Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Homemade Gulabjamun


                                               
Ingredients:

For Jamuns:

Milk-1/2 litre
Baking Soda-1 tbsp
Maida-5 tbsp
Sugar-3 tbsp(As per your taste)

For Sugar Syrup:
Sugar-1 cup
Water-1cup
Cardamom powder-1/4 tbsp

Method:

Heat milk and sugar in a heavy bottom pan until you will get a thick batter consistency.

                                                 

Then add baking soda and mix it well. The batter will become fluffy.Switch off the flame.

Add maida little by little, mix it well & make a soft dough.
                                
Divide the dough into a small-rounded shaped smooth balls(Jamuns).
                                     
Heat oil at low flame & deep fry the Jamuns till golden brown.
                                   
Meanwhile add sugar and water in a pan and bring to boil.Add cardamom powder and let it boil till the syrup becomes sticky.
                                           
Turn off the flame and add the fried Jamuns to the syrup.

Allow it to cool & leave it for 2-3 hours and then serve it.

Enjoy it with vanilla ice cream.


Note:

For best result, leave the gulab jamun balls in sugar syrup overnight. 


29 comments:

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  2. Tasty jamuns. totally yummy.

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  3. Delicious gulabjamun always homemade is perfect.

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  4. This is a different recipe with fresh milk.. I make with powder milk..

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  5. Wow! This is so delicious, especially paired with the ice cream :)

    Hugs, Rekha

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  6. so delicious and yummy...i always make with gits mix... I'll try it soon...

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  7. hi rekha. hmm, looks interesting and yummy. never seen this before. must be great for tea. have a nice day

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  8. thanks for visiting my blog Rekha...love your gulab jamuns..one of my very few favourite sweets..

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  9. thanks for visiting.happy to follw u
    yummy gulbjamun

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  10. Looks really yummy :-). Glad to be following you too.

    Aparna

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  11. New recipe of Gulab jamoons! I love sweets, Will try it some time. :)

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  12. Looks really nice and delicious Gulab Jamoon!! Thanks for stopping my space and follow to me...u have also lovely space here with yummy recipes..Must follow u:).

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  13. Looks so soft. never tried ur way. thanks for stopping by... happy to follow u dear...

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  14. interesting jamun recipe with simple ingredients, looks yummy tooo...
    Spicy Treats

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  15. perfectly made gulab jamuns !!!!they look soft n very very delicious !!!!!!

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  16. Delicious and yummy gulab jamums. You have a wonderful blog. Following you too. Smiles......

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  17. Hi, Very Innovative Recipe... Never tried this.. Will try this weekend...
    padayyappa

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  18. Perfect looking balls of my favourite dessert my friend :D

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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  19. These are my all time favourite dessert and can have it anytime..thanks

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  20. Thx for stopping by Rekha. The jamuns look yummy.

    Vardhini
    Event: Kid's Delight

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  21. I think this one is like a fish ball right? But there’s a big difference when we talk about recipes.

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  22. I have tried once when I travelled to India and it was really sweet. I would like to try and hope I’ll get it right.

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  23. This looks so tasty. I want to try this out soon. Once I made it by following a recipe taken from a paper. Don’t know why it was not soft at all.

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  24. Gulab Jamun look tasty n yummy.
    Sai Padma Priya
    www.soundaryasbeautyworld.com

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