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Monday, July 27, 2009

Baked Gulab Jamun



Ingredients For Jamun
Milk powder-3 cups
Heavy cream-300ml
Self raising flour-1 cup
salt a pinch
Sugar-1tsp
Cardamom powder-1/2tsp
Milk to make a smooth paste(Toothpaste consistency)
Ghee-1tsp to grease the tray
Nuts little (optional)
Sugar syrup
Sugar-2 cup
Water-1 & 1/2 cup
Cardamom powder-1/2tsp
Rose essence-a drop
Method
Mix the jamun ingredients together ,add very little milk to make a smooth paste (toothpaste consistency).Pour it on a greased tray & bake it at 300 deg.C for 15 minute or till top is slightly brown.Boil all the syrup ingredients together & give a boil for 5 minutes.Pour this on top of the hot baked jamun.Garnish it with nuts .

Note:If you want to replace maida for self raising flour add 1 & 1/2 tsp of baking powder & a pinch of salt for each cup of maida.

9 comments:

  1. Cool .very innovative and looks great ..Thanks for sharing :)

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  2. Wow looks so delicious! And baked..awesome! I have nominated you for the Kreativ Blogger award.Do check my blog for more details :)

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  3. Wow thats nice idea of baking jamun .. so innovative will sure try this one day

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  4. Very innovative recipe... looks perfect.. :)

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  5. Hi Sailaja,
    This is my first time here and baked gulab jamun caught my eye:)It is new to me and is very creative!

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  6. I just made and shared these with my family and we all agree that we’ll never deep fry our Jamuns again. It was delicious

    The only thing that is different is the shape-because they’re baked it will come out a bit flatter; and the color is whiter.

    But it’s the taste that matters and this innovative (and a bit healthier) version gets two thumbs up.

    Thank you!

    -Victor

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  7. I was looking for alternatives to frying gulab jamuns, and came across this post. Thank you for the idea!!

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  8. Hi Sailaja,
    I tried this ad came out well....All my friends enjoyed a lot...Thanks for the recipe

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