Gulab jamun is referring to an Indian dessert with a cake-like texture. Gulab jamun are small, about 1-inch diameter balls of flour and milk powder which are deep-fried until it is golden brown and served cold in syrup

Related Articles

Pantua ■■■■■■■■■
Pantua refers to West Bengal's Chenna based sweet brown caramel ball similar to Gulab Jamun which is . . . Read More
Gulabjamun ■■■■■■■■
Gulabjamun refers to nationally popular sweet delicacy in India. It is made with khoa, a desiccated milk . . . Read More
Ari Unda ■■■■■■
Ari Unda is one of the popular sweet snacks from Kerala, India made from a mixture of rice flour, fresh . . . Read More
Chena poda ■■■■■■
Chena poda refers to a golden brown colored dessert popular in Orissa, India. It is made with fresh soft . . . Read More
Rava ■■■■■
Rava is Hindi word for semolina flour used widely in Indian cooking and cuisine to cook savory dishes . . . Read More
Paratha ■■■■■
Paratha is referring to a variety of Indian bread. Excessive use of cooking oil while baking it on the . . . Read More
Bhatura ■■■■■
Bhatura or bhaturas refers to a very common North Indian bread which is made out of dough of fine wheat . . . Read More
Khoya ■■■■■
Khoya refers to a thick milk paste made by dehydrating or boiling milk. The thickness is achieved by . . . Read More
Halva ■■■■■
Halva refers to Indian sweets made from syrup and vegetables or fruit. It is translucent, comes in bright . . . Read More
Cendol ■■■■■
Cendol is an Indonesian drink which is made with brown sugar, jackfruit, gelatin, coconut milk and the . . . Read More