Friday, April 5, 2013

Gulab jamun with milk powder

i prepared these gulab jamun on holi. Since here in US we don't get khova(mava) ,as we get in India. so i tried these from milk powder. it turned out almost like mava one.
Ingredients:
  • Milk powder-1cup
  • Maida-2tbsp
  • Rava (semolina)-2tbsp
  • Cream -3tbsp
  • Ghee-4 tbsp
  • Baking powder-a pinch
  • Sugar-1 cup
  • Water-1cup
  • Cardamom powder-1/4tsp
  • Coconut flakes –for garnishing
  • Oil or ghee for frying
Preparation:
Mix all the dry ingredients milk powder, Maida, rava and baking powder nicely.
Now add cream and melted ghee little by little and kneads soft and smooth dough.
Cover it with paper towel for 15 to 20 minutes.
In the meantime mix the sugar and water boil it till sugar dissolve completely
And simmer for 5 minutes. Add cardamom powder into the syrup and keep aside.
Make a small size of balls out of the dough. Make sure there are no cracks into ball.
Heat oil on medium flame and fry the balls till golden brown.fry only few at a time.
keep on paper towel for sometime,Now add them sugar syrup.
Rest them for half an hour in sugar syrup.
Serve it with coconut flakes on top.
Enjoy!!!



16 comments:

  1. You made this sound so easy!!! Nice...

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  2. Wow.. Looks perfect dear.. I have lotsa milk powder left.. Lemme rty ur version once...

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  3. Lovely sweet...I love gulab jamun..

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  4. Oh my my...these look fantastic! I have never tried it with milk powder...love the recipe!

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  5. So inviting! Drooling over here! :)
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  6. My fav but eaten cautiously. This looks so good and yummy.

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  7. Aha, love the glaze around the jamun!!
    Any time jamun is drool worthy. Also milk powder is a great idea, you already made cake with milk powder and now jamun!! Great going!!

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  8. looks delicious & mouthwatering...lovely!

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  9. My favourite... I'm drooling here Bhawna :-)

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  11. I tried to follow your steps in making gulab jamuns, it was soft and delicious. Your way of presentation is very simple and easy to follow.

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