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Satvam Gulab Jamun Instant Mix

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Ingredients : Skimmed milk powder, refined wheat flour, Semolina, Hydrogenated vegetable fat, raising Agent (E500(ii)), Acidity regulator (E 330)

Pack: Pouch

Availability: In stock

INR 80.00

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  • Gulab Jamun Recipe: Add 100-120 ml of milk to Satvam Gulab Jamun mix and make a dough. Let the dough rest for 5 mins. Ghee your palms and roll the dough until it is soft. Make 40 round shaped Jamuns from the dough.
  • Heat ghee in a vessel (Kadai). Initially to check the correct frying temperature, put one Jamun in ghee. If the Jamun comes up slowly in ghee, add all the Jamuns. (If the Jamun comes up immediately, let the ghee cool down a bit).
  • Fry till light brown on a slow flame. Soak the Jamuns in a vessel containing sugar syrup for 30 mins.
  • Preparation of Sugar Syrup: Add 720 gms of sugar to 720 ml of water and heat. Stir till the sugar is completely dissolved and let it boil for 5 mins.
  • To make the Gulab Jamun tastier add cardamom powder and saffron to the sugar syrup.

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Gulab Jamun is one of the most popular Indian sweets which are now slowly getting popular throughout the world. It is a milk-solids based preparation which is mixed with flour and is then deep fried in the shape of small balls. These fried nuggets are then soaked in sweet syrup (sometimes cardamom or rose flavored).


Gulab Jamun is frequently consumed in festivals, marriages, and celebrations. Gulab Jamun is a little complicated to prepare but with Satvam Gulab Jamun Instant Mix, you can now prepare Gulab Jamun with so much ease.


Gulab Jamun is served hot or cold along with dry fruits garnishing. There are several variants of Gulab Jamun available in India as the recipe is altered as per people’s cultural inclination. One variant is called ‘Kala Jam’, the other is called ‘Jhurre Ka Rasgulla’, and in one variation the Gulab Jamun are mixed with a tomato based curry to make ‘Gulab Jamun ki Sabji’.

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