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Author vahchef Yield No Value
Published Feb 18, 2008 Cooking Time 1 hour
Recipe Type Desserts/Sweets Preparation Time 30 min
Ingredient Milk Standing Time 1 hour
Description: Gulab Jamun, a small waffle shaped balls deep fried and dipped in sugar syrup, popular in countries of the Indian subcontinent as India, Pakistan, Nepal and Bangladesh.


Ingredient Name Quantity Unit
Carnation Milk Powder 2 Cup
Sooji 2 Teaspoons
Milk Just Enough To Make The Dough
Shotening 2 Teaspoons
Baking Pdr 1/2 Teaspoons
All Purpose Flour 2 Teaspoons
Sugar 2 Cup
Oil 1 To Fry


  1. In a bowl add sugar and water, lime juice bring it to boil if required add rose water also.In another bowl add milk powder, fat mix well then add mida or all purpose flour, baking powder mix well and now add the soked sooji remove the water and mix well.
  2. Now add little by little milk and make into a dough and keep a side for 10min.After 10min make the dough into small ball and deep fry then and add to the sugar syrup.   
Posted Feb 18, 2008

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Aug 11, 2014
Hello Chef. I wish to make this recipe. But I am confused what does 1 cup mean? Is 1 cup equivalent to 200 ml or 250 ml? Plz help. Thanks.

Jul 10, 2014
I m your huge fan I have tried almost all recepies of yours gulab jamun is the one of my favourite my family loved it thanks

Nov 12, 2013
thank you so so much i made jamun last night it was vah....
ah i love it .... actually i made so many recipies from your site but it is the greatest ever i make ...
i made shahi paneer, naan,palak channa,rice balls, those are also nice thanks again .....

Subhajit Roy May 4, 2013
In order to make Gulab Jamun we need Carnation Milk Powder. But in chennai no where we are getting Carnation Milk Powder. Is there any suitable alternative for it

Prawin Mar 24, 2013
Hi Chef,

I have prepared Jamun s as u said..Jamuns Tasted awesome.Thanks for the great ever the jamuns were very soft . I want them to be a bit less soft for ease of handling . can u let me know if increasing maida quantity will make them hard.
Just asking out of curiosity.

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