Odia: ରସାବଳୀ, IAST: Rasabali is an authentic sweet dish from Odisha, India. It originated in the Bladevjew Temple located in Kendrapara and is one of the Chapana Bhoga of Jagannath temple. Rasabali is an authentic sweet dish from Odisha, India. It originated at the Bladevjew Temple in Kendrapara and is one of Jagannath Chapana Bhogas at Puri. The Rasabali is a palm-size pattie that is made by flattening the chhena (cottage cheese). The patties later soaked in sweet, thickened milk known as rabri. Rasabali is sweet, round, flat, and reddish brown in colour. The flat shape absorbs the milk more efficiently. The rabri used for Rasabali is seasoned with crushed cardamoms. Chhena-based Rasabali has high protein content and is also high in iron, calcium, and magnesium. Wait no more and get this authentic tatse o Odisha delivered at your door step.