Recipes Bread Roll Malai 1 year ago 1 Comment Facebook Prev Article Next Article Facebook Prev Article Next Article Related Posts New Recipe: Here’s How We Made Real Peanut Butter In the Studio admin March 18, 2021 New Recipe: Woolworths Shocks Australia With Delicious $8 Biscoff Vegan Cake admin April 23, 2021 New Recipe: McCormick Debuts 24 “Carrot” Gold Digital Easter Recipe “Hunt” and Sweepstakes admin April 7, 2022 New Recipe: 7 delectable deviled egg variations for springtime snacking admin April 3, 2021 New Recipe: Why It’s Better to Bake With Chocolate Chips admin February 12, 2022 New Recipe: Cook this: Chocolate, tahini and banana two ways from Cook, Eat, Repeat admin April 27, 2021 About The Author More from this Author One Response playfulcooking September 10, 2021 Bread Roll Malai is a quick version of the famous Indian dessert – Rasmalai Recipe VIDEO [https://youtu.be/SIBaCWpIvEQ](https://youtu.be/SIBaCWpIvEQ) RECIPE * 150 ml heavy cream * 370 ml whole milk * 6.25 oz (177 g) khoya/mawa (solid milk) * 4 slices of sandwich bread (not stale bread) * 1/3 cup mix of almond and cashew * 2 tablespoons raisins (Soaking in water for some time will help to plump it up) * 6 green cardamoms * 3 tablespoons sugar 1. Grate the khoya to a non-stick skillet, sprinkle 1 and ½ tablespoons sugar, 2 tablespoons milk and give it mix. Stir it around for 10 minutes in medium heat. It will soften down and then comes together like a dough without sticking to the pan. 2. Take it off once done and keep it aside to be used later. 3. To the same skillet, pour the milk and the heavy cream along with rest of the sugar, crushed cardamoms and give a mix. Let it simmer in medium heat for 10 minutes. 4. Then add 1/3rd of the khoya mixture to the skillet and stir around to incorporate the khoya to the milk. It will make it creamier. Simmer for 5 minutes. 5. Add some of the chopped nuts and soaked raisins, give a mix and keep it aside to cool down a little bit. The malai milk is ready. 6. In the meantime, slice the sides off the breads. And roll it gently to thin it out. 7. If the khoya mixture looks dry, add couple tablespoons of the flavored milk to soften the texture. Spread 1 and ½ tablespoons of the khoya mixture on one end of the bread, and dab water at the other end of the bread. Roll it firmly and press a little to seal it tight. Then slice in half using a bread knife 8. Layer the bread roll seam side down on a serving platter. 9. The malai milk should be little hot when you pour it on the bread roll. So, if it feels cold, just warm it up and then pour it on the bread roll. Scatter rest of the chopped nuts and soaked raisins on top and enjoy it. Reply Add Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.