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Bread Gulab Jamun
- Duration: 30 minutes
- Serves: 2-4 people people
Spice Level: Zero
Make sure you roll the bread balls smoothly and don’t make them too tight or else they will remain uncooked in the centre.
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Bread Gulab Jamun is a quick recipe that has evolved from the Gujarati kitchens. It is a hit with the children. With bread turning into an essential in most households, this recipe has turned out to be one of the best recipes to utilise left-over bread.
- Bread slices (6-8)
- Sugar (1 cup)
- Milk (5 tbsp)
- Cardamom (elaichi) (4 to 5)
- Ghee (for frying)
- Cut out the brown edges of each bread slice and then, place all the slices into a paraat.
- Pour milk into the paraat and knead the bread and milk into soft dough.
- Make small balls of this dough.
- Take a pan, and into it add sugar, cardamom (elaichi) and 2 cups of water. Boil the mixture till it turns into half of its initial proportion.
- Now, in a kadhai, heat some ghee on slow flame and then, deep fry the bread balls (till they turn deep brown).
- Keep these balls i.e. Gulab Jamuns dipped in the sugar syrup for around half an hour.
- Serve hot.