Directions for Use:
• To one volume of mix, and ½ volume of water. Mix gently and make dough. (Do not knead the dough)
• Divide the dough into small equal parts and make smooth balls by applying ghee / vanaspathi to your palms.
• Fry them in moderately hot oil / vanaspathi with continuous stirring till they turn golden brown, remove and keep for a minute.
• Soak the fried jamuns in hot sugar syrup.
Deliciously soft and warmly tempting, MTR’s Gulab Jamuns give you a heavenly, melt-in-the mouth experience. With simple step-by-step instructions, you’ll bring this hallmark dessert to life instantly.
Add a pinch of Rose Essence or Cardamom powder to the Sugar Syrup. Serve hot.
Iconic. Scrumptious. Magic. These divine bits of deep-fried sweet khoya, soaked in cardamom flavoured sugar syrup are an instant favourite! Haldiram's Gulab Jamun's make you want to skip right to desserts
Gulab Jamun is a popular North Indian mithai or sweet, commonly served as a dessert after a meal. This classic small sweet balls or sweet dumplings are made from flour, sugar and chhena (Indian cottage cheese) and fried before they are dipped luxuriously in sweetened sugary syrup.