Gulab Jamun

Fried Milk Fudge balls in Syrup.

Preparation time: 20 minutes
Cooking time: 30 minutes
Makes: 16
Recipe Ingredients:
1½ cup Milk fudge (khoya)
¼ cup grated cottage cheese
¼tsp Soda bicarbonate
3tbsp Refined flour (maida)
¼tsp Green cardamom powder
2 cups Sugar
2 cups Water
Clarified butter (ghee) or refined oil to fry
 
Recipe Method:
Grate khoya and mash cottage cheese . Mix the two along with soda bicarbonate, refined flour, green cardamom powder and knead well together to make a soft dough. (If required, add a liitle water to make a soft dough). Divide into sixteen equal portions and shape into balls.
Prepare a sugar syrup with sugar and two cups of water. Clear the syrup by removing the scum, if any.
Heat ghee/oil in a pan. The oil should be enough to immerse the balls well. Add the balls and deep fry on low heat till golden brown in colour. Drain and set aside for 3-4 minutes. Soak in the hot sugar syrup for at least half an hour before serving.

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