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Rasmalai Tart Cake

I don’t know how it all started, but this Tart Cake is so so famous. To go with the trend I made Rasmalai Tart Cake using Pistachio Tart Base.

pistachio tart

Rasmalai Cake is another dessert that’s still in trend, so I made combined both and made this Tart Cake in Rasmalai flavor. You can check my version of Rasmalai Cake recipes – with egg and without egg.

rasmalai tart cake

I added pistachio, saffron and cardamom in the tart base. And that’s how I call it Rasmalai Tart with some bites of original Rasmalai placed in between the layers. Tart Base recipe is here.

You can also make the Classic Tart filling using the same Pistachio Tart Base Recipe. I filled in with Ganache, Nut Crumble and Whipped cream. For detailed recipe of filling, Click here.

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Rasmalai Tart Cake

Rasmalai Tart Cake can be easily cut into required shape to make it look like numbers or letters. It's more like a naked cake that doesn't require any frosting to cover it with.
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Course Dessert


  • 2 Pc Pistachio Tart Base Dough
  • 3 pc Rasmalai

For Decoration:

  • 1 Cup Whipped Cream
  • 5-8 pc Pistachio
  • 5 Rose Petals
  • 2 Meringue Kisses
  • 2 pc Chocolate


  • I made a heart template in chart paper (you can make your own desired template)
  • Roll the pistachio tart dough to 1/3" thickness and using the template cut the dough.
  • Place it in cookie sheet and bake it for 10-15 min until the edges are golden brown.
  • Let it cool down completely. Make the Rasmalai in to small pieces after squeezing the excess liquid.
  • If desired, add 1 tsp of the rasmalai milk to the tart base to make it soak like a cake.
  • Now pipe the Whipped Cream and place rasmalai chunks and some chopped pistachio with fresh rose petals.
    rasmalai tart cake
  • Now place another layer of the tart base on it and decorate them with more rasmalai, pistachio, rose petals, chocolate and meringue.

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