – one and a half tsp
Sugar – 1 cup
Water – 5 cups
How to make Rasgulla
To make Bengali Rasgulla, first we have to prepare Chhena. For this, boil the milk of cow and buffalo in a deep non stick pan. When it boils, turn off the flame and wait for 1 minute while stirring occasionally. Then slowly add lemon juice to it and stir. Leave it for half a minute for the milk to burst. After this the milk will burst and the water that comes out will be separated.
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Now take a muslin cloth and filter the torn milk. Now the chenna is left. Place this muslin cloth in a bowl of fresh water and wash it 2 to 3 times. Tie it in a cloth and hang it for about half an hour to remove the excess water present in the chenna.
Now put 5 cups of water in a steamer/pressure cooker and add sugar to it and boil it while stirring occasionally. This will completely dissolve the sugar in the water. Meanwhile, squeeze the muslin cloth to remove the water from the chenna. Now open it by placing a muslin cloth on a flat surface. Now after 4-5 minutes, when kneading the chenna with your hands or until the chenna becomes soft.
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Now divide the chenna into equal parts according to the size of the rasgulla you want and give them a round shape by placing them in the middle of your palms. Now put the chhena balls in sugar water and steam it for 8-10 minutes. Keep it covered during this time. Now turn off the flame and keep it for 15 minutes. Remove the abrasgullas and let them cool. Now the rasgullas are completely ready for the offerings of Maa Durga.