Are you a sweet lover?
Then, I’m thinkin_you would be knowing about you’re favorite….very well…then you should definitely read about Gulab Jamun… You will love it, as I do & as most of the Indians Does …
Festivals without sweets and celebrations without sweets?
No, i can’t do it!!! Starting from rasgulla and the rasmalai , jalebi and gajar ka halwa many more .Anyway, if there is one desi-delights,I would choose all the others, it would be a delicious dessert (Gulab-Jamun).
Gulab Jamun that can be found in the every corner of sweet shop . It is the Indian traditional dessert served with fresh cream, Kulfi, ice-cream, etc.
What is Gulab Jamun?
Gulab Jamun is a berry shaped ball made of solid milk & yeast-raising agents.They are soaked in sugar syrup of rose flavor. Delicious with fresh cream, Kulfi, ice-cream, etc. To make it even fancier, sprinkle gold-leaf on top of each serving.
Well, yes…Indian sweets are by loved foreigners too.
Directions to make Gulab Jamun
- Stage 1
In a large bowl, mix together the milk powder, flour, heating powder, and cardamom. Mix in the almonds, pistachios, and good raisins. Blend in the melted ghee, at that point pour in the milk, and keep on blending until it is mixed very much. cover it and let it rest for 20 minutes.
- Stage 2
Take it in a large skillet, mix together the sugar, water, rose water, and a spot of cardamom. Heat to the point of boiling, and stew for one moment. Put it aside for a moment.
- Stage 3
Fill a large weighty skillet most of the way with oil. Warmth over medium warmth for in any event 5 minutes. Massage the batter, and form into around 20 little balls. Lesser the heating of the oil to low, and fry the balls in a couple of clumps.
After around 5 minutes, they will begin to float and grow to twice their original size, however, the color won’t change a lot. After the Jamun floats, increase the heat to medium, and turn them instantly until lightly golden.
Remove from the oil to paper towels utilizing an opened spoon, and allow it to cool. Drain on the paper towels and let it be to cool for a moment.
- Stage 4
Place the balls in a skillet with the syrup. Medium the flame heat around for 5 minutes, crushing them softly to absorb the syrupStage 5
- Serve promptly, or chill.
- 1 cup dry milk powder
- 3 tablespoons all-purpose flour
- 2 tablespoons ghee (clarified butter), melted
- ½ teaspoon baking powder
- ½ cup warm milk
- 1 tablespoon chopped almonds
- 1 tablespoon chopped pistachio nuts
- 1 tablespoon golden raisins
- 1 pinch ground cardamom
- 1 quart vegetable oil for deep frying
- 1 ¼ cups white sugar
- 7 fluid ounces of water
- 1 teaspoon rose water
- 1 pinch ground cardamom
Places to Eat Gulab Jamun
In Delhi you can find There are the 5 best Places To eat Gulab Jamun which is the Softest, & Melt-In-Your-Mouth.
1.Chaina Ram Sindh Confectioners, Chandi Chowk(Delhi)
When it comes to eating traditional mithai in the city, the first name that comes to perhaps every local foodie’s mind is Chaina Ram in old Delhi. This ancient establishment is much loved for its pure ghee sweets, including gulab jamun.
People also visit this iconic eatery to savour their aloo poori, Karachi halwa, pinni, and other mouthwatering sweets and dishes. Chaina Ram should definitely be on your list if you’re looking to enjoy gulab jamuns that have the perfect consistency and that rich taste of pistachios in the sugar syrup.
Where: 6499, Ground Floor, Fatehpuri Chowk, Chandni Chowk
Timings: 8 am to 8:30 pm
2. Shiv Misthan Bhandar
There are a couple of things that Shiv Mishthan Bhandar is particularly famous for; one you may have guessed is gulab jamun, and the others include their bedmi poori and nagori halwa. It is still one of the favourite breakfast places for the locals, and even tourists in Delhi, even though the eatery cannot really accommodate more than 30 to 40 people at a time.
The oblong shaped gulab jamuns here are one of the milkiest in the city and have a nice, firm crust. They are served at the perfect temperature; not too hot, not too cold.
Where: 375, Kucha Ghasi Ram, Chandni Chowk
Timings: 8:30 am to 9 pm
3.Kallan Sweets, Jama Masjiid
If you’re doing a food trail in and around Jama Masjid, then we suggest you head to Kallan Sweets in the same area for dessert. Another old sweet shop that now looks quite fancy, Kallan Sweets serves nearly all traditional Indian sweets, from kheer to barfi to gulab jamun.
The perfectly round jamuns here are available in two options- the light golden and the dark brown. The difference lies in the sugar content and the technique used for making the dough. Both are lip-smacking good!
Where: Shop 4-5, Bazaar Matia Mahal, Jama Masjid
Timings: 7 am to 12 midnight
4.Om di Hatti
From old Delhi, let’s travel to North Delhi, in our hunt for delicious gulab jamuns. Om Di Hatti in Kamla Nagar is known for its soft, piping hot gulab jamuns that melt in your mouth in just seconds. Also, the syrup is just about perfect, and not overly sweet.
Where: 14 A, Shakti Nagar Chowk, Main GT Karnal Road, Kamla Nagar
Timings: 8 am to 7 pm
Haldiram’s is one food franchise that’s managed to maintain high standards of quality for nearly everything on the menu, be it their chhole bhature, South Indian snacks or traditional Indian sweets. Even if you’ve had a wholesome meal and are quite full, we insist that you still order their gulab jamun (sold per piece at all outlets), because they’re incredibly light and adequately sweet.
Where: 6, L-Block, Outer Circle, Connaught Place
Timings: 9:30 am to 11 pm