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  • Mixed Berry Smoothie from priya in Little Rock, AR.
    This creamy, fruity, delicious smoothie is packed with Vitamin C and Calcium. A dash of orange juice and honey makes it soothing a...
  • Rasgulla from priya in Little Rock, AR.
    This is a popular Indian sweets made during festivals and special occassions....
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  • Soleil2233 9 months ago about Rasgulla
    I am from Mauritius and this being one of our local dishes...I would advise in cooking these in a pressure cooker, simmering for 10 to 15 minutes would be best. I have never heard of it being cooked in a pressure cooker before.
    We also have an extra stage to this recipe, where the balls are gently deep fried before adding to the syrup, resolve the issue of breaking and looks a lot more appetising. Please see link
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  • cheetoh3 4 years ago about Rasgulla
    What is going to be the difference in texture & taste if there is no flour or no flour & baking powder in the recipe? I am find both variations among the rasgulla recipes, as well as recipes calling for just milk with lemon, lime juice or vinegar as the curdling agent. I'd appreciate a cook experienced in Indian cuisine to answer this question before I attempt the make rasgulla.
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  • jennylebubbles 4 years ago about Mixed Berry Smoothie
    Loved It, make it all the time its so easy!
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  • biji 5 years ago about Rasgulla
    can we try without curdling the milk & use cheese / panir instead ?
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  • pickledickle234 5 years ago about Rasgulla
    Nothing like a good Rasgulla I've had this dish many times. It is so good my youngest son who is 27 travels the world. He comes back telling me about the food. And my friend is Indian and she made me this before many many times. But it is still so good. Thank you very much for posting this so I can now have the Recipe.
    Many warmful wishes to you and your family.

    *Kendra Cream
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  • lovingmybabbyalways 5 years ago
    Hey I also like to try new cultural foods maybe we can try each others Recipes I know I'll try some of yours.
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  • stefanie 7 years ago
    Hi Priya, glad you joined Group Recipes! For your Rasgulla recipe, do I absolutely have to use a pressure cooker? (Because I don't have one unfortunately!)
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