Gulab Jamun is a very popular Indian sweet, mostly served during festivities, wedding occasions, other celebrations and also when one’s sweet tooth crave for something.
‘Gulab’ and ‘Jamun’ are hindi words translating to ‘Rose’ and ‘berry’ respectively.
These are berry – sized balls made with milk-solid and dipped in sugar – rose water syrup.
Traditionally, these were made with “khoya” or “dry milk solids” but now a days many alternatives are there as “khoya” is not available easily everywhere. Milk powder is an easy option to go by.
Though am not a very big fan of sweets, I tried this for the very first time during a get together at home and to my surprise it turned out to be yummmyy. So, thought to share with you all my version of the recipe and give your taste buds a sweeeeet treat. 😊
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