GULAB JAMUN SNC NO - 2

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Hello dear friends, all of you aware of South Vs North Challenge(SNC) running at YOU TOO CAN COOK INDIAN FOOD RECIPES - Divya Pramil's (BB - Baby Boss) place...



Feels very quickly first challenge completed successfully and all you know that our round ups and winning team, if you didn't see that just click here...



You may know about the entire challenge if still not alert of this challenge, want to join this challenge, go through the main page of the challenge and I have given brief information about this challenge on my previous month challenge post of Bhel Puri Chaat here...

What friends, are you going to join with us???

Don't worry just mail to divya.pramil@gmail.com and have the challenge and learn many recipes from other side of your regional.

N friends, I wish to congratulate North Team for won the October Month Challenge...

CONGRATS NORTH TEAM 
ALL WINNERS!!!


I got one award for well explained post on behalf of our South Team...



And Thanks Divy for your irresistible hard work for the challenge.

She has given wonderful participation certificate to all of us.





OK! fine 1st challenge was completed successfully then what next?






Yes!!! Our 2nd challenge is very sweet and yummilicious Gulab Jamun for this festive season...

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Am from South India (TN) I have to do Gulab Jamun that taught us by Pallavi in her space.

Who will say 'NO' to Jamun? Anyone Here?

Wow!! What a silence!!!

Yeah! Sure we all love this magic sweet isn't? Usually we prepare jamun using by ready mix available in the grocery stores. For this diwali I thought to make Jamun with detailed ingredients, What a Miracle?? I got my challenge the same... Am so happy for this challenge...


INTRODUCTION TO THE RECIPE

Gulab Jamun is a popular dessert in countries of the Indian Subcontinent such as India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bangladesh. 

It is made of a dough consisting mainly of milk solids. Traditionally, khoya, an Indian milk product is rolled into a ball together with some flour and then deep fried, but at a low temperature of about 148 degree centigrade. It is then put into a sugar syrup flavored with cardamom seeds and rosewater or saffron. 

Availability
World Wide (ingredients)
Category
Desserts
Regional
Indian
Preparation Time
30 Minutes
Cooking Time
20  Minutes
Standing Time
30 Minutes
Servings
4

INGREDIENTS
Making Jamun Balls
Milk powder - 1 cup
Maida/All purpose flour - 2+1 Tbsp
Semolina/Rava - 1.5 Tbsp
Baking powder - A pinch
Ghee/Clarified Butter - 3+1 Tbsp
Cream (I used Milky Mist)- 3 Tbsp
Oil - To deep fry

Sugar Syrup
Sugar - 1 cup
Water - 1 cup
Milk - 1 Tsp (Optional)
Rose Water - 1 Tsp (Optional)

Garnish
Dried Coconut flakes - 1 Tbsp
Pistachio - 1 Tbsp chopped 
Cardamom Powder - Pinch
Almond - 1 Tbsp chopped (Optional)



METHOD

Dough Preparation
  • Sift the milk powder, maida, semolina and baking powder.


























  • Add the ghee and cream mix it well if u feels the dough is still dry add another Tbsp of cream.









  • Knead the dough well and greased with ghee and keep it aside for half an hour.
















Sugar Syrup Preparation
  • Take a wide bowl mix sugar and water and bring boil. 







  • when its starts boil add 1 Tsp of milk to remove the impurities from the sugar syrup and cardamom pods and switch off the flame.











  • Add 1 Tsp of rose water and keep it aside.






Jamun Preparation
  • Make small balls out of the dough without any cracks.









  • Heat oil in a pan for deep fry in full flame and and low the flame to High-Medium and check with small ball.
























  • If it rises immediately continue the frying if its become darker suddenly low the flame wait for some time and fry till goldern brown balls and keep it in tissue paper.





































Meeting of Jamun and Sugar
  • Add the jamun into the hot sugar syrup and soak it for minimum one hour.




























Serving of Gulab Jamun
  • Add dried coconut flakes, pistachio, cardamom powder and almonds.










  • Take a serving bowl add the jamuns and syrup and add the garnishing to it.










YUMMY JAMUN IS READY!!!









NOTE
  • Don't add too much baking powder it leads to crumble and tear the dough while deep frying.
  • Make sure that sugar syrup is in thin consistency otherwise jamun doesn't absorb syrup.
  • If it thicken add little water to it and heat for 1 minute to loosen the syrup.

QUICK RECIPE CARD
YOU CAN SAVE THIS FOR QUICK VIEW!!!




LINK TO SNC AND PALLAVI'S SPACE!!!








THANK U SO MUCH PALLAVI FOR TAUGHT THIS YUMMIEST JAMUN RECIPE - ITS GREAT SWEET!!!

THANK U SO MUCH DIVY FOR THIS WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY FOR US!!!


WOW!!! Completed my 2nd challenge too...
North Team WHATS UP NEXT?


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38 comments:

  1. viji another prize or award on ur way. u have power cuts u hv prbs with net and yet u come up with amazing posts

    hats off buddy

    and waaaaaaah i m ashamed now i cant make those jamuns
    bt i wont give up next month pucca i wud put one post of gulab jamun and pray they come out well.

    well done viji well done

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  2. Looks so soft and yum dear...it came out really well dear...

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  3. @Meena BThank u so much aunty... all your wish only awards to me... which is energize me more to do.. Thank U... n Yeah!! sure waiting for yummy n magic jamun from U!!!

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  4. looking so lovely and yummy sis;)want to grab.mmm.....

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  5. lovely n yummy looking jamuns :) very well explained viji :)

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  6. Appreciate Ur patience in writing such a lo....ong post, inspite of the power cut! :)

    Nice jamun!

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  7. Wow well made jamuns dear..And Viji you deserve the well explained award..look at your explanation :) This time seems like the Southern team is rocking.. :)
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  8. Lot of effort dear, well done, keep rocking :-)

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  9. Such a detailed post ! Great going :)

    Sandhya

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  10. Wow viji... i bet u r going to get the well explained award again!! such a nice detailed post!!
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  11. Wow.. Yummy yummy jamuns dear!!!!! I have to do this challenge by next week :)

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  14. It will so difficult to take clicks while making these jamuns...hats off for your effort dear... And gulab jamun came out so delicious with perfect texture...

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  15. Thank U so much all my dear friends for your kindly wishes and compliments...:-)

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  16. Wow gulab jamuns looks so soft and irresistible...Nice clicks.
    Have a lovely weekend :)

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  17. Wow Viji ......
    Well deserving candidate for the prize :-) .... You rock !!!

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  18. Wow...this event is just rocking! Congrats to you on the award too dear.

    Gulab jamun makes my mouth watery!!! ;)

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  19. Viji you explain so well and love your jamuns :) you have made them so perfect

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  20. They came super spongy and incredibly delicious Viji.

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  21. Wow...well explained + tempting yummy Jamuns

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  22. Gulab jamun makes me drool....always my favorite. Looks very yummy.

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  23. Lovely & juicy jamun. Congrats Viji.

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  24. Tempting Jamun I am drooling right now.

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  25. Looks so soft and spongy jamun....you have made perfectly....

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