North Indian Easy Gulab Jamun


North Indian Easy Gulab Jamun

Rich and yummy sweet
Prep Time 30 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Cuisine North Indian
Servings 6 people


For sugar syrup:


  • Mix the above ingredients of jamuns to a very smooth dough, without adding water.
  • Make small balls off the above dough(size of 25 paise coin).
  • Boil water and sugar in a vessel and stir it, until the sugar melts well with water. Keep on a low flame.
  • Heat oil in another pan or a kadai.
  • Fry jamun balls on a low flame, until golden brown.
  • Put them in the sugar syrup.
  • Remove from flame and allow it to cool.
  • Store it in the fridge for about 10 days.
  • :- You can add cardamom powder too in the sugar syrup. It adds rich flavour to the jamuns.
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Response (10)
  1. D
    Divya November 14, 2005

    It is not authentically Indian – the egg leaves a horrible smell and taste. And what is jeera doing in gulab jamuns ??!!

  2. s
    savithri September 12, 2005

    The name gulab jamun owes to the essence we add to the syrup,this tastes bad especially the jeera water
    is this jeera jamuns?

  3. s
    sharmila August 23, 2005


  4. k
    kanika September 18, 2005

    thiz iz simply superb without that nauseatic smell of essence and instead we add elaichi powder

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