Golab Jamoun

It does look like a gulab jamun but I am sure some one from India forgot to carry the recipe along and recreated this innovatively to resemble the original.
The taste is nothing similar to the gulab jamuns we are used to, but if you forget that bit you will relish this on a rainy day.








Ingredients
250 gms sweet potatoes
250 ml milk
1 cup wheat flour
 3/4 cup sugar
1 tspn cinnamon powder
Oil for frying
Method
1) Wash, peel and chop the sweet potatoes in small cubes
2) In a large pot, mix the potatoes and milk and put on stove top. Let it cook until the potatoes are soft and mushy. It will take about 20 min
3) Mash the potatoes using a fork to make a porridge like consistency
4) Add the sugar, flour and cinnamon and mix it well
5) Heat oil in a deep frying pan.
6) While the oil heats up, make small balls of the dough using oil or water for your hands while making the balls.
7) Deep fry them on low medium heat until they turn deep golden in color

Serve hot or cold. 

This is slightly doughy so if you do not like that, you may add some baking powder to it to make it lighter.





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7 comments:

Shweet Spicess said...

yumm yumm we call this as gulgulas made with ripe banana n flour we do add cooking soda to it and it become lighter when fried!! will try sweet potatoes next time im sure it should b delish

Usha said...

Jamoun seem definitely a popular sweet among our bm group. So many of you have tried it and it must indeed be a very nice sweet.

Varadas Kitchen said...

The name of the dish made me pick it as dessert too. It is so different and in its own way delicious.

vaishali sabnani said...

Ok we do have quite a few of these jamuns for this marathon but the more I read about them the more I feel like making. Very good ones.

Srivalli said...

I have enjoyed reading about this dish..nice to have something like this..

Padmajha PJ said...

I made these too and enjoyed them! Your looks nice too and makes me want to have some now :)

Suma Gandlur said...

Though these are different from our version of gulab jamuns, these fritters are too yummy.

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