Gulab Jamun And Its Recipe!
About Gulab Jamun, Its Recipe And Festival Special Dish (Sweet Dish)
Gulab Jamun is a traditional dessert or sweet that is most famous in South Asian countries such as India and Pakistan, as well as Caribbean countries such as Trinidad and Jamaica. In Indian culture, these delicious treats are often made around the festivals, such as Diwali and Ganesh Chaturthi. But, these syrupy doughnut-like dumplings can be made for any occasion.
Gulab Jamun is a favorite Indian sweet for many people. In parties, weddings and even in Indian Thalis, Gulab Jamun is one of the sweets served after the meals. These soft sugar syrup soaked balls are a delicious treat always. Sometimes it fulfills our sweet desires.
The Gulab Jamun – Instant making recipe which is easy for a beginner as well as expert.
There are many ways to make Gulab Jamuns. Genuinely and customarily they are made from Khoya. Khoya is basically dried evaporated milk. They are milk solids which are obtained by continuously cooking the milk on a low flame. We are showing to make Khoya at home instantly because there are a lot of issues to getting pure Khoya from the market. Gulab Jamuns are also made from milk powder, sweet potatoes (vegan option) and bread. The best true taste comes from Gulab Jamuns made with Khoya.
We are giving instant recipe to making Gulab Jamun at home without any hassle.
Gulab Jamun (soft sugar syrup soaked balls) Recipe:
Recipe Cuisine: Indian Recipe
Category: Sweet Dish, Festival and Wedding Special Sweet
Prep Time: 1 hours 30 minutes
Cook time: 30 minutes
Serves: 30 to 40 Gulab Jamun (sugar syrup soaked balls)
For making Gulab Jamun:
Khoya or Mava or Evaporated milk: 2 Cup (made from 1 litre Milk)
Gulab Jamun Mix (available in market): 1 Cup (Approx. 200 grams)
Buchanania lanzan tree’s seeds or Charoli: 40 tiny size seed
Pure Ghee or Edible Oil: 3 tablespoons
For making khoya/mava/evaporated milk:
Milk: 1 litre
For Sugar Syrup
Sugar: 4 Cups Water: 3 CupsSaffron: 10 to 12 strandsCardamoms/choti elaichi powder: 1 Small tablespoon
1. In first step, we need to make khoya/mava/evaporated milk with help of 1 litre milk. We boil milk in a vessel for 30 to 45 minutes to make a semi solid evaporated milk like Rabadi.
2. In the meantime, make the sugar syrup by boiling the sugar with water, Cardamoms powder and saffron strands in a small bowl on medium heat until the sugar dissolves. When the sugar becomes thick and checks one string consistency. Turn off the heat and keeps aside for cooling.
3. In the next step, now your rabadi type evaporated milk is ready to mix in gulab jamun mix powder.
4. Mix well both ingredients as evaporated milk and gulab jamun mix powder uniformly and there should not be any big granular part in the dough.
5. Take approx. one tablespoon of dough in your palm and roll and press. Put 1 charoli seed inside roll and make them into round ball, this should be half the size of golf balls or lemon-sized Gulab Jamun.
6. Now to make the Gulab Jamun, preheat the oil or pure ghee for deep frying. Once the oil is hot enough, you slide round ball inside the oil and put flame low. Fry them stirring often to get even color.
7. When they become golden, remove from a slotted spoon and add them to the pre-prepared sugar syrup.
8. Let them soak in the sugar syrup for a little time.
9. Now your tasty and delicious Gulab Jamuns are ready to serve. Gulab Jamuns can be served warm or cold. It is depend upon your choice.
10. You can also store them in an airtight jar and can be used for a month.
Gulab Jamun (Soft sugar syrup soaked balls) Recipe Video in Hindi:
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