• 79. gulab jamun

    June 8, 2012mayurisjikoni

    spongy, sweet and evil  Gulab jamuns are sweet doughnut like balls floating in a sweet syrup. Gulab means rose and jamun is a fruit in India. The syrup is flavoured with rose water, kewra or saffron. It is said that the dessert gulab jamun originates from Afghanistan. However it is a  common dessert or sweet dish in India and prepared widely for all occasions, be it festivals, weddings, birthdays etc. Usually I make gulab jamun using mawa or khoya which is milk solid. A few weeks back Sapna, my sister asked whether I could try out the recipe for gulab jamuns but using milk powder as khoya is not readily available in UK. I promised her I would since I had Pratibha bhabhi’s  milk powder…

     
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