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Feb 2, 2012

Bread Jamuns / Instant Bread Jamuns – Valentine Recipes / Quick Dessert Ideas


Yesterday my long term wish came true..I always wanted to have a  own domain name for my blog and finally I received it..I am really really excited about this..So to celebrate this special occasion I am delivering you this awesome recipe. The cool thing is, it is really hard to find difference between this and the normal jamuns..I made this couple of weeks back and my little sister had this and she liked it so much, actually she couldn’t find any difference between this and those normal jamuns. I have a recipe of Khoya Jamuns in my blog, you can check it here..



If you have a horrible sweet craving and need something sweet instantly you can whip up this goodness..It is so simple to make and ofcourse no hard to eat..This is made with bread, you can use up any leftover bread slices to make this yummy jamuns…You can make this for parties or for kids, this hardly take us anytime to make but the result is pretty impressive..

I hope you all love it and let me know what you think..

Ingrediants:

Bread - 6 slices
Milk - 1 cup
Sugar - 1 cup
Cardamom  / Yelakai- 4
Water - 1/2 cup

Method:

Cut off the rims of the bread pieces and dip them in milk. Squeeze off the excess and put it in a blender.

Pulse it for few times so that it is lump free. Now make small balls out of it and fry them in hot oil in a low flame..

Fry till golden, don't fry it so much or else it wont absorb the syrup. Remove this to a paper towel..

Make sugar syrup by taking sugar, cardamom and water in a sauec pan and bring it to boil.

Boil it for 5 mins untill it reaches sticky stage..Take a spoonful of syrup and put it over a plate, once it is cooled rub it with your fingers it should feel slightly sticky.

Now pour the  hot syrup over the fried jamuns and cover it with a plate or plastic wrap. Let it rest for atleast 3-4 hours before serving.

Serve with icecream or on its own

Pictorial:
Take all your ingrediants
take your bread slices
cut off the rims
take milk in a shallow bowl
dip the bread slices in milk
squeeze off the excess
put it in a blender
and pulse it for few seconds
tip the crumbs to a plate
make small balls out it
heat oil
drop the jamuns in oil
fry in a slow flame
fry ..
fry..
it has got light golden
now it is a little darker
this is what you are looking for
transfer to a plate
now make sugar syrup
add cardamom
and water
bring it to a boil
till it reaches sticky stage
keep the syrup in a low flame
tranfer the jamuns to a shallow bowl..
pour over the syrup
and mix well
cover and let it rest for 2 hours
Now this has absorbed all syrup..
Serve
YUMMY RIGHT

110 comments:

  1. yummy jamuns...........BTW congrats dear

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  2. wow..this is so yummy and quick..quick dessert when some surprise guest comes

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  3. They look, really, really, yummy
    Kisses

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  4. am drooling over here...super tempting dessert!!

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  5. Never tried this before..looks superb,drool.

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  6. aha bread jamun. looking at pics its hard to believe they are made of bread..for me the sugar syrup always causes problems as i can never get it right sticky.. i would like to try this.. and once again congrats for your new domain

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  7. Aarthi, congrats first of all for moving to ur own domain! Keep rocking as now for ever! jamuns are great start, looks delicious!Happy for you :)

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  8. Congrats dear!!! May you achieve many more milestones.
    Yummy jamuns. My tummy is wishing they were in there though.:)

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  9. Congrats on turning to own domain...Sweet luks so yummy..

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  10. My boys will love these, they look so tempting! Thanks for sharing and for steps by steps instructions. Have a great day!
    Cheers

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  11. Congrats on your own domain Aarthi. Loved your concept of using bread for gulab jamoon. Would love it if you can link it up to my event.
    @ http://sumeesculinary.blogspot.com/2012/01/announcing-bon-vivant-moments-1-sweet.html

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  12. Oh my gosh, these look sinful. I totally want a few!

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  13. jamuns looks just awesome..no words to say..here mouth watering..send a bowl aarthi.plz aa ?!!!!hehehe

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  14. oh wow..thats wondorous ..isn't it :) I am definately going to try this :)

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  15. Jamuns look delicious dear, never made it with bread..

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  16. Delicious prepared jamuns.

