Popular Dessert in Indian

Gulab Jamun

Gulab Jamun is an indispensable component of India's culinary tradition and is a must-have for any Indian festivity.

Every celebration, from birthdays to weddings, revolves around this dish.

This delicious dessert is not just loved in India but also overseas, especially in countries like Nepal, Myanmar, Pakistan, Bangladesh and even Mauritius.

Milk solids are used to make the dessert gulab jamun, which is then formed into balls, deep-fried in ghee, and served.

The balls are then submerged in a sweet, syrupy liquid that has saffron, green cardamom, and rose water as flavors. To enhance the flavors of gulab jamun when it is served, dried nuts are frequently decorated.

The word "Gulab" is derived from the Persian words "gol" and "ab," which signified flowers and water, respectively, and referred to syrup flavored with rose water. 

The Hindi-Urdu word for the common Indian fruit Black Plum, which is nearly identical in size and shape, is "Jamun." So, this is how the name of your loving dish came to be.

Try the hot gulab jamun in the winter; it is delicious.

In the summer, you can also try Gulab Jamun with kulfi.