Take fresh homemade paneer in a wide plate and crumble it. Using your palm mash it for around 5-6 minutes. When it is as smooth as butter or cream stop mashing it and make a dough of it, cover with a wet kitchen towel and keep aside.
Take 6 cups of water and 0.5 cup sugar in a wide pan and let it boil on high flame.
Meanwhile divide the mashed paneer dough in to 10 equal portions. Mash and roll tightly each portion of paneer dough one by one to form a ball shape. Keep aside.
By now sugar syrup must have started boiling. Drop each paneer balls one by one in boiling sugar syrup very slowly. (Make sure your pan has sufficient space as the paneer balls will expand to double in size.)
Cover the pan and reduce the flame to low, leave for 10-15 minutes. After 10 minutes you will see the paneer balls are double in size. Turn each ball once. Cover the pan again and leave for another 5-10 minutes.
Now check the paneer balls when you notice the texture like cracks, it is cooked. Switch off the flame and cover the pan. Otherwise cover the pan and let them cook for further 5-6 minutes on low flame.
When sugar syrup is cold enough (at room temperature) take one rasagulla in hand press it lightly using your fingers to remove the extra sugar syrup and place each in a serving bowl. (you should notice that the rasagulla has come back to its original size as it was before removing the extra sugar syrup).
Now check the sweetness of sugar syrup, 1. If you want more sweetness, take 2 cups of sugar syrup in another bowl and add some extra sugar, mix well and pour over the sponge rasagullas. 2. If you find the sweetness okey to taste, pour 2 cups of same sugar syrup (You used to boil rasagullas) over the rasagullas.
Important disclaimers: Readers are advised to exercise extreme caution and their discretion before trying recipe(s). Readers should be mindful of allergen ingredients in the recipe(s), if any, which they are sensitive to. The author(s) or/and owner(s) of the website assume(s) NO responsibility under any circumstances in case of any health issues and/or other mishaps while trying the recipe(s).