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Posted by on Nov 18, 2013 in Desserts | 6 comments

Roskodom

roskodom

RosKodom is cheese stuffed chamcham and rolled in sugar bead. Nowadays stuffing chamcham becomes optional, so if you want to omit stuffing chamcham, just feel free to do that. I try to make this recipe as easy as possible. For sugar bead if you live it overseas, you can buy check in cake decoration shop(look for 4mm matt white sugar beads). Thanks for staying with me in my Bangladeshi Dessert’s venture.

Ingredients:

• 2 chamcham (cut into 8 pieces)

• 1 cup ricotta cheese(chana)

• 1 cup milk powder

• 1 tbsp ghee

• ½ cup sugar

• Sugar beads (4mm)

How to make:

1. Mix milk powder, cheese, ghee and sugar in a pan and mix it well.

2. Cook it on medium heat stirring continuously until it starts leaving the sides of the frying pan and becomes like dough. Cook 2 minutes more.

3. Let it pour into a bowl and let it cool down till it becomes just lukewarm.

4. Divide it into 8 balls and stuff each chamcham in each milk balls.

5. Roll them in sugar bead and enjoy Roskodom.

 

Tips:

  1. You can few drops rose water if you want.
  2. Cheese needs to be smooth. For smooth cheese you can knead cheese.

 

রসকদম

উপকরণ:

2 চমচম (৮ টুকরা)

1 কাপ ছানা

1কাপ গুঁড়া দুধ

1 tbsp ঘি

1/2 কাপ চিনি

• চিনির দানা

প্রণালী: 

1. দুধ গুঁড়া, পনির, ঘি ও চিনি কম আঁচে জ্বাল দিন|

2. ছানা আঠালো হয়ে কড়াই থেকে উঠে আসতে শুরু করার পরে আরো 2 মিনিট রান্না করুন এবং

নামান |

3. ছানা একটি বাটিতে ঢালুন এবং ঠান্ডা হতে দিন |

4. ছানা ৮ ভাগে ভাগ করুন এবং প্রতি ভাগে চমচম দিয়ে গোল করুন |

৫. চিনির দানায় গড়িয়ে রসকদম পরিবেশন করুন |

 

Rownak Jahan

Rownak loves to cook bangladeshi food and share her bengali recipes on her cooking blog. Rownak is determined to introduce all the authentic bangladeshi cuisine to the world and let everyone realise what they were missing out! She is based on sunny Queensland (Gold Coast) in Australia. Rownak writes for a number of bangladeshi cooking blog.

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6 Comments

  1. Right now, this is my wildest fantasy: I’m taking small bites from a Rosakodom and there are some more Rosakodom stacked in a bowl right before my eyes…just for me and me only 🙂

    Many thanks for the recipe. Haven’t tasted it for the last 20 years.

    Love.

    • Very easy recipe and you dont even need luck for it. Best of luck.

  2. Did u buy those sugar beads from Coles/Woolies?

    • I bought those matt bead from cake decoration shop.In my city Coles/ Woolies has pearl white bead. but you can check. you can use Pearl white bead too. Thanks.

  3. hi …Milk powder quantity .1tblsp or 1 cup ?

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