Gulab jamun is a milk-solid-based sweet from the Indian subcontinent, and a type of mithai, popular in India, Nepal, Pakistan, the Maldives, Bangladesh, and Myanmar.
Gulab Jamun can be prepared with khoyan milk too. However, in modern making, Gulam Jamum with powder milk is more popular. If you try this milk and ghee recipe at home, it is always better to try it with good quality milk powder.
For readers who have never heard of Gulab Jamun, it can be classified as a donut. Traditionally made with flour and powdered milk it was then fried and finally added to the sweet rose syrup. The South African Indian version differs in two respects, firstly sweets look like inger in shape, and secondly this recipe uses melted milk .
Instructions: How to prepare Gulam Jamum with ghee?
The success of this dessert depends almost entirely on how well you mold the dough. Once the dough is ready, divide it into walnut sized balls and roll between slightly greased palms till smooth.
Any cracks will show up even more lately and could lead to the ‘milk balls’ cracking as they are being fried… not desirable!
Why Milkio Ghee is a better cooking oil for Gulab Jamun?
You have to fry Gulab Jamum dumplings in ghee, which is a high heat cooking. As milkio grass fed ghee is high in smoking point (485 degrees F), it is a safer cooking oil for high heat cooking like deep frying.
Milkio cultured organic grass-fed ghee works as a natural taste enhancer for the gulab jamun you are preparing. The sweet dessert will taste more flaorful with the use of Milkio ghee.
How to buy Milkio cultured organic grass fed ghee?
You can buy Milkio cultured organic grass fed ghee online from Walmart.com, Amazon.com, Milkio E-commerce page, etc. It is a pure New Zealand product, USDA certifed and Non-GMO vertified dairy oil.
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