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Bread Gulab Jamun Recipe | (Easy + Juicy + Awesome Indian Dessert)

by Pradeep Mamgain
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This bread gulab jamun recipe is an easy gulab jamun recipe that you can make without using khoya/mawa or milk powder. Gulab Jamun is a popular Indian sweet made from khoya/mawa (evaporated milk solids). In this gulab jamun recipe, I have shown how to make gulab jamun from bread and leftover sugar syrup from Diwali gulab jamun gifts. Using the method shown in the recipe, you can make post-Diwali recipes using leftover sugar syrup.

Bread Gulab Jamun Recipe | (Easy + Juicy + Awesome Indian Dessert)

Gulab Jamun is one of the most popular sweet dishes in India. At parties, weddings, pooja, and even in a simple platter, this sweet finds its place. It’s sweet, juicy, and tastes awesome; perfect to satisfy your sweet cravings. Usually, gulab jamun is made from khoya, paneer, mawa, milk powder, sweet potatoes. However, today we will see how to make gulab jamun recipe without khoya using bread. We get lots of Gulab Jamun gifts on Diwali and we end up with some leftover sugar syrup. We will use this leftover syrup in this Gulab Jamun recipe.

How to make bread gulab jamun recipe

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  1. Remove edges of the bread slices and then break them into a bowl.
  2. Begin to mix bread with milk. Do not knead otherwise gulab jamuns will become hard.
  3. Grease your hands and make small balls of bread mixture.
  4. Deep fry balls on medium heat.
  5. Pour leftover syrup on jamuns.

Ingredients

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  • bread (buy a good quality fresh and soft bread)
  • milk (toned milk, should be at the room temperature)
  • clarified butter (for greasing hands)
  • sugar syrup (leftover syrup)
  • pistachios

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A FEW FINAL THOUGHTS

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  • Addition: The literal meaning of Gulab Jamun is Rose Berries. You can use rose water (gulab jal) to add flavor to gulab jamuns.
  • Substitutions: You can also make smaller pieces of the bread using a grinder. Cashew nuts, raisins, or almonds can be used to stuff inside the gulab jamun.
  • Checking Oil Temperature: Before you place gulab jamuns to heated oil, first you need to check whether the temperature is suitable for deep frying or not. Take a tiny piece of dough and place it on the oil. If the piece comes up gradually and steadily, the oil is ready for deep frying. If it stays at the bottom, the oil is not ready for frying, and if comes up quickly, the oil is too hot for frying. In this case, you need to lower the flame.
  • Cautions: Do not overcrowd the frying pan with gulab jamuns, there should be some space between them.
  • The quantity of milk depends on the type of bread used.
Bread Gulab Jamun Recipe | (Easy + Juicy + Awesome Indian Dessert)

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Bread Gulab Jamun Recipe | (Easy + Juicy + Awesome Indian Dessert)

Pradeep Mamgain
This bread gulab jamun recipe is an easy way to make delicious gulab jamun at home without using khoya/mawa or milk powder.
5 from 2 votes
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 20 mins
Total Time 30 mins
Course Sweet Dish
Cuisine Indian
Servings 3 People
Calories 362 kcal

Ingredients
  

  • 10 slices bread white
  • 85 ml milk
  • 8 grams clarified butter (ghee)
  • 1 cup sugar syrup leftover syrup
  • 10 pcs pistachio
  • vegetable oil for frying

Instructions
 

  • Remove the brown edges of the bread slices. Next, break slices into a mixer bowl.
  • Add milk in parts. Now, begin to mix and bring the bread mixture together. Add milk as per the requirement. Bring the mixture together so that it binds well. Do not knead otherwise gulab jamuns will become hard. Cover and keep aside the mixture for 10 minutes.
  • Grease your hands with clarified butter. Pinch small size ball from the dough and then flatten it. Make a cavity at the center and then place sliced pistachio. Bring the edges together and then join. Next, seal them at the center.
  • Now, using your hands gently roll to form a neat ball. Prepare all gulab jamuns using this method and keep aside.
  • Heat oil in a pan and then gently place gulab jamun balls in the oil and fry at a low medium heat. Keep on turning and rotating them until turn golden. Now, place them on kitchen paper towel.
  • Place gulab jamuns in a bowl and then pour the leftover sugar syrup on it. If you want more soft and juicy gulab jamuns, heat the sugar syrup a little bit. Now, serve gulab jamuns with some sliced cashew nuts, pistachios, and almonds.

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Notes

  • Addition: The literal meaning of Gulab Jamun is Rose Berries. You can use rose water (gulab jal) to add flavor to gulab jamuns.
  • Substitutions: You can also make smaller pieces of the bread using a grinder. Cashew nuts, raisins, or almonds can be used to stuff inside the gulab jamun.
  • Checking Oil Temperature: Before you place gulab jamuns to heated oil, first you need to check whether the temperature is suitable for deep frying or not. Take a tiny piece of dough and place it on the oil. If the piece comes up gradually and steadily, the oil is ready for deep frying. If it stays at the bottom, the oil is not ready for frying, and if comes up quickly, the oil is too hot for frying. In this case, you need to lower the flame.
  • Cautions: Do not overcrowd the frying pan with gulab jamuns, there should be some space between them.
  • The quantity of milk depends on the type of bread used.
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