Milk powder gulab jamun. Gulab jamun is a classic Indian sweet made with milk solids, sugar, rose water & cardamom powder. Friends, if you liked this recipe, give it a Thumbs Up and Do Subscribe my channel. Please leave your comments and suggestion in the comments section. well, i have posted several types of gulab jamun recipe, which includes, khoya, semolina and even bread-based. but nothing can replace traditional milk powder-based jamoons. the texture, colour and the moistness you can get with milk powder is irreplaceable. basically, for a perfect and moist ball.
This gulab jamun recipe made with milk powder is a cheat's version but tastes equally good. This recipe comes handy if you don't have khoya or paneer readily available. All you need is milk powder, curd (yogurt), sugar and water to make tasty gulab jamun at home. You can cook Milk powder gulab jamun using 7 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Milk powder gulab jamun
- It’s 3 cup of Milk powder.
- You need 1 cup of Water.
- You need as needed of Clarified butter.
- It’s of For sugar syrup.
- Prepare 3 cup of Sugar.
- Prepare 3 cup of Water.
- You need 1/4 tsp of Cardamom powder.
Gulab Jamun with milk powder is soft and melts in mouth Indian sweet. It is an easy and delicious dessert for parties and potlucks. Gulab jamun with milk powder tastes soft, spongy, flavorful and delicious compared to the gulab jamun made using the store bought a mix. Homemade gulab Jamun from scratch with milk powder as main ingredient.
Milk powder gulab jamun step by step
- Take a bowl add milk powder and water and mix gently to a smooth lump free dough..
- Set aside for 10 mins.make small balls for 20 – 25 deep fry in clarified butter in low flame until golden brown and drop the same in the sugar syrup..
- Take a pan add sugar and water boil for ten mins in a low flame add cardamom powder and mix well..
- Soak the gulabjamun in hot sugar syrup in 30 mins and serve..
Simple recipe with easily available ingredients. I have tried milk powder gulab jamun many times, but somehow felt something was missing in the recipe or at times the looks will not be as good as I expect. Gulab jamuns are made by combining milk powder, flour, baking soda, ghee and milk to make a soft dough. Then these Indian donut balls are fried until golden, dipped into a warm sugar syrup infused with rose water and cardamom. Are there many versions of gulab jamuns?