Be it cakes, cupcakes, brownies , cake pops or anything related to cakes, she is all out there trying out something new, every time!!!
Wondering who I am talking about??Everyone loves cakes. Who doesn’t? I have a family where all of us have a sweet tooth – may it be my son, hubby, and daughter to some extent, they end up eating deserts like ice creams or cakes invariably, every week at least twice. I am also a desert lover, however being a calorie conscious person, I really hesitate and take a back seat in having deserts, but still love to have them on and off !
But then I am so glad that I found my dearest baking friend Jaya Mangtani and Salubrious Bakes who makes healthy cakes , with whom I can order cakes as many I want . She is there always saying “Yes” to bake cakes, that too in short notice most of the times
Recently I have seen some of the post from Salubrious Bakes, where Jaya baked a 5kg Rasmalai cake. What intrigued me most was “Rasmalai on a cake”? Of course ,we all know Rasmalai, which is such a popular sweet, but to see it in a cake , was something different and I was little skeptical how that would turn out to be…
So I asked her to get me some Rasmalai cake, when she was baking for a big order, and she got a small sample cake for us, asking me to share my views on it…The moment I opened the cake box, I was so impressed by the presentation of the cake, the lovely yellow coloured flower cake decorated so beautifully with the lovely aroma of Rasmalai drizzling over it fully, Wow!!!
This Kesar sponge cake had flavours of Rasmalai, Dry fruits and Rabdi filling inside. They were beautifully covered with fresh cream and decorated with dry fuits and rasmalai… Rasmalai, the special Bengali sweet, made with Paneer or Chhena are soaked in sweet, thickened and saffron flavoured milk. Each forkful of these sponge cakes were bursting with flavours of Kesar and Cardamom with the Malai added on it. The taste of the not-too-sugary sweet Rasmalai, which was oozing out of the cake, was so yummy and hitting my taste buds so well, while I could also feel the softness of that sinful sponge cake melting inside my mouth!!
Rasmalai many a times, has been described as “a rich cheesecake without a crust” and in that sense, Jaya did complete justice in bringing out the richness of this desi Malai and the blissful taste of Kesar and dry fruits , while not compromising the flavours of the yummy and soft Vanilla sponge cake. To me this royal and exotic combination was the perfect blend of Indo – Western fusion cuisine baking recipe with that poise look of a perfect delicious cake!!!
So it’s time to grab the yummy piece of this sinful smooth sponged Rasmalai cake from Salubrious Bakes – Jaya Mangtani @ +91 95451-88026 and enjoy every blissful moment of it!!!
Prices – Rs.700/- for half kg and Rs.1200/- per kg
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