Like Veggies Paradise on Facebook

Stay Up-To-Date With New Posts

Enter your email address:


Monday, November 18, 2013

GULAB JAMUN RECIPE WITH VIDEO - GULAB JAMUN WITH KHOYA

GULAB JAMUN WITH KHOYA



Gulab Jamun - Gulab Jamun is a very popular Indian dessert and I am sure it needs no introduction . These are cute balls made of milk solids (khoya) and flour , that is  deep fried and soaked in sugar syrup flavoured with cardamom or rose essence. They are absolutely soft and delicious. 


There are quite a few different ways in preparing these gulab jamuns. You can use milk powder,  paneer or khoya. I have made it twice with khoya and was completely happy with the results.Khoya is prepared by boiling milk in a heavy bottomed pan until it thickens , though it is a time consuming process , khoya adds richness to the desserts we prepare. I have also tried the instant gulab jamun mix and will post that recipe too. 

Now coming to the recipe. I made these jamuns with Homemade Khoya alternatively you can use store bought khoya and when using it make sure it comes to the room temperature. Mix flour, baking soda and crumbled khoya, knead this dough until soft and smooth. No need to add water as the moisture in khoya is sufficient, if you feel the dough is dry add little water. Divide it into medium sized balls.Meanwhile, heat water in a saucepan and mix the sugar in it to make the syrup .Stir the sugar till it dissolves , add cardamom powder and rose essence.Remove from heat and keep it aside. Heat oil in a pan,drop the balls slowly and deep fry the balls in medium heat. When it turns golden brown remove and drain in a kitchen towel .Add the deep fried Jamuns into the syrup. Let them soak for a few hours or overnight.


Preparation time : 15 minutes
Cooking time         : 25 - 30 minutes
Yields                       : 20 medium sized balls

Ingredients for Gulab Jamun Recipe

  • 1 cup of Khoya/ Mawa
  • 1/3 rd cup of All purpose flour | Maida
  • 1/8 tsp. of baking powder
  • Few pista's chopped - for garnishing (optional)
  • Oil for deep frying

For Syrup

  • 2 cups Sugar 
  • 1 and 1/2 cups of  Water
  • 2 tsp. of  Rose essence
  • Pinch of cardamom powder


Preparation


In a mixing bowl , add the flour , soda along with the crumbled khoya and start kneading the dough. The moisture in Khoya was sufficient so I did not add water. If you find difficult then add little water accordingly and start kneading. Make small  equal sized balls .



Meanwhile heat water in a saucepan , stir in the sugar, when it get dissolved completely add cardamom powder and rose essence, remove from heat and keep it aside.


Heat oil on medium heat and deep fry the balls until it turns brown. While frying make sure the oil is not very hot or else, the outer gets cooked very fast and inside remains uncooked. 



Here's a small video of frying the gulab jamuns.


 Drain the excess oil by placing the balls in a kitchen towel and Drop them in the warm sugar syrup. Allow it to soak for few hours or overnight .

                             

Delicious Gulab Jamuns are ready to be served. 


Garnish the gulab jamun's with chopped pista's and enjoy :)

14 comments:

Padhu Sankar said...

Looks yummy!

Yes Cook said...

Nothing can beat homemade jamuns. So tasty.
Thanks for sharing.

Sowmya Madhavan said...

Looks so perfect and delicious

Arjunan Akilandeswari said...

Perfect shaped jamuns.... Lovely clicks and video... Expecting more videos dear...

Rumana Ambrin said...

Who can say no to gulab jamun.. delicious.

divya said...

Drooling here.. Yummy it looks..

Sangeetha Priya said...

delicious jamuns n watched the video to, gr8 work!!!

Mugdha said...

wow suerb...looks delicious...:)

hemalata said...

Delicious jamuns, looks so yummy.

Hari Chandana said...

Wowww.. these look so gorgeous and delicious.. inviting pictures too :)

Shweet Spicess said...

Looks so inviting :)

Shobana Vijay said...

Tempting with khoya...Love it
Shobas Delight

dokka srinivasu said...

Aruna Manikandan madam

Namaste. Aruna madam your blog contains very rich and tasty indian dishes and recipes.

Aruna madam glad to know that even though you are at outside india but you are preparing indian dishes and at the same time sharing them with other blogger. It is a great thing.

Aruna madam best wishes for your career, personal and hobby projects.

Aruna madam this is my Diwali message "Lamps of India" which i shared in my Heritage of India blog.

http://indian-heritage-and-culture.blogspot.in/2013/09/lamps-of-india.html

Aruna madam please look into my Lamps of India message and share your inspirational comments.

Aruna madam i hope you like my blog and join as a member to my Heritage of India blog.

Savitha Ganesan said...

gulab jamun looks so good. yummy too.