Making Santrabhog at home

This is a Recipe for preparing tasty Santrabhog or Orange flavoured Rosogolla, the famous and popular Sweet Dish from Bengal. In this article, I will explain the easy method to make this Mithai at home by following this simple to understand recipe.

 ½ Liter Milk (cow)
¼ Tea spoon Critic Acid
A Pinch Baking Powder
3-4 Drops Orange Emulsion

For the Sugar Syrup
 ½ Cup Sugar
2 Cups water

Homemade Santrabhog
Santra Bhog Made at Home

 Dissolve the Critic Acid in two table spoon Water. Boil the Milk and then add the Critic Acid Water and mix it well and again boil the Milk for two minutes on a slow flame. Spread a clean cloth over the stainer and pour the Milk over the stainer and then pour some cold Water over the Paneer. Remove all water from the Paneer by pressing your palm.

Remove the Paneer into the plate and add the Baking Powder and then blend it in a mixer. Remove the Paneer from the mixer and prepare a Dough. Prepare oval shaped balls from the Dough
Heat the Water and Sugar for five minutes and then add the oval shaped balls and boil for ten-twelve minutes. Keep then for cooling in the Refrigerator.

Serve cold.

By Sujata Nerurkar

I am an Expert Indian Chef, Food Columnist and Adviser. I write on food and recipes on my site and conduct cooking, candle making, chocolate making, dry cleaning, decoration and other art classes. The recipes and food themes given by me are unique and original and appear regularly in numerous reputed periodicals, newspapers and magazines.

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