Gulab jamun is a milk-solid-based sweet from the Indian subcontinent. It is a popular in India, Nepal, Pakistan, the Maldives, and Bangladesh, as well as Myanmar.There are mainly two ways gulab jamun is made. Authentically gulab jamun is always made with khoya or mawa. Take khoya (mawa or evaporated milk) in a bowl. Mash it very well. Then add grated paneer, rava (sooji), all purpose flour (maida), baking powder and cardamom powder to the mashed khoya. Mix well. Add milk and gather together to form a dough with milk (no kneading). Just gently mix it. Make small balls from the dough. Cover the balls and keep aside. To make syrup, Dissolve sugar in water. Heat the sugar solution till it become sticky. Add rose water and stir. Keep the sugar solution aside. However it can also be made the handy way. All you need is milk powder, curd, sugar and water to make a tasty gulab jamun at home. This version of gulab jamun made with milk powder is soft, melt in the mouth and taste delicious with a milky taste.Gulab jamun ready to cook mixture is also available in market.
While making gulab jamun at home make sure to use fresh ingredients. However while buying it from outside, always buy from a trusted shop and taste it before you buy it.
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