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The recipe seemed simple but it didn't pan out. The curds dissolved in the hot milk and raasmalai balls luckily formed disintegrated in the milk syrup. I then looked at other recipes and they say to boil milk, cool it down then add lemon. Hot milk will do what happened here.

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Anonymous May 28, 2015

Very simple recipe. Loved it. Just one doubt. After we dip the curd balls, should we turn off the stove ?

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Anonymous April 25, 2015

I dd not have cardamom pods at hand (used them recently) so I just put in ground cardamom. My balls didn't hold together very well....I think squeezing harder and chilling first would help. They are very tasty and soaked up the 1/4 cup water 1/4 cup milk 100%

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Ambervim July 10, 2011

Wonderful! I doubled this recipe and just used 6 tbs of sugar because I didn't want it to be too sweet, and it worked out really well. It's not that difficult to make. I was really happy with the results and will definitely make this again!

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browniepie June 13, 2006
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