Bread Gulab Jamun Recipe

Bread Gulab Jamun Recipe is a quick alternative to the traditional gulab jamun recipe. Bread gulab jamun can be served as a dessert or prepared for festivals such as Diwali and Christmas.

Basically, this is a quick and easy version of the traditional khoya gulab jamun recipe. In other words, breads are powdered to create breadcrumbs, which are then combined with milk powder. The khoya or milk powder gulab jamun is then prepared in the same manner. which is deep fried in ghee and then dipped in sugar syrup The benefit of making jamuns from bread is that no baking soda is required.

This is a quick gulab jamun recipe made with powdered breadcrumbs and milk powder. One of the simplest gulab jamun recipes among all the variations. However, if you prefer your gulab jamun to be soft, bread gulab jamun may disappoint you. Bread is made of all-purpose flour and becomes hard when deep fried. As a result, bread gulab jamun would be more difficult to make than milk powder gulab jamun or khoya gulab jamun. However, trust me when I say that this is a quick and easy alternative, especially if you have some leftover bread.

In addition, some helpful hints for making a soft and juicy bread gulab jamun recipe. To begin, try using white sandwich bread for this recipe. I don’t recommend using wholemeal or atta bread to make instant gulab jamun. Second, fry the jamun balls over a low heat. This is also true for the traditional gulab jamun recipe. In addition, I did not use baking soda in this recipe, but a pinch can be added to make it more fluffy. Finally, add a teaspoon of rose water or gulab jal to complete the rose or gulab essence. However, it is entirely optional and not required.

AuthorManita

Yields5 Servings

for sugar syrup
 1 cup Sugar
 1 cup Water
 3 qts Cardamom (Powdered)
 1 tbsp Lemon Juice
for bread gulab jamun
 6 Bread Slices (White Bread)
 2 tbsp Full Cream Milk Powder
 1 tbsp Cream
 4 tbsp Warm Milk
 Ghee / Oil (for deep frying)

sugar syrup recipe
1

First, place 1 cup of sugar in a large pan.

2

Add 1 cup of water to that and bring to a boil.

3

Then cook for 4 minutes, or until the sugar syrup becomes slightly sticky.

4

Now add in the cardamom powder.

5

Add lemon juice to stop the crystallisation process as well.

6

Cover and keep aside.

bread gulab jamun recipe
7

To begin, cut the sides of six bread slices.

8

Moreover, blend to a fine powder, similar to breadcrumbs.

9

Add 2-3 tbsp milk powder and a tbsp cream as well.

10

Crumble and thoroughly mix.

11

Slowly add warm milk, a little at a time, and knead until the dough is smooth and soft.

12

Additionally, grease your hands with ghee and form small balls.

13

Make sure the balls are free of cracks.

14

Heat the oil or ghee on a low to medium heat and fry the jamuns when it is moderately hot.

15

Fry the balls on a low heat, stirring occasionally.

16

Fry the balls until golden brown.

17

Drop the hot jamuns into the hot sugar syrup right away.

18

After adding the fried jamuns, boil the sugar syrup for a minute.

19

Rest for 2 hours with the lid closed.

20

Finally, the size of the bread gulab jamuns has doubled. Serve warm with ice cream or cold with a few chopped nuts on top.

Ingredients

for sugar syrup
 1 cup Sugar
 1 cup Water
 3 qts Cardamom (Powdered)
 1 tbsp Lemon Juice
for bread gulab jamun
 6 Bread Slices (White Bread)
 2 tbsp Full Cream Milk Powder
 1 tbsp Cream
 4 tbsp Warm Milk
 Ghee / Oil (for deep frying)

Directions

sugar syrup recipe
1

First, place 1 cup of sugar in a large pan.

2

Add 1 cup of water to that and bring to a boil.

3

Then cook for 4 minutes, or until the sugar syrup becomes slightly sticky.

4

Now add in the cardamom powder.

5

Add lemon juice to stop the crystallisation process as well.

6

Cover and keep aside.

bread gulab jamun recipe
7

To begin, cut the sides of six bread slices.

8

Moreover, blend to a fine powder, similar to breadcrumbs.

9

Add 2-3 tbsp milk powder and a tbsp cream as well.

10

Crumble and thoroughly mix.

11

Slowly add warm milk, a little at a time, and knead until the dough is smooth and soft.

12

Additionally, grease your hands with ghee and form small balls.

13

Make sure the balls are free of cracks.

14

Heat the oil or ghee on a low to medium heat and fry the jamuns when it is moderately hot.

15

Fry the balls on a low heat, stirring occasionally.

16

Fry the balls until golden brown.

17

Drop the hot jamuns into the hot sugar syrup right away.

18

After adding the fried jamuns, boil the sugar syrup for a minute.

19

Rest for 2 hours with the lid closed.

20

Finally, the size of the bread gulab jamuns has doubled. Serve warm with ice cream or cold with a few chopped nuts on top.

Bread Gulab Jamun Recipe

Tips

  • To begin, use white bread for a bright colour and brown bread for a healthier option.
  • Furthermore, use fresh bread; otherwise, it will not last long.
  • In addition, never leave out the milk powder. Otherwise, the jamuns will become hard.
  • Finally, after a minute in sugar syrup, bread gulab jamun becomes soft and juicy.

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