Rasagulla Takeaway & Delivery Restaurants

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Consumer favourite Rasagulla delivery restaurants

Spicy Hut Indo-Chinese

Indian
17:30 - 23:00
Min order
Concord West
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  • Biryani Special Family Meal
    • 1 x Veg/Chicken Entree
    • 1 x Biryani (Veg/Chicken/Goat)
    • 1 x Veg/Chicken/Goat/Lamb Curry
    • 2 x Naan
    • 1 x Yoghurt Raita
    • 2 x Papadam
    • 1 x Serve of Gulab Jamon

    $49

  • Veg Family Meal
    • 1 x Veg Entree
    • 2 x Veg Curries
    • 1 x Plain Basmati Rice
    • 3 x Naan
    • 1 x Serve of Golgappa/Pani Puri (6 Pcs) with Tangy Mint Water
    • 1 x Yoghurt Raita
    • 1 x Serve of Papadam
    • 1 x Serve of Gulab Jamon

    $49

  • Non-Veg Family Meal
    • 1 x Veg/Chicken Entree
    • 2 x Veg/Chicken/Goat/Lamb Curry
    • 1 x Plain Basmati Rice
    • 3 x Naan
    • 1 x Yoghurt Raita
    • 2 x Papadam
    • 1 x Serve of Gulab Jamon

    $59

Taj Indian Masala - Homebush

Indian
11:00 - 22:00
Min order
Homebush

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Rasagulla, originally from Odisha, is a type of dessert popular in South Asia, particularly in Mauritius, West Bengal and its birthplace, Odisha. The syrupy dish originally emerged as spongy and whitish dumplings made out of semolina dough and Indian cottage cheese (chhena), which are cooked in a kind of sugar syrup.

What takeaway Rasagulla can I order online?
 
Australians have access to Rasagulla through takeaway from Indian or South Asian restaurants. An interest is not surprising, as it is such a different kind of dessert to the ones Australians might usually order or have at home.
 
The Rasagulla recipe differs, depending on where it is made, and the resulting dessert also looks different, according to these variations. In Bengali, Rasagullas are rubbery and whitish, while in Orissa, they are less spongy and creamier in colour. The Odisha variety, which is also said to be the original one, also contains cashews, raisins or cardamom seeds.
 
Rasagulla is typically served at room temperature, although that has been subject to change as time has passed. They are now either served chilled or even hot and freshly made. In Northern India, additional flavours such as rosewater and saffron are added, and the completed dish is garnished with pistachios.

Recent reviews

Spicy Hut Indo-Chinese

Overall 9.3 |  Food 9  |  Value 9  |  Speed 10

Ordered same items again and this time with kids meals. Kids loved the fish and our mild items! Driver arrived just before... Read more

Ell - February 2018

Taj Indian Masala - Homebush

Overall 8.7 |  Food 9  |  Value 9  |  Speed 8

Very tasty and consistent food. "Palak paneer a must try"

Pranav - May 2017
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