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Tularam Gulab Jamun 1Kg

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  • Main Components Milk Solids, Sugar, Rose Water, Cardamom, Saffron Nuts (For Filling) There Are Two Propositions On The Origins Of Gulab Jamun. One Is That It Was Brought To India By Turkish Raiders And The Other Is That It Was Accidentally Made By The Particular Cook Of The Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan.
  • The Word Gulab Is A Combination Of Gul ( Flower) And Ab (Rose-Scented Saccharinity) And Jamun Is A Reference To The Size And Shape Of The Purplish Fruit Plant In India. No Matter The Origin Of This Humble Sweet, Gulab Jamun Is Veritably Popular Amongst Youthful And Old Likewise And Is Served During Carnivals And Generally, Any Festivity.
  • Milk Is Boiled On A Low Gas Till The Water In It Evaporates, Leaving Behind Milk Solids. After Cooling, The Milk Solids Are Sculptured Into A Dough With A Pinch Of Flour For Thickness And Shaped Into Small Elongated Pieces Or Round Balls And Deep-Fried Over Low Gas&Nbsp;Till They'Re Brown. These Are Also Soaked In Sugar Syrup, Rose Water, Cardamom, And Saffron. Gulab Jamun Is Frequently Stuffed With Nuts Or Other Stuffing.
  • Shelf Life: 6 Months
  • Quality: Pure Ghee Or Butter
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