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July 7, 2010

Mango Gulab Jamuns

Ingredients :

Instant Gulab Jamun Mix : 100 gms
Presh Mango Pulp : 50 gms
Sugar : 200 gms
Ghee : 2 tsp
Oil for deep frying


Mango Stuffed Gulab Jamoons
Method :

Heat the ghee in a pan. Add the mango pulp and 1 table spoon of sugar to it. Stir constantly. When it thickens remove from the flame and allow it to cool. Mix the instant gulab jamun mix and water, make a soft dough. Cover it with a lid and set aside for 15 minutes. Take small ball of dough and press a little. Place the mango pulp in the center of the dough. Cover the mango pulp by drawing up the edges towards the center and make smooth round shape balls. For preparing the sugar syrup add water to sugar and make a half thread sugar syrup. Make sure the ratio of water and sugar is 1:1. The syrup is ready. Heat oil in a wide pan for deep fry the jamuns. Fry the jamuns on a low flame stirring them constantly for even browning. When they turn to golden brown color, remove from the oil and put them into sugar syrup. After 30 minutes delicious mango jamoons are ready. Serve hot or chilled.

42 comments:

  1. That is really interesting Hari Chandana..I love GJ's and Mangoes - I'm sure I'll double love this!

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  2. How innovative and amazing, they look cute and mouth watering both.

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  3. simply superb ...wonderful idea of make this...looks so cute n tempting..

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  4. Wow intersting will give a try Chandana.Thanks for sharing such a lovely recipe.

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  5. nice idea of adding the delicious mango to this everyones favorite sweet.. u made it so deliicous.. good one

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  6. Wow these looks so yummy..wish I could grab some:)

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  7. A delicious sweet treat! Looks simply marvellous!

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  8. a nice twist to regular jamuns..

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  9. Very unique jamun, love it..

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  10. Never had mango jamun before..looks heavenly..

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  11. Very unusual, never tried with mango pulp in side them before.

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  12. Wow!!!Really interesting,Wat a punch inside the gulab jamun...Too gud pictures...

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  13. Interesting recipe... Love to try this..

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  14. wow! Interesting recipe ..love it

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  15. Fantastic idea, awesome treat for a mango lover!!

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  16. Super Innovative..U ROCK girl!

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  17. How innovative....drooling here dear....nice pics too

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  18. what an idea Mam ji!!!!too good.

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  19. SUPERB YUMMY YUMMY YUMMYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY CHUSNE NORU VURU TUNDI

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  20. SUPERB YUMMY YUMMY YUMMYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY chusthane NORU VURU THUNDI

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  21. yyummy yummm :)..i wish i could have one right now!!

    i really miss ur comments and thoguhts on mine :(..do drop by and share ur thoughts on my recipes..it is very valuable to me to improve :)
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  22. am mad of GulabJamoons u added mangoes to them hmmm am drooling :)

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  23. Wow! This is a new flavor is gulab jamuns! Love it!

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  24. What an innovative recipe; it should work with other fillings too!

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  25. Great looking mango jamuns Hari Chandana..Love them
    Love
    Kairali sisters

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  26. mango stuffing looks delicious, nice recipe!

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  27. So interesting dear, it's a double treat.

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  28. The mango surprise sounds delish :D

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  29. Absolutely delicious. They seem perfect in every way.

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  30. have made gulab jamun many times but never tried this one ...may b i will stuff some jam i hav in refri.

    following u from now onwards :)

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  31. What a special Stufed Jamun...looks yummy ...mouth watering :)

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