Gulab Jamun is a simple Indian Sweet recipe that is often prepared in both South and North India. Nowadays Gulab Jamun is made at homes using the readymade flour available in the market in different brand names, which includes milk powder as well besides many ingredients, but there are different forms and variations in the Gulab Jamun recipe. Here is a simple Dry Bread Gulab Jamun recipe that can be made with just a few bread slices and this can be made as ordinary normal Gulab Jamun as well as Dry gulab jamun and can be stored and used for a few days.
Now let us see the Bread Dry Gulab Jamun Recipe:
- Bread – 4 Slices
- Milk – 100 ml
- Sugar – 2 tbsp (for rolling)
- Oil – for frying
- For sugar syrup
- Sugar – 1/2 Cup
- Water – 1/2 Cup
- Cardamom powder – A pinch
- Rose Essence – 1/4 tsp
Cut off the edges of the bread slice and take the middle portion only. Dip bread slices in milk and squeeze out excess milk. Knead the bread slices into smooth dough without lumps. Do not press much. Knead softly. If pressed, the gulab jamun will become lumpy and hard.
Roll this dough into small balls of required sizes. Fry the rolled balls until golden brown in oil. Put the stove on medium flame and fry, otherwise the outside will burn out and the inside will not be cooked.
Put the sugar in a bowl, add water and cardamom powder and let it boil till it becomes viscous. Then add rose essence.
Then add the fried jamuns. After two hours take out the jamuns and roll in the sugar till it becomes dry. Now the Dry bread Gulab Jamun is ready.
These jamuns can be stored and used for a few days.