Bread Gulab Jamun
- White sliced bread - 10 slices
- milk- 1/2 cup
- Pure ghee - 1 cup
- Sugar- 1 cup
- Cardamom powder- 1 tsp.
- black pepper powder - 1 pinch
- Grated nuts- 1/4 cup
- water- 2/3 cup
- Remove the corners of the bread and put all the slices in mixer to grind. make a fine powder out of these slices.
- transfer the bread powder in a large mixing bowl and add cardamom powder and black pepper powder to it and mix well
- now add 1 tbs. milk at a time and start kneading the dough.
- Kneed a soft dough and then allow it to rest for about 15 min
- In a sauce pan add sugar and water. put on the gas stove at low flame. stir for somtime then let the syrup boil on its own.
- let the syrup boil for about 5 min. Once the consistency is thick enough( to check the consistency, take some syrup in a spoon and let it cool. touch the syrup between your index finger and thumb and try to stretch it. if it makes a single thread like formation, the syrup is ready. if not, let it boil for some more time) turn off the flame.
Frying the gulab jamun:
- make small round balls of the dough
- In a frying pan add ghee and fry all the balls at low flame.
- keep flipping carefully to ensure all the balls are evenly fried.
- when the balls turn golden brown, take them out of the pan.
- Transfer the fried balls into the sugar syrup and turn on the flame. keep it low.
- let all the balls cook in the syrup for about 2 min then turn off the flame.
- let the balls remain dipped in the sugar syrup for 15-20 min.
- Serve the gulab jamuns in a bowl and garnish with nuts.
- Tip: sprinkle some rose water for added flavor.
- serve the gulab jamuns with vanilla ice-cream for a unique and amazing combination.