A delicious traditional Indian dessert that is sweet and easy to make! It will make any occasion extra special!
2 to 3 cups of oil for frying
For the syrup
2 cups sugar
2 cups water
1/4 tsp crushed cardamoms
5 to 7 strands of saffron
Ing for the mixture:
12 oz or 341 grams mawa (grated)
3/4 cup soji or semolina
3/4 cup milk
2 tbsp milk (maybe needed to bind the dough)
Put it on the stove and boil till it reaches a one thread consistency take it off the stove and keep it warm.
3/4 cup soji or semolina
3/4 cup milk
Mix these two ingredients together and keep it aside for about 2 hours.
In a bowl combine the two ingredients the soji and the milk, keep this aside for about 2 hours, in the mean time make the syrup and maintain the temperature on low to keep it warm. Once the mixture is soaked in add the grated mawa in it and knead the dough really well, you might need to put the extra two tablespoons of milk in it, start with adding 1 tbsp at a time. Once the dough is kneaded really really well fry them on a med low heat till it reaches the color you desire. If you like the gulab jamuns to soak up all the syrup and be very soft then add the jamuns in hot syrup if you want it not to soak in too much syrup then keep them aside once they cool then add it to the warm syrup and let the jamuns sit in there for a couple of hours!

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