Friday, April 13, 2012

Bread Gulab Jamuns

Wishing all you a Happy Tamil New Year and Vishu wishes to all my readers and followers..

Bread jamuns gets ready in very less time when compared to the usual gulab jamuns..These jamuns tastes super rich and definitely easy to prepare whenever you run out the store bought jamun mix..You can make out these juicy and spongy jamuns with stale bread slices or either with freshly store bought bread slices, with less ingredients you can make out these yummy jamuns very much quickly..An excellent sweet to serve when you have sudden guests at home..Needless to say everyone at home just enjoyed having this super juicy jamuns after our lunch..


6nos Bread slices
1/2cup Milk
1/2cup Sugar
1cup Water
1/2tsp Cardamom powder
Few Almond slices
Oil for deepfrying

Cut the brown edges of the bread slices, soak it in milk, squeeze out the excess of the milk and make a smooth and soft dough with this soaked bread slices..

Make out medium sized balls with this bread dough, meanwhile heat the oil for deep frying, fry the bread balls until they turns golden brown..

Prepare a sugar syrup with sugar,water and cardamom powder..add the fried jamuns to the syrup and let them sit atleast for an hour..Serve the jamuns topped with sliced almonds..


53 comments:

  1. Wow Yumm. Never tried bread gulb jamuns. innovative..

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  2. Wow super yummy n very easy instant gulab jamuns...

    Wish all ur family a very happy Tamil new year dear...

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  3. wow!very new to me.using bread to make these sinful little jamuns.........they look soooo very good

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  4. The gulab jamun looks yummy. Can't believe they have been made from bread :)

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  5. sinful duplicate gulam jamuns are looking awesome !!thanks for posting this Priya

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  6. beautiful Jamuns. Happy New Year to you

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  7. wow luks yumm...exactly like the usual gulab jamuns !!

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  8. This looks so delish ...yum ..just like normal GJ

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  9. Wow, jamoon looks so tempting! Never tried them with bread. Nice recipe dear..

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  10. Wow! super like...
    they look just like usual gulab jamuns and so easy to make.

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  11. Awesome looking Jamuns dear...mouthwatering.

    Happy Tamil New Year to you and your family

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  12. They look delicious and a great way to use leftover bread. Happy Tamil new year.

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  13. Bread Gulab Jamuns looks really tempting n yumm.
    Happy Vishu and Tamil New Year Wishes to You and Family :-)

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  14. Many years ago i read this recipe in a magazine and tried the same......I do not even remember how good it was then. Yours looks succulent and thanks for reminding me of the same!

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  15. Happy new year Priya. The jamuns look so soft and tempting

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  16. Tamil Puthandu Vazhthukkal Priya...
    Jamun looks really tempting...and wish to have the bowl of jamuns...

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  17. Happy Tamil New Year to you, Priya! Tempting & delicious bread jamuns! You really made my mouth water :)

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  18. Mouthwatering Priya..That too with bread is unique and they look so perfect n delicious!!

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  19. Happy New Year Priya, the jamuns look too good dear, never tried with bread, this is on my list..

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  20. Thank you priya, I almost forgot this recipe that my friend Nisha's mom used to make for us in college. I have not learnt how to make this. Will give it a try soon.

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  21. Delicious looking bread jamuns, looks so inviting.

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  22. That’s cool, super easy gulab jamuns and looks so good.

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  23. I have never tried Gulab Jamuns before. I love how you turned the soaked bread into such pretty balls.

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  24. PERFECT ! So soft and yummy looking jamuns..Can't resist..Happy New year to you as well Priya.

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  25. They look delicious. Does the bread absorb more oil than the normal type of gulab jamun?

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  26. Happy new year.. very innovative idea.. will try this and let u know.. very tempting

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  27. Hey Priya Happy New Year to you and your family, jamuns look superb, mouth watering , yummy !!!

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  28. I want to try it soon...luks soft and light..

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  29. I have never done this, your picture tempts a lot. Happy new year

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  30. Happy Tamil New year!!
    This is a super innovative idea!!! I always worry abt going out of gulab jamun packets. But now I need not worry any more.... I know the trick to make readymade ones!!!
    Thanks for sharing!

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  31. Wish you and family a very happy and prosperous New Year dear..drooling here,so tempting

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  32. Wow delicious..can just imagine the taste..yummy.
    maha

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  33. yummy gulab jamun, can't believe its with bread..looks delicious

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  34. whatever comes theres is nothing to beat gulab jamuns n this is so gorgeous n yummo!!!

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  35. wow that's a super short cut to gulab jamuns! I really like the idea.. Thanks for sharing!

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  36. Have been wanting to try these for ages now. Thanks.

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  37. They look great, can't believe its just bread! Awesome recipe!

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  38. Bread gulab jamuns is such a unique and out-of-the-box idea. Brilliant!

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  39. Perfectly done Priya. Looks fantastic. A very Happy New Year to you and your family.

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  40. Wow lovely soft looking jamuns so tempting.

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  41. Super Soft n Delicious jamuns, Easy to make!!!!

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  42. Happy New Year to u and ur family. The jamun looks perfect juicy!

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  43. What a twist in making gulab jamuns with bread, i love its fluffiness and the glaze out of sugar syrup. Simply brilliant.

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  44. That's really one fabulous dish priya..will surely be worth trying!

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  45. Hey Priya, I simply LOVE your recipes. They come out so well! Irresistible, easy to make recipe!

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  46. Oh wow!! Seeing this first time. Gulab jamuns made with bread - interesting!

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  47. First time visiting your site...
    your jamuns looks yummy and tempting..
    following you on google+
    big fan of bread jamuns..my mom do this for me once in a while...
    http://foody-buddy.blogspot.com

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