    Taste as you Cook

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  17. Seriously...can't make out the difference by looking at them...so perfect they look!
    I'm tempted to try them soon, very soon. :)

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  18. Delicious jamuns Arthi,really yummy recipe...

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  19. Congrats on ur new domain..Jamuns looks so yumm n very innovative recipe,i can't wait to try it...

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  20. Superb looking and wonderful pictorial illustration.

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  21. Aarthi, I've never had the pleasure of trying Jamuns, and I'm so excited to be learning about them. They sound incredible! I'm looking forward to trying them with my girls!

    Jenn

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  22. Congratulations Aarthi!Nothing like having a place just for yourself - hope you've already flown off to start decking it up:) These Jamuns look awesome and I found it so hard to believe that these are made of bread!Wonderful recipe dear!

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  23. Congrats on your own domain and the jamoons look so delicious..,

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  24. Looks so nice and delicious arthi. I have never tried with bread. Thanks for sharing

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  25. Perfect for valentines day! Enjoy!

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  26. looks yummy .....nice presentation.........

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  27. Nice idea...bread jamuns looks do yummy n tempting !!

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  28. Instant gulab jaumun looks delicious.

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  29. excellent idea...so easy and delicious jamuns..

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  30. Hi Aarthi, Congrats for your new website !!! God bless you and all the best! Lovely post! Gonna to try it soon!

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  31. wow, aarthi, you make it look so simple. Love this method. Got to give it a try :)

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  32. So perfectly beautiful! And yummy dipped in the cardamom syrup~

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  33. PS...congrats on your new domain!!!!

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  34. bread jamun looks fabulous..super tempting clicks.loved it!!

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  35. Looks super delicious Arthi. Bookmarked. Congrats on your new domain

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  36. My son loves jamuns...Thanks for this quick recipe!

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  37. My son loves jamuns. Thanks for this quick recipe!

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  38. My son loves jamuns. Thanks for this quick recipe!

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  39. Jamuns with bread looks so yummyyyy

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  40. Delicious and inviting gulab jamuns. Wonderfully prepared.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  41. very yummy...
    easy too...
    Congrats on the new home!

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  42. Looks very tempting ...............will try it ............thank u for the recipe

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  43. You have tempted me so much with this pictures,wish I could have that bowl full of jamuns.

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  44. Great to see jamoons, by seeing the name I thought you have added bread also in jamoon. :( but this idea is superb.

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  45. once i tried this jamuns..my kid like it very much...urs looks perfect and delicious!

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  46. hey aarthi.... i like this dish very much....

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  47. Congratulations!
    They look so delicious!

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  48. Nice colour! Perfect for the coming V-Day!

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  49. Wow...mouthwatering dessert over there. Bread jamun so new to me...yummmmm ;)

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  50. Jamuns looks marvellous and super tempting.

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  51. Picture perfect; congratulations!
    Rita

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  52. Your bread jamuns are so tempting that I have grabbed from screen you know Aarthi..Yum!

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  53. Congratulations on getting your own domain :) and these jamuns do look yummy; quick and easy for kids too!

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  54. Wow they are like mini donuts made from bread! What a simple idea but genius. Yum!

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  55. wow! love this step wise recipe, gonna try it out

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  56. amazing recipe .yummy as the name of ur blog

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  57. Excellent color ..Nicely done for sure..thanks 4 the recipe,Aarthi..
    Happy Blogging with ur new domain ..

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  58. osume n delicious

    visit @my blog
    http://preeti-kitchen.blogspot.in/

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  59. osume n delicious

    visit @my blog
    http://preeti-kitchen.blogspot.in/

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  60. Hi Aarthi,

    very delicious and u made it so simple this receipe.
    Though I dont understand ,the term ,,pulse it for few time,,
    What do u mean by that?
    can u clear this?
    thank you.

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  61. @AnonymousPulse it for a few times means..You should add the bread into the blender or food processor and click the button for few times.so that any lumps from the bread will break down.

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  62. Hi when I tried the outer part was hard n only inner part absorbed syrup..y is that???

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  63. @AnonymousYou must have fried it for a long time so that it must have turned hard.

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  64. @Aarthi

    It was same for me, but it tasted awesome the next day, got well soaked.

