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Gulab Jamun

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Sweets are an integral part of the Indian culture.
Sweets have an important part in any festival celebration in India - be it religious festivals or marriage celebrations or any other function, sweets are a must!

These round, dark, syrupy jamuns taste as good as they look. What's more, they make a versatile gift. They can be had on any occasion, anytime of the year and they are sure to satisfy any sweet tooth. A majority of sweetmeats are milk preparations usually soaked in syrup.
Gulab Jamun is one of the favorite Indian desserts. They are golden brown balls in flavored sugar syrup. They are served warm or at room temperature. They are also available ready-made here in the Indian grocery stores in cans or if you are there are instant mix that you can buy and make following the instructions. You can also go to the sweetmeat shops and buy them fresh. Agra, Calcutta and Delhi are famous for Gulab Jamuns.

Gulab Jamun
Gulab Jamun
Ingredients
30 gms. Indian Cottage Cheese, 300 gms. Sugar, 1½ tbsps. All Purpose Flour, Vegetable Oil for frying, ¼ tsp. Baking Soda and 150 gms. Dry Milk.

Method:
1. Mix Khoya, Chenna, soda bi-carb and a little water to make it into a soft dough.
2. Divide into 10 equal portions. Shape into small balls (these balls can be stuffed with saffron and khoya).
3. Dissolve sugar with equal quantity of water and bring to a boil. Keep stirring till the syrup thikens. Set aside.
4. Heat oil in a Kadai. Deep fry prepared balls on a slow flame (else gulab jamuns will remain uncooked from inside) till golden in color.
5. As the balls turn golden brown, remove them and drop them into the warm sugar syrup for 15-20 minutes.

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