Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Gulab Jamun


Ingredients:
  • Milk powder 1 cup
  • All purpose flour 1/4 cup
  • Vegetable oil 2 Tbsp
  • Baking soda 1/4 Tsp
  • Cardamom pdr   1 Tsp
  • Milk as rqd
  • Sugar 11/2 cup
  • Water 1 cup

For the sugar syrup, boil water with sugar and cardamom pdr till the sugar completely dissolves. Keep it aside. Sieve the all purpose flour and baking soda. Add milk powder into this and combine well. Make it into a smooth dough using oil and required amount of milk. Make small balls from it. Fry it in oil and soak it in sugar syrup. Heat it in low flame for few minutes and remove it from fire.

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50 comments:

  1. My ever favorite sweet :) Melt in the mouth.. yummm

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  2. i was just thinking how to make this,my mom used to make them but she forgot the ratios ofcourse! :)

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  3. Yum yum,juicy spongy jamuns tempts me a lot.

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  4. Looks very nice !! I am thinking of making this. will let u know how it turned out.

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  5. Thats looks so soft delicious ....yum

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  6. Mouthwatering jamuns.......Very nice clicks. I am drooling here.

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  7. Wow perfect Jamun....love the pic with ur kid too!

    If you would like to link this recipe to my Diwali event....here is the link...


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  8. wow beautiful and very tempting gulab jamun !! perfectly done !!

    Ongoing Event - CC-What's For Friday Dinner??

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  9. Melt in your mouth jamuns!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  10. super soft jamuns...looks yummy...why dont you send it tot he event:
    Event :My Diwali My Way

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  11. Love jamuns at any time esp hot jamuns with ice cream yummm, gorgeous jamuns tina.

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  12. Jamuns are superb. Who says no to this delicious jamun....Yummm..tasty..

    Cheers,
    Uma
    My Kitchen Experiments

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  13. Wow soft and yummy,looks so tempting

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  14. Thanks for the recipe! You could send this to the festival event happening at our space..
    Krithi's Kitchen
    Event: Serve It - Festival Potluck

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  15. You are really hopeless, the key of Jamun's are the way ther fried ..you should mention to keep the oil in right temperature (ie medium hot) and then the Jamun's should turn around in the oil by itself once, the one side of the jamun is fried..taking good clicks wont make a good instructor or a good blogger

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  16. And I have gone through most of your recipes, except the clicks, none of them are right in instructions, and in some you have mentioned ingredients that you never used(eg Easter Roast chicken)..Pls correct them

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  17. delicious jamun...looks perfect n lovely click!

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  18. Dear 'Anonymous' reader, please read this blog at your discretion. Nobody has forced you to read my posts. This is the way I prepare my dishes and the way I post them. Every person has his/her way of preparing a recipe. Good if you remember that this is my blog. So, start a blog and come out into the open if you are bold enough and not hide behind an 'Anonymous' name tag, when I will have more respect for you.

    ...and, thanks for pointing out about the ingredients part of Easter Roast Chicken. Frankly, I donno how it got deleted as I always put the ingredients of all the recipes. I will take care of it at the earliest.

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  19. Looks very tempting and me drooling here:)

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  20. Looks so delicious....yummy looking jamuns

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  21. fluffy and soft jamuns and they are tempting

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  22. Looks really good tina. Very tempting jamuns.

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  23. Wowo looks so so good these jamoons. And i love your profile pic and love the hair too.

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  24. Mouthwatering jamuns.......Very nice clicks. I am drooling here.

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  25. I feel like a kid again seeing your delicious jamuns

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  26. Diwali spl anooo?? I m craving for this now..

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  27. Adipoli gulab jamun. Looks awesome.

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  28. perfectly made...seriously drooling here

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  29. yummmmmmm....see the perfect color...I just love them

    http://panchamrutham.blogspot.com/

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  30. oh, my.. That is my favorite sweet. Hope u were some where nearby. Would have dashed over for some.

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  31. Oh!!This looks sweet & inviting me to taste....

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  32. This looks very perfect and one of my favorite sweets.

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  33. wow, kundu kundu gulab jamun. droooling :)

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  34. looks yummy and delicious too ...........

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  35. Ohh this looks so perfect & yummy. Bookmarked..and Is aw ur photo blog too..awesome pics of nature!!

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  36. dear tina,i tried ts recipe today and first thing i m doing after preparing s commenting here bcoz it came out well and really soft like the readymade ones.......thanks for giving me confidence to prepare this

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  37. **slurp** I am practically drooling here! Beautiful Pic!
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    Kavi | Edible Entertainment

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  38. And I am boiling at *anonymous's* comment! :X Who the hell is he/she calling hopeless! hopeless is to be anonymous and comment!

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  39. Gulab Jamuns look PERFECT and SO DELICIOUS!!!!!

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  40. Dear tina
    Thankyou so much for ur wonderful recipes...I have tried out most of them and they worked wonders...please keep posting more recipes...ur recipes inspire me to cook

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