Glass desserts are a craze among home bakers and clients. I have been seeing a lot of delicious glass desserts in my FB feed. The flavours are so exotic. And as a baker it is a great way of taking care of all the left over cream, frostings and cake scraps too. When I saw the theme No Bake Lazy Day Desserts for BM this month, I chose it immediately. Being a cake decorator, I am always left with some cake, cream or ganache and what a better way to use them all up.
Recently I made a rasmalai cake (video coming very soon in my channel) and I had some rasmalai, cream and cake. That is what went into this dessert and Sruti loved it so much. Rasmalai is a famous Indian dessert made with spongy paneer balls soaked in a flavoured thick milk topped with pistachios. It is a delicious dessert and it used to be my favourtie when I was so much in love with sweets. Trust me, having a bowl of rasmalai in front and not eating needs a lot of determination, atleast for me. There is no particular recipe for the dish, but still I have written down what I did. I am sure you will like all the three dishes I am going to put this week. I even made a quick video on assembling it. It has been a long time since I made a FB video and here is my attempt. I hope you like it.
Rasmalai Made With Tiny Rasgollas
Left Over Cake
Pistachios and Rose Petals
In a serving glass, add some cake scraps.
Top with two or three rasgollas from the rasmalai.
Add some milk from the rasmalai and let the cake soak it up.
Add a layer of whipped cream.
Repeat the layers finishing with rasgollas.
Garnish with sliced pistachios and rose petals.
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