Sunday, March 2, 2014

Rose Malai Jamun - A Virtual Birthday Treat To Priya Ranjit

Today is a celebration day for me, yes am celebrating my sister's birthday virtually. She is none other than my sweet sister Priya Ranjit, who blogs at Cook Like Priya. She is not only a blogger, a fantastic friend, a down to earth person, a jovial darling who never fail to make you laugh with her instant jokes.We, a bunch of my co-bloggers aka friends joined our hands together to celebrate her birthday virtually. Eventhough we live in different countries,the distance between us may separate us but the love we have for each other is just growing day by day. The Theme for this virtual birthday treat is rose colour dishes. Immediately i thought of making beets kheer,rose milk and list goes on. But finally i went for making an interesting fusion dessert with gulab jamun,malai and Rooh Afza , sounds quite innovative na. Roof Afza is a non alcoholic concentrated squash sold commercially as a syrup to flavor sherbets,cold milk drinks,icecream and many more cold desserts.

Trust me,this rose malai jamun was a big hit at home and we couldnt stop ourself having this juicy,spongy,very delicious rose malai jamun. If you want to make a different sweet for a celebration, i'll definitely advice you to give a trial to this incredible sweet. In case if you dont like rose flavour, just skip the addition of roof afza syrup and just enjoy this sweet as Malai jamun.

Sis...

I dont talk to you everyday, but you are in my heart everyday. A sister can be a good friend and you are. You are the best, most wonderful,lovingest sister in the world. Happy birthday to my wonderful sister, enjoy your birthday and make more memories.


1/2pack Storebought jamun mix

Make the jamuns as per instruction given in the pack. Make a sugar syrup, add the cardamom powder.

Once fried,drop the jamuns to the sugar syrup and keep aside.

For Malai:
1/4cup Sweetened Condensed milk
1cup Whole milk
2tbsp Sugar
1/2cup Unsweetened condensed milk
Few saffron strands
Roof Afza syrup syrup (as per need)
Rose essence (few drops)
Chopped Nuts for garnishing



Mix the milk,sweetened condensed milk, unsweetened condensed milk,sugar,saffron strands together in a heavy bottomed pan.

Bring it to boil,stir continously.

Cook in simmer for few minutes until the milk turns bit thick.

Put off the stove and let it cool completely.

Finally add the rose essence, roof afza syrup to the milk, mix well.

Now remove the jamuns from the syrup.

Drop the jamuns to the already prepared rose malai and keep in fridge.

Serve chilled, topped with nuts.

17 comments:

Vijayalakshmi Dharmaraj said... Reply To This Comment

OMG... irresistible and drooling here aks... Perfect treat for doll and sure she ll love the pink pool... :)

Sadaf Afshan said... Reply To This Comment

Lovely twist to the ever popular gulab jamuns. Happy Birthday to your sis.

Sireesha Puppala said... Reply To This Comment

Wow excellent post...kudos to u akka
Happy birthday to u priya dear

Magees kitchen said... Reply To This Comment

Wow Yummy, great twist to jamuns...Happy birthday to Priya...

Priya Ranjit said... Reply To This Comment

Wow awesome dessert by my super chef elder sis :-) mind blowing theme and what a unique dessert. Food makes me happy and u just know how to make me happy aks . thank u so so much u all are the best. Feeling terribly best to have such loving caring and honest friends and sisters. Hugs and kisses...

prethika skm said... Reply To This Comment

Excellent post priya akka...Rose malai jamun,the name itself sounds inviting....yummy jamuns served for Priya Ranjith Bday is a wow

suhaina aji said... Reply To This Comment

looks so tempting and its so sweet of u to prepare it for ur sister..
wonderful clicks as well dear

Anu Anand said... Reply To This Comment

Nice post. Lovely jamoons

Kalpana Sareesh said... Reply To This Comment

tis s jus awesome..

nandoos Kitchen said... Reply To This Comment

Mouthwatering jamuns. Looks yumm..

easyfoodsmith said... Reply To This Comment

You are such a sweet person. Your sister sounds amazing. You both are lucky to have each other :D
That rose malai jamun sounds like a delicious and wonderful way to celebrate her birthday.
Wishes to her and God bless.

Angie Schneider said... Reply To This Comment

Happy Birthday, Priya.
An exotic and delicious dessert!

fimère .b said... Reply To This Comment

il a l'air délicieux bravo
bonne soirée

Veena Theagarajan said... Reply To This Comment

So tasty looking Jamun.. Perfect treat for Priya

Ramya Krishnamurthy said... Reply To This Comment

Yummy treat and am drooling here dear.super duper treat akka

Rafeeda AR said... Reply To This Comment

this looks really so delicious akka... rose flavored malai, wow!!! priya is lucky to get such a lovely and warm response from the bloggyworld... absolutely lovely treat...

Priya Anandakumar said... Reply To This Comment

they look so delicious and divine, perfect b'day treat for Priya...