Mango Rasgulla


Quick and easy dessert to serve - Mango Rasgulla! Cottage Cheese dumplings cooked slowly in Mango syrup to be served with dryfruits!



After a while, again I am sharing this very easy and stunning recipe of Mango Rasgulla. If you are following my posts regularly,you will know that I was sharing so many sweet/dessert posts that finally I had to put a halt to that and start posting savory/spicy recipes.

Long back, even before I had started to cook,I used to wonder how lovely is making Rasgulla but did not have a faint idea how to go about it nor that I cared , as I had so many other things to worry that time. Since I started to have interest in recipes and food,I started to make my own Rasgulla at home and it is amazing! Check out my recipe of RasgullaPlease pardon my images in the post,I will be updating the pictures soon.

If you do now want to carry out the whole procedure then you can use store bought Rasgulla tin too.
If you are outside India then Rasgulla is available on amazon and in Indian grocery stores too.

Here I have used the Rasgulla and the sugar syrup that is served along with Rasgulla. So there was no need to use any additional sugar but instead ,consumed the syrup in the recipe itself. One more thing is that if Mango is not in season then use the readymade/storebought Mango Pulp. Sometime the store bought Mango Pulp/Puree is not sweet so accordingly adjust the sugar syrup in the recipe.


Rasgulla in Mango Pulp


This recipe is very easy and under 30 mins recipe ,if you have Rasgulla tin from the store. Also the amazing Mango flavor with Saffron and Pistachio makes the final dish very stunning and interesting.
I have previously shared a lot of sweets/desserts. I am listing a few here for you all to check:



Here are few Tips:
  • I have used the Mango Pulp which was a bit sour than sweet,so I used up 1 Cup of sugar syrup here to make it sweet. If you use fresh mango pulp or sweeter variety then you can adjust the sugar accordingly.
  • When you cook the sugar syrup and pulp,mix once and then start to cook it.
  • Cook this on low flame and let it get thick slightly.
  • Once the rasgulla are added do not stir them as they might break.
  • Cook for about 2 minutes or slightly more till the rasgulla are nicely coated with thick syrup.

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Print Recipe
Mango Rasgulla
Delicious Cottage Cheese dumplings cooked in Mango pulp and served with dry fruits!
Ingredients
  • 10 Nos Rasagulla / Cottage Cheese dumplings(Store bought/homemade)
  • 1 Cup Sugar Syrup(from the Rasgulla)
  • 1 Cup Mango Pulp
  • 1 Teaspoon Cardamom Powder
  • 1/3rd Cup Pistachio,sliced
  • 1 Pinch Kesar / Saffron
Instructions

To start with the recipe,you can use store bought Rasgulla or make them at home.
If you want to make rasgulla at home then check out my recipe of Rasgulla.
In a pan,add the mango pulp and sugar syrup.

Here I have used the sugar syrup from the rasgulla itself.
Let it cook on low flame till it starts to thicken.

This should take around 5-7 minutes.
Now,slowly add the rasgulla to the mango sauce and let the rasgulla cook on low flame till they are coated well with the sauce.
Do not cook it till the sauce is all dried up.

We need some Mango sauce to serve too.
Add the cardamom powder,kesar and dry fruits.

Mix once and refrigerate this till you want to serve.
Serve chilled!
Details
Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Yield: 3 Servings






Cottage Cheese dumplings








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Prasanna Hede
Prasanna Hede

28 comments:

  1. This looks really flavorful! I've never tried anything like it, but I would love to. Yum!!!

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  2. I've never had mango rasgulla before. It's so bright and pretty I really want to try it!

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    1. Thank you so much :) its basically Mango version of basic Indian Rasgulla :)

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  3. Mango Rasgulla looks and sounds wonderful. Lovig the colours. I imagine the flavours go perfectly together.

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    1. Yes actually it was very yumm! Thank you Helen :)

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  4. I love mangoes and this is a beautiful way to use the fruit. Lovely bright colors in the photos too! - Tina

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  5. This looks so tasty, I've never even heard of rasgulla, and such a wonderful flavour combination!

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    1. Thank you Lizzie :) its one of the very famous Indian sweets.

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  6. I've never heard of this one but wow it is gorgeous and sounds absolutely delicious! Saving this one for later! Thanks!!

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  7. Well I like cottage cheese and dumplings. This looks very interesting...and totally delicious. I bet the flavours are so good too.

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    1. Thanks Gloria :) yes it's a very famous and delicious sweet :)

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  8. You always post such interesting recipes! And who doesn't love mango!!! Pinning!

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  9. Wow, I have never heard of rasgulla... it looks delicious! Yum!

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  10. That sounds utterly amazing! I do love mango and I saw mango pulp in my local supermarket recently. I'll have to try this!

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  11. How innovative. Never heard or tasted mango flavored rasgulla. Thanks for sharing

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  12. I love trying new foods from all over the world and this one looks so tasty! Thanks for sharing.

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  13. I'm always learning about new dishes with ingredients I've never heard of from you Prasanna! This looks delicious!

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  14. Such an interesting recipe! I have never had anything like it. Love the sweet and savory aspect, and it also looks very pretty!

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  15. This looks amazing! And I love the saffron and pistachio twist!

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  16. Love trying new dishes and this looks like it is one to try. Who doesn't love mango!

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  17. This looks so delicious! I've never heard of Rasgulla, but I'm glad I know about it now! I must try it!!

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  18. I've never heard of Rasgulla. It looks delicious, especially with the mango and pistachios.

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  19. What a gorgeous dessert! Love the vibrant color here - and I'm always a fan of adding a sprinkle of pistachios on top of things. YUM!

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  20. This looks so amazing! I would have never thought of making a dessert like this...I love different! Thanks for posting this beautiful post!

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  21. I have never heard of this dessert. It is very colorful, would look so pretty on a dessert table.

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