Gulab jamun recipe – how to make (sweet potatoes)shakarkandi gulab jamun sweet recipe

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Gulab jamun recipe is a simple easy sweet recipe but it is not prepared quickly. It is a time consuming recipe. Gulab means rose and jamuns are the name of berries founded in purple colored. Gulab jamun looks like round shape jamun berry.  That’s way the sweet is named according to this.

how to make  sweet potatoes gulab jamun sweet recipe step by step photos
  • Boil sweet potatoes in a deep pan/kadhai or pot in another burner. Let it cool and then Peel off the skin and smash it well by a spoon or hand.
  • Add maida flour (refined and bleached wheat flour), milk powder, and salt to taste. Mix them up very well and make sticky dough by hand.

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  • Make small round sized ball by hand
  • Heat oil in kadhai or pan to deep fry the ball. When oil turns to medium hot but not so hot, deep fry all balls perfectly.

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  • Preparation of Gulab jamun sweet syrup – heat a pot with sugar and water.  Boil it until the syrup becomes slightly sticky and then add smashed 4 green cardamoms (Chhoti Elaichi) powder into it. Check the thickness of the syrup by fingers.

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  • Add all fried balls in the hot syrup pot prepared in next burner. Boil all balls again 1-2 min on medium flame in the syrup.
  • Keep it in the bowl for 2-3 hours to soak the sweet syrup. Let it cool. Sweet Potatoes Gulab jamun sweet recipe is ready to serve it.

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Gulab jamun recipe – how to make (sweet potatoes)shakarkandi gulab jamun sweet recipe
 
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In Gulab jamun sweet recipe the syrup is made with sugar, water and rose water. Especially I have made this sweet dish in my own style. I use sweet potatoes to make this delicious sweet dish. Sweet potatoes are called local names in India, Shakarkand (Hindi), Kandamula (Odia), Chilakada Dumpa, Moram Gadda (Telugu), Sarkaraivalli Kizanku(Tamil), Genasu (Kannada), Ratala (Marathi), Mathura Kizhangu (Malayalam), Shakkaria (Gujarati), Shakkar (Punjabi) and Rang Aloo (Bengali).
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Ingredients
  • 100gm Sugar
  • 2 Sweet potatoes
  • 2 tablespoon Maida flour (refined and bleached wheat flour)
  • 2 tablespoon Milk powder
  • Salt to taste
  • 3-4 Green Cardamoms (Chhoti Elaichi) powder
  • 1 bowl water
Instructions
  1. Preparation of Gulab jamun sweet syrup - heat a pot with sugar and water. Boil it until the syrup becomes slightly sticky and then add smashed 4 green cardamoms (Chhoti Elaichi) powder into it. Check the thickness of the syrup by fingers.
  2. Boil sweet potatoes in a deep pan/kadhai or pot in another burner. Let it cool and then Peel off the skin and smash it well by a spoon or hand.
  3. Add maida flour (refined and bleached wheat flour), milk powder, and salt to taste. Mix them up very well and make sticky dough by hand.
  4. Make small round sized ball by hand
  5. Heat oil in kadhai or pan to deep fry the ball. When oil turns to medium hot but not so hot, deep fry all balls perfectly.
  6. Add all fried balls in the hot syrup pot prepared in next burner. Boil all balls again 1-2 min on medium flame in the syrup.
  7. Keep it in the bowl for 2-3 hours to soak the sweet syrup. Let it cool.
  8. Sweet Potatoes Gulab jamun sweet recipe is ready to serve it.

 

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