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Sun, 14 Jun 2009
Here is the recipe for the elusive Gulab Jamuns, don't forget to go to Hopscotch for the story.


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 THE RECIPE  TO MAKE SOME GULAB JAMUNS,
THAT WE READ ABOUT IN

"THE MYSTERY OF THE MISSING GULAB JAMUNS"
I have copied the story on the pages of "Hopscotch."

 AND WHICH WAS FIRST PRINTED IN "DIMDIMA" a wonderful childrens paper, sent to you from India. edition October 2008.

THE RECIPE IS FROM:
Samaithu Paarkalaam

Recipes from Tamilnadu to Tex-Mex from my kitchen with love


Jammin' with Jamuns
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1 cup of non-fat milk powder
          All purpose flour
          Baking soda 
2 tbsp     Melted butter 
Salt       pinch
Milk       to make a medium stiff dough

Syrup: (make it earlier and keep warm)

1         cups of sugar
1             cup of water
Cardamom - crushed seeds of 2 pods

Oil to fry

Method:

1. Combine the sugar and water in a pan. Heat until the sugar dissolves. Then, add crushed cardamom and remove from heat. (The syrup should be slightly warm when adding jamuns.)
If you like more syrup, just make 1.5 to 2 times the amount stated in the recipe.

2. Heat oil on medium heat. As the oil heats, combine flour, milk powder, baking soda, salt, and butter. Slowly add milk to make a medium stiff dough. Take small pieces of the dough (about nutmeg sized) and roll into balls. (Note: Keep in mind that the dough will expand and enlarge on hitting the oil, so make the balls smaller than you want the end size to be!) Keep the dough balls aside, covered with a slightly damp cloth to prevent them from drying out.

3. Slowly, slip the balls into the warm oil. You may need to fry them in 2 batches, depending on the size of your pan. Gently and slowly, shake the balls around in the oil to cook them evenly. When they are golden brown and rise to the top of the oil, remove them and allow them to cool until just slightly warm.

4. Add the cooled balls to the warm syrup.
Allow the flavours to develop in the refrigerator for 24 hours before serving, for best results. Warm jamuns before eating and enjoy every luscious bite!
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