SweetsNorth Indian Easy Gulab Jamun by rubyshamu October 26, 2004 written by rubyshamu October 26, 2004 Rich and yummy sweet Print Recipe Votes: 10 Rating: 4 You: Rate this recipe! Cuisine North Indian Prep Time 30 minutes Servings people MetricUS Imperial IngredientsMilk powder - 5 tspAllpurpose flour(Maida) - 1 tspBaking powder - 1/4 tspCooking oil - 4 tspEgg - 1 no For sugar syrup:Water - 1 1/2 cupsSugar - 1 1/2 cups Cuisine North Indian Prep Time 30 minutes Servings people MetricUS Imperial IngredientsMilk powder - 5 tspAllpurpose flour(Maida) - 1 tspBaking powder - 1/4 tspCooking oil - 4 tspEgg - 1 no For sugar syrup:Water - 1 1/2 cupsSugar - 1 1/2 cups Votes: 10 Rating: 4 You: Rate this recipe! Instructions 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. Share this Recipe BirthdayDiwaliEasyNavarathriNorthIndianPartySweetsTraditional 10 comments 0FacebookTwitterPinterestEmail rubyshamuRelated Posts Gajar Halwa Rava Kesari Easy Microwave Mysore Pak – Super Easy Gulab Jamun Restaurant Style Easy Tasty Rasmalai Mysore Pak – Microwave Easy10 comments Divya November 14, 2005 - 12:00 amIt is not authentically Indian – the egg leaves a horrible smell and taste. And what is jeera doing in gulab jamuns ??!! Reply savithri September 12, 2005 - 12:00 amThe name gulab jamun owes to the essence we add to the syrup,this tastes bad especially the jeera water is this jeera jamuns? Reply sharmila August 23, 2005 - 12:00 amWaooooooooooooo………………… Reply kanika September 18, 2005 - 12:00 amthiz iz simply superb without that nauseatic smell of essence and instead we add elaichi powder Reply lij January 3, 2005 - 12:00 amSIMPLY GREAT….I HAVE TRIED MANY RECIPES FOR JAMUNS..BUT THIS WAS THE ONLY ONE WHICH CAME OUT SPLENDID….. Reply sajitha April 2, 2007 - 12:00 amThe measurements are not accurate. The dough was too watery, so couldnot make balls at all. Please look into it and try to correct the measurements. Maybe half egg would do…….. Reply Jamu January 22, 2006 - 12:00 amI`m not sure this is a valid recipe. The quantities of maida and dry mik are so small that it won`t make more than a couple jamuns.And where are the comments about jeera or eggs coming from? These are not listed in the recipe? Reply barbie December 19, 2004 - 12:00 amnice yaar…but i added only half of the egg ..it will be some what tighter n easy to make rolls…can try thiz Reply priya rajesh October 26, 2006 - 12:00 am i had never thought that jamuns can be made so easily. all i had tried instant mix. but after seeing this recipe i tried it the very next minute. it was just SUPERB…! Reply Lali April 1, 2006 - 12:00 amWhy do people who can`t make out the difference between cardomom and jeera try , or even read these recipes??? Reply Leave a Comment Cancel ReplyRemember my details in this browser for the next time to post comment.