Rasgulla Making Machine
Rasgulla, Roshogolla or Rasagola is an Indian syrupy dessert popular in the Indian subcontinent and regions with South Asian diaspora. It is made from ball-shaped dumplings of chhena (an Indian cottage cheese) and semolina dough, cooked in light syrup made of sugar. This is done until the syrup permeates the dumplings.
The dish originated in the Eastern part of Indian Sub-continent; the present-day Indian states of Odisha and West Bengal have variously claimed to be its birthplace. Bangladesh also unofficially claimed to be its birthplace but didn't applied for Geographical Indications tag for the same.
- Rasgulla Making Machine Length – 2134mm, Width – 620mm, Height – 1330mm
- Rasgulla Making Machine Hopper Capacity 10kg
- Rasgulla Making Machine Power – 660 watt
- Rasgulla Making Machine Voltage – 240V, 3Phase, 50Hz
- Gulab Jamun Making Making Machine 3 Speed Control
- Gulab Jamun Machine Collection tray
- Rasgulla Making Machine Production Capacity – 2000 piece per hour
- Rasgulla Making Machine Output range 3 gram – 100 gram
- Rasgulla Making Machine Full SS Body
- Low working operation cost.
- One labor can operate machine.
- Compact in size with enclosed body from all side.
- Easy to open parts for water cleaning.
- Food graders contact parts.
- User friendly machine.
- Easy to operate by non technical personal.
- Low maintenance.
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