Rice Gulab Jamun: Experience The Uniqueness Of Fusion

Banana Gulab Jamun - Mouth Watering Dessert Recipe

Gulab Jamun

Generally, Gulab Jamuns are shining and golden brown prepared from tiny thick balls of milk dough immersed in the sugar syrup & the taste of cardamom. But what I’m referring now is completely unique and different. This is a sole blend of Gulab Jamun also so common and everyone’s choice, rice. The rice balls immersed in milk rather than sugar syrup.

Rice Gulab Jamun is a yummy dish that is loved by each age group people. Rice Gulab Jamun recipe is given here with the procedure steps in detail. And with the help of that, you could learn easily to make the recipe. It is a simple recipe that is perfect to start with for the first-timers. Rice Gulab Jamun is a recipe that is originated from the fusion cuisine & is so famous across the world. The recipe is good for serving four people. You could find this recipe at almost each food venues and you could also cook at your house. It is a simple and easy dish that doesn’t utilise much time. The mouth-watering and fantabulous dish takes only a few minutes for preparation and forty-five minutes for cooking. The aroma of the Rice Gulab Jamun make you crave for more and you couldn’t resist yourself fro it.

Ingredients for Rice Gulab Jamun:

  • 500 gms – rice Flour
  • 250 gms – Sugar
  • 4 – Cardamom
  • 500 ml – Milk

How to prepare Rice Gulab Jamun:

1. Dry roast rice flour into a vessel & stir constantly until it becomes brown in colour. Knead rice flour with the warm water till it gets a soft dough. Make tiny balls out of rice flour dough & steam cook for around ten mins.

2. Boil milk & drop sugar as per your expected sweetness. Include cardamom & rice balls in the milk & allow the rice balls to soak for around 60 minutes. Chill & enjoy.

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s