Thursday, 3 September 2009

Gulab Jamun

Gulab JamunGulab JamunGULAB JAMUN - fried milk balls immersed in sugar syrup !!

A short video to motivate you to make this delicious dessert.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zbp0yDVZaq0&feature=plcp



Things needed :
Milk powder- 200
All purpose flour - 50 gm
Baking powder -1/2 tsp

Ghee / Oil for frying

sugar 300 gm
water 250 ml
Rose water - 2 tbsp

Preparation method :
Heat a cooking vessel . Make sugar syrup by dissolving sugar in water.Dont let it boil & turn brown. Add rose water into this . Syrup is ready.

In a bowl mix milk powder , flour & baking powder.
Knead dough adding little bit water.
Make small balls from the dough.
Deep fry in medium heat (use oil / Ghee) .Turn frequently until golden brown.
Put the fried balls in sugar syrup. For best results keep it in sugar syrup for min. 1 day.
Decorate with pista & badam or like you want.


                              This is my entry to Nithya & pavithra's Garnish the Dish event :)

14 comments:

  1. These are my absolute favourite! It sounds really easy - I'll have to try it sometime.

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  2. Thanks a lot ! they are my favourite too !...i love almost all north indian sweets

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  3. have been all the recipes of yours, including the hearty Onam Sadya. Just didnt get the time to comment..am sorry, Love the pics of the gulab jamun..really mouth watering.

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  4. Jamun looks absolutely yummmm... I love them so much :)

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  5. Wow the Jamun is real tempting dear.. Thanks for sending us for the event.. Looks so soft and yummy. I love jamun so much. By the way thanks for dropping my blog and for ur lovely comment.

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  6. @Sujata Thanks a lot sujata..I like ur blog also very much ..very funny posts!!

    Thanks Nithya & Pavithra....you comments are encouraging me to post more sweet recipes, which I have in my pc, but couldn't post cuz of lack of time !! see you both in ur artistic blogs !

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  7. gulabjamun i am gonna try this very soon

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  8. Thankx all !!! so grateful for ur feedback!!

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  9. one of my favorite sweet dish item!!!

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  10. In India everyone accept that this gulab jamun is one of the famous sweet in both north and south.

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  11. Hello, i tried this but it came out hard. What am i doing wrong? :( Also all the other recipes have butter or ghee or fresh milk also, is one of these ingredients meant to be in here too?

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    1. it could be that you added less water.. you dont need other ingredients really..you will get it right next time..happy weekend and see you around.

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