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Gulab Jamun Recipe (Indian dessert)

Gulab Jamun Recipe is a classic Indian dessert. Which people make during festive occasions. Gulab Jamun seems impossible to make at home, but if there is a good technique, you can easily make it at home. We have many ways to make this North India dessert. Gulab Jamuns are made with milk, mawa (evaporated milk), milk powder, paneer, sweet potato, and bread, but, its best and traditional flavor comes with khoya(evaporated milk). Today, we are making the traditional Indian dessert gulab jamun (Indian dessert) with khoya.

Gulab Jamun

Other popular names

It is known as Gulab Jamun in North India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka. In Nepal, it is known as Lal Mohan, in East India and Bangladesh it is Gulab Jam, and in Maldives Gulabujanu.

Preparation time           15 minutes

Cook time                       30 minutes

total time                       45 minutes

Serve                              05 members

Difficulty level                Easy

Cuisine                           North Indian cuisine

Course                            Indian dessert

Ingredients of Gulab Jamun

(1 cup = 250 ml)

Khoya                             250 grams

Cardamom powder        01 tsp

Baking soda                    1/4 tsp

Maida (fine flour)          01 cup

Saffron pinch                  01

Ghee or oil                     03 cups

Semolina (Rava)            02 tbsp

Cashews                         8-10 (finely chopped)

Ingredients for Sugar Syrup

Sugar                              04 cups

Water                             04 cups

Rosewater                      01 tsp

Cardamom Powder        01 tsp (optional)

Sugar syrup

  • Heat 4 cups of water in a pan, then add sugar, cardamom powder, saffron according to the above-mentioned quantity.
  •  Keep stirring this mixture. Stir until the mixture is slightly thick.
  •  Stir until the strings begin to form in the syrup. Put the sugar syrup aside in a pot.
  • * To see if a string has formed in the syrup, spread the syrup between your thumb and index finger. Read this.

Gulab Jamun dough

  • Take the above-mentioned khoa (evaporated milk) in a bowl and grate it well.
  • Then add 1 cup maida (fine flour) and a pinch of baking soda, cardamom powder, and 2 tbsp semolina. Mash the mixture well by hand.
  • *better the mash, the Gulab Jamuns will become softer.
  • If the khoya remains fresh, it will have wetness, otherwise, you can make it soft like flour by adding a little water.
  • Fine flour (Maida) and semolina (Rava) can be easily mixed in it. Knead this whole mixture like flour. Add some water to it, making it soft and easy to mix.

How to Fry Gulab Jamun

  • keep the mixture in a bowl.
  • Now take a little portion of this khoya mixture in your hand and give it a more smooth and round shape.
  • Make balls of all the mixture in the same way.
  • Make the balls smooth and there should be no cracks in them.
  • Now heat oil or ghee in a pan on medium heat.
  • When the oil is hot, try adding a few balls to it. If it bursts while frying, add a little more maida, and make balls again.
  • If all is right, put some balls in hot ghee, fry these balls till they turn brown. Turn them around so that it fries well all around.

Gulab Jamun Recipe

  • Keep in mind, it is fried in medium flame, otherwise, it will remain raw.

How to make Gulab Jamun

  • Before frying the balls in the sugar syrup, put them in paper napkins to remove excess oil.

Gulab Jamun | Indian dessert

  • Pour these balls into the sugar syrup. Likewise, put the entire balls in sugar syrup.
  • Let it remain in the sugar syrup for one to two hours, so that the balls absorb the syrup well.
  • Balls will become large and soft when immersed in sugar syrup.

Gulab Jamun

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Serving Idea

 You can serve it hot or cold. You can also serve it as a dessert with the main meal. Some people like to eat it with Rabri (Condensed milk) too, you can also serve it with Rabri. 

Recipe note

  • It is important to know how much semolina has to be mixed in making Gulab Jamun. For this, after kneading the dough, put a small ball in hot oil, if it splashes in the oil, then you have added more semolina. Add maida (all-purpose flour) and khoya to it.
  • If you have added more all-purpose flour then Gulab Jamun will become tough.
  • Keep in mind that fry the Indian desert in medium flame, otherwise it will remain raw.

Main ingredients

Khoya, maida (fine flour), semolina (Rava), ghee or oil, cardamom powder, baking soda, saffron


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