Dry Gulab Jamun
  • Dry Gulab Jamun
  • Dry Gulab Jamun
  • Dry Gulab Jamun

Dry Gulab Jamun

Dry gulab jamun is an exotic sweet dish very soft and smooth served on special occasions in South Asian Countries. Dry gulab jamun is made up of milk powder and maida coated with fine sugar.

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Dry Gulab Jamun is one of those delicious milk treats that can bring great joy and harmony to any situation it is served in. It is incredibly popular all over the world as one of the most popular and loved sweets. The first step to making dry gulab jamun starts with preparing milk and cheese solids by heating milk over a low flame for a very long time until the water content is completely evaporated and only milk solids remain. This procedure is traditional in many parts of India. With a large amount of flour, these milk solids, also known as khoya, are kneaded into a dough. They are then shaped into balls, dipped in oil or ghee, and deep-fried at a low temperature until they have a golden brown color. Then it is served coated in sugar, with happiness covering every inch.

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