Tuesday, November 02, 2010

Homemade Gulab Jamuns and Microwave Cooking-Sweets Event



I am sharing this yummiest sweet for this deepavali/diwali....Before ,We hook onto the recipe....My blogger friend Srivalli, has requested to host the event of Microwave cooking for Sweets,for this November....Last year,I conducted Diwali contest and did some giveaways....But couldnt make this year,and while srivalli had so much patience to request me,I didnt want to disappoint her too...After a clash of words,we settled for SWEETS to destress ourselves from the busy schedules...

 After all festivals will go incomplete without a sweet meet,Right???
So ,I am waiting for your microwave'd sweet dishes,please post and send the entries before Nov 30th,2010

Here are the rules made out for the event
1. The entire cooking has to be done in the microwave. You can use food processor for grinding but no stove top cooking.
2. Entries posted from today onwards till Nov 30th 2010 is acceptable.
3. Send me your entries to priyasfeast@gmail.com with the following details
Subject - MEC:Sweets

Name:
Blog name:
Recipe name:
Recipe URL:

A photo of the final dish:
4. Please use the event logo if possible. Your entry post should contain a link to 
this event announcement and Srivalli's MEC Announcement.


5. Multiple entries are welcome. If any of your previous  festive posts qualify for this theme, you can send them, but it should be re posted with the link to the event announcement.
6. Non-bloggers are invited to participate in the event. You can mail me your recipe and a photograph of the dish to the mail id mentioned above.
7. Multiple recipes are permitted and Recipes submitted to other events are also permitted.


Recipe For Homemade Gulab Jamuns
Ingredients
Unsweetened Khoya-2 cups
Maida-1 cup
Baking Powder- half tsp
Oil to deep fry

For Syrup
Sugar-1 and half cups
Water-half cup
Rose essence-1 tsp or
Cardamom powder-half tsp


Always grate the khoya before using it...So,the moisture could absorb the flour very well.
*Usually,I dont add water or milk,So the jamuns really stays for longer period 


Add  maida,pinch of baking powder to grated khoya and knead them(with ur fingers) to soft dough.
*Dont over pressure the dough,the jamun will break while frying


Roll them into balls or desired sizes


Mix all the ingredients for the sugar syrup.Boil it till sticky consistency


Meanwhile make the balls at similar sizes,so it is fried evenly


In low flame,fry the jamuns till the bubbling of oil stops
*It takes longer time to cook than readymade ones and of course darkens easily,So cook them in low flame


Pour the hot sugar syrup to the jamuns and soak them for 2-3 minutes
*It wont take much time for soaking like readymade mix ,and doesnt turn soggy in syrup


The jamuns are ready to attack.....



The homemade jamuns are light,yummiest ones ,ever to relish.I am sure,you are not going to run after readymade jamun mix,if u try this recipe......Enjoy

Happy Diwali

25 comments:

  1. JAmun looks toooooooo good priya and the new template is awesome too... HAppy Diwali to you dear !!!

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  2. Very tempting spongy jamuns, am drooling..

    Happy hosting Priya..

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  3. Happy Diwali dear, perfect sweet, my fav, looks so good, Happy hosting...

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  4. Looking so yummy.. Did u add some color for this brownish tint?

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  5. Wow!!! I love gulab jamuns and now all of a sudden I am craving it :-)

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  6. Aw tempting jamuns....Craving for some now :)

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  7. Thank you hosting Priya..gulab Jamuns are rocking..

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  8. Happy Diwali to all
    @Cool Blogger,I didnt add color,the milk products usually gives dark color (at high temp) while deep frying..We have to be careful in frying them...

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  9. Hi Priya,

    The jammuns look awesome and mouthwatering...:)

    Happy Diwali to you!!

    Check out the event in my blog...:)

    Dr.Sameena@

    http://www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

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  10. my fav looks yummy dear. happy diwali

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  11. happy hosting.. ur gulab jamuns are looking sinfully delicious!

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  12. Jamuns look yummy. Wish you a happy diwali.

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  13. Soft and delicious..truly tempting

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  14. Wow.. blog's new make over is cute :)

    Love the jamoons too. :) They are my favorite always :)

    Yup!! your diwali event is extremely memorable to me :) :) :)

    Will try to send some entry for this event as well :)

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  16. Mouthwatering jamoons, happy hosting priya.

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  17. too gudto see ur cuties....I am drooling here....

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  18. sent an entry on fri, hope u got it.

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  19. ummm... yummy jamuns... perfect color...
    Thanks for stopping by my blog and ur encouragement :)

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  20. Hi Priya,

    Have sent you my entry...:)

    Dr.Sameena@

    http://www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

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  21. here is my last min entry http://sinamontales.wordpress.com/2010/11/30/milk-dates-peda/

    will send a mail too :)

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Thank you

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