Pistachio Stuffed Bread Gulab Jamun !!

Ramazan / Ramadan Special Gulab Jamun, it is milk solids based dessert, similar to dumpling, soaked in sugar syrup with the essence of rose water. It is a popular dessert, that always in do list in every wedding & feast in India.

Bread gulab jamun is one of the easy & less time consuming recipe. I never tried gulab jamuns before, but this recipe is really simple to prepare. The taste, texture & consistency of this recipe is simply good.

Bon Appetite !!

Happy cooking !!

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Milk bread – 5 -7 slices

Milk powder – 2 tbsp (optional)

unsalted butter- ½ tbsp (optional)

Milk – ½ cup

Sugar – ½ cup

Water – 1 cup

cardamom powder – 1 tsp

Rose water essence – 1 tsp

Oil for deep frying

Pistachio for garnishing & stuffing

Making dough:

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Sugar Syrup:

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Making the dough into balls & fry:

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  • Remove brown part of bread.
  • Soak the bread into the milk and keep aside.
  • In a small bowl, add soaked milk bread, milk powder, butter & knead soft dough.
  • Cover the dough with plastic wrap or lid & keep aside for 5 – 10 minutes.
  • Make small balls from dough (don’t press too much) & stuff pistachio inside the balls.
  • In a sauce pan, add sugar, water, essence, cardamom and boil till it become ½ thread sugar consistency.
  • Heat oil in a pan on medium low flame, add stuffed balls in it (don’t over crowd) & fry until it becomes brown in color.
  • Once the jamuns get cooled, soak the fried Gulab Jamun in hot sugar syrup, cover & keep it for 60 minutes (it helps to absorb the syrup).
  • Serve it chill & enjoy topping with ice cream !!.

7 Comments Add yours

  1. Looks delicious preethi. …just fantastic. …

  2. Yummy yum Preeti 🙂

  3. ddeeppaa says:

    Yummy Preethi 🙂

  4. sabitha says:

    looks good 🙂 🙂

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