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  65. Thank u for the recipe, it was real quick and easy. The Jamuns turned out well and no one could tell the difference just as you said.

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  66. Hi..can I try tis with wheat bread...

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  67. They look so good!!! I'm trying to make them but something went wrong, I got a kind of soft paste out of the blender and impossible to roll them..will give another try without using the blender..thx again:)Sun

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  68. They look really amazing and so delicious!! I'm trying to make them but something has gone wrong because I got a kind of soft paste out of the blender..impossible to roll them..will give another try and will skip the blender step..cheers!

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  69. @Samuel WisemI think u didn't squeeze the bread properly. You can add some bread into that mixture and mix them well. So the bread absorbs the excess moisture.

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  70. Such an awesome recipe Aarthi! Im surely going to give it a try ��

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  71. Great innovation. Congrats aarthi...

    From where u get such ideas?

    Brainy.. clap clap clap

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  72. Thank you so much for sharing your amazing talent. I have tried some of your recipes and they have turned out just as you say.

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  73. Hi yummy jamuns my favourite. Wil I get smooth ball texture by itself. Thanx for sharing yummy recipes always nd this is must try...

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  74. Never thought about making jamun's with bread....Thanks for the wonderful and easy recipe....

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  75. Tried these today with just two slices . And my family immediately finished it off. No one found it was made with bread unless I told them. Linked the page to my friend as well. Thanks for the easy and quick recipe ..

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  76. Hui Aarthi.. I tried ur this bread gulab jamun recipe.. Its gud n simple.. BT only problem I ever face during cooking is it seems uncooked from inside center.. Outer core is crispy or soft n nice.. BT inner not gud.. Plz clear my doubt yaar

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  77. @AnonymousYou must have over fried it..just fry on medium low heat till it is coloured, this way it will absorb better

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  78. i tried it but i forgot to squeeze off the extra and then i put some(a lot) maida!!! i knew from that point that it won't come out good..also my syrup hardens when i leave it for some time!!all in all bad experience all my mistake..pls tell me what to do in such situation..syrup won't soak and it was all hard from inside..maida was the problem i know

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  79. Hii ya tried on low flame once too till it become brown from outside.. And also Tried wid making very small size balls BT still found uncooked from inside.. Outside colour is gud.. Not only dis but many times I cook other sweets also like gujiya etc dey also I find maida uncooked from inside nd center when I cut or during eating.. Wat to do. . plz suggest wat to do..

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  80. Hi aarthi... I tried this yesterday... I thought let it soak well and when I took it this morning the jamuns had got stuck to the borosil... I was shocked... I did not wrap it as you did... I closed it with a plate.. Not air tight... Was that the mistake??? Or the consistency of my sugar syrup was wrong???? Pls help... I'm planning to do it again today

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  81. @SumiIt is because of the syrup, you have over cooked it so it has got thick..So it made the jamun stick

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  82. I tried but these were so hard in consistency

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  83. @AnonymousYou have over fried it, that is the problem

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  84. Madm kya aap only simple gulabjamun ki receipe post kr skte h plz plzz....

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  85. Hello, am an amateur in cooking but after i got married i was put up in a situation to cook. Am proud to say that i started suggesting ideas to cook and the credit goes completely to u and ur recipes. Your recipes r so easy to make and tasty to eat. Thanks.....

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  86. rubeebala09@hotmail.comAugust 20, 2015 at 1:28 PM

    congratulations..... N I jus tried it... ma son loved it..thanks

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  87. rubeebala09@hotmail.comAugust 20, 2015 at 1:28 PM

    congratulations..... N I jus tried it... ma son loved it..thanks

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  88. i tried this recipe but the balls were too hard and it did not absorb sugar syrup at all.
    y so?

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  89. @sonaliyou have over fried it, so the outer has become too hard..just boil the jamuns in the syrup a little so it absorbs

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  90. i tried it but got no response even after 12 hours it was hard

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  91. @sonaliput the pan on heat and boil for few minutes and leave it to soak it for two hours

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  92. i tried but after putting it in suger syrup it shrikned like a broken foot ball .... and vr hard also from out side what went wrong-
    ??????

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  93. awesome i want to try thanks for this recipe


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  94. very easy simple and quick recipe.

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