Gulab Jamun

Gulab Jamun
Gulab Jamun

Location : Delhi.

Ingredients : Condensed milk, Flour, Sugar, Water, Cardamom, Ghee.

Recipe at a Glance : Make a fine and smooth dough of condensed milk, minimum amount of flour and pinch of cardamom powder ⇒ shape like small balls ⇒ make a sugar syrup ⇒ fry balls with ghee in medium flame till surface getting brown ⇒ dip balls into sugar syrup.

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44 Comments Add yours

  1. macalder02 says:

    These sweet balls look the best for a quality dessert to conquer our western palate.

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  2. InspiresN says:

    Nice , it is a great dessert!

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  3. I love those!!!!! YUM!!!!!

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      1. Sometimes they can be a little too sweet, so my favorite is to mix them with the carrot pudding. Then I get the best of both together. 🙂

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  4. Nisha Sharma says:

    This is an all time favorite

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  5. Jyo says:

    Globes of happiness 👍

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  6. Megala says:

    Yum! Looks super delicious & tempting.

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    1. My always favourites!

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  7. Outosego says:

    They look Delicious !…

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    1. The credit goes to the people of Delhi. Thank you very much!

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  8. I love this dessert so much. Always crazy for it after passing so many years of my childhood days to till now. Thanks.

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    1. Me too! Pick anyone you like to have. Thank you for sharing your mind!

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  9. dpranita583 says:

    Fantastic recipes.

    Liked by 2 people

    1. Thank you very much for the appreciation.

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  10. Dawn says:

    Looks good!

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    1. Yes, it’s non professional and home made. Purest form I’ve ever seen to make.

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  11. Rishava says:

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    I have written Hindi Vyakaran and Sanskrit Vyakaran on My Coaching in very easy and simple language, Which is very useful for aspirants and students who want to learn hindi or sanskrit grammar.

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  12. Rashimi Rathi says:

    Guys pls… Like my posts… I have to do my homework for school. I have to create a blog for it.

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  13. Hey! You really got great posts, it’ll be really great if you looked into my posts and suggest me things to improve

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  14. Olivia Clare says:

    Great post. Thanks for sharing the recipe will definitely try this at home and have a question for how much time we have to dip the balls into sugar syrup?

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    1. Minimum flour means low consistency. Lower consistency will take minimum time to get soaked. Average time 1 to 2 hours if syrup is in normal temperature.

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    2. Oh! Thank you for the appreciation!

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  15. jazculinary says:

    YES! I love makeing Gulab Jamun…cant wait to see more of your recipes 🙂

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    1. Thank you very much! You are welcome!

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  16. Mazoli IC says:

    Looks delicious. I have never had this but now I am hungry!

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