Gulab Jamun Recipe – An Indian Traditional Dessert By Sonia Goyal

Gulab Jamun Recipe An Indian Traditional Dessert

Gualb Jamun recipe (गुलाब जामुन रेसिपी) is a deep fried milk solid (known as khoya or mawa in Hindi) based dessert which sweetened with sugar syrup. It is a famous dessert recipe from Indian Cuisine which is often made and eaten at festivals, birthdays or major celebrations such as marriages etc.

Serving               :           15 Pieces
Prep Time          :           20 Minutes
Cook Time         :           1 Hour 30 Minutes
Total Time         :           1 Hour 50 Minutes

Let’s take a quick view of the ingredients required to make this delicious delight:

1. Khoya                                                :            250 gm
2. Maida Flour                                     :           50 gm
3. Sugar                                                 :            150 gm
4. Water                                                :            100 ml
5. Chironji                                             :             2 tsp
6. Green Cardamom Powder           :              1 tsp
7. Ghee                                                   :             250 ml

Gulab Jamun Recipe : Video

Step by Step Gulab Jamun Recipe:

  • First of all, we will prepare sugar syrup.
  • Add sugar and water in a pan and cook it till sugar dissolves completely.
  • Then add 1/2 tsp cardamom powder in it and switch off the flame. Keep it aside.
  • Mix khoya and maida flour uniformly.
  • Then rub it for few minutes with the heels of your fist to make a smooth mixture.
  • Make medium sized balls from this mixture.
  • Now flatten the ball by pressing it between the palms. Stuff it with 2 chironji and a pinch of cardamom powder and again make a ball.
  • Heat ghee in a kadahi and deep fry all the balls on low flame until dark brown.
  • Then immerse the fried balls in sugar syrup for one hour.

Serve these delicious Gulab Jamun hot.

Recipe Note:

If the gulab jamuns are fried on high heat, they will become hard inside and not fully cooked.

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