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Sweet Dumplings

Recipe by Farhat of Gujranwala, PK

Ingredients vegetarian 6 servings

    • 1 liter fresh milk
    • 2 cup sugar
    • 1 tsp rava ( soji)
    • 1 lemon juice
    • 3 - 4 cup water
    • 3 - 4 cardamom
    • 1/2 tsp baking powder


    1. Boil milk
    2. Add lemon juice in milk to make fresh cheese ( paneer)
    3. Pour it in a clothe to drain water, leave it for a while
    4. When all water is drained, mash it with hand until it become soft dough
    5. Add rava and baking powder, mash again
    6. When rava and paneer mixed altogether make small balls, keep aside.
    7. Meanwhile, dissolve sugar in water, add cardamom to make syrup
    8. Add paneer balls in boiling syrup and boil them for about 10 - 15 minutes
    9. Turn off flame and let them dip into syrup for 2 - 3 hours
    10. Ready to serve

    Note: dough should be soft and fluffy


    Gurpreet Kaur Walia

    I wil surely try it....


    hi. this is imam. Shall we use paneer available in the market ? instead of we make.

    Kusum Lata

    my rasullays tottaly dissolved in the syrup and broke down,pls tell how can i make rasgullays harder.



    hi farhat can u plz tell me how to make dry paneer coz when i made paneer,it was oily & rasgullay dissolved.


    hey my name is kousar ,i want to know that there is another thing ,that we can add in the place of baking powder in rasgulla


    i have prepared rasagulla several times but i never use soojimay i know for wat purpose sooji is used


    thanxxxxxxxx 4 d receipe i love Rasgullay but didn"t know how 2 maka it thanxxxxxx i'll surely try your receipe n if it does;nt turn good then you mind it hmmmmmmm hey i was just joking


    mam,your dish was superb,but when i boiled the balls they were very smooth but when i allowed them to cool they became much harder,could you plz. guide me

    kratika jain

    if any body has a racepee of kaju karie,pls post it to me


    how could we dry the paneer balls before putting in syrup

    romi gupta

    Aman you can go to any grocery store and ask them,you'll definetely get it,one more thing i'd like to know aman is that haven't you eaten soji ka halwa ever??


    hi sanjeev, do we find any change in making the paneer when we use 1% reduced milk or 2% reduced milk ? canu plz tell me is it possible 2 get paneer from the above mentioned milk.i just wanna make sure what kind of milk can we use in US in making tiz dessert perfectly............hope u will answer tiz.......thnx for the recipe..

    Shilpi Lakhera

    we need to take full cream milk or double toned(skimmed) milk, please advise.


    hi farhat....i wanted t ask whn i put the the balls in the syrup it rises but whn i removed and cool it shrinks....pls tell me why happening like this


    what is this soji used in rasgulley. please tell me

    ameeta khadka

    Hello Rajib, No wher I could find the recipe for rossogula except in your Khana Khazana.I will try making them right away.Wish you were here to share the joy with us.Thanks a lot.


    I like rusgullay very much , i will make and serve to my children astha and rohan and my husbend too, thanks to this poornima


    hi farhat......when i boiled the paneer balls in sugar syrup,the balls were shreded........ plz tell me why it become so?



    Your paneer should be dry not oily, because of oil it was dissolved.

    anusaya misrty

    i tried it but when i added the balls i dont know how but they all dissolved and turned into a puree type pls tell me whats wrong with it