Gulab Jamun with Milk Power | Toka Chef Recipe

posted by Preethi Chandrasekhar, September 07, 2017

Time just flies. Here we are in September already ready to celebrate Navratri and Golu. We, at Toka Box, are super excited about the festivals as well and can you guess what we are going to create this month with our Toka Box? It's our very own dandiya sticks. Yes, subscribe to our Toka Box this month and make your dandiya sticks and enjoy the garba season. I cannot think of a festival without making some sweets.

Let us celebrate this festive season of Navratri with this yummy Gulab Jamun made with milk powder.

Toka Yum Moment


I usually add Toka Yum moment towards the end of the post. But this time, I am adding it at the very beginning as the little one requested for this recipe. I bet most of the kids love these delicious sweet balls soaked in sugar syrup. The soft texture makes it perfect for your young toddlers as well. This recipe is not something new. You can find a zillion variations of the same on the internet. Today I am going to share my version and how I make it along with the kid, excluding the frying part. The base recipe is from here.

This simple Gulab Jamun teaches a lot of things. You can talk about the process of getting milk powder and the process of frying with your explorers and talk about shapes and have fun forming the balls with your juniors.

Frying


Last month we learned about the process of steaming and this month it's about frying. There are different types of frying like deep frying; shallow frying etc. Deep frying is a cooking method in which food is submerged in hot fat, most commonly oil. Deep frying is classified as a hot-fat cooking method. Typically, deep frying cooks foods quickly: all sides of food are cooked simultaneously as oil has a high rate of heat conduction. Safety is always first in the kitchen. We also need to know that cooking oil is flammable and also spilled hot cooking oil can cause severe burns. Utmost care should be taken when deep frying.
Some of the things that I usually follow are,



Milk Powder


To put in simple words, powdered milk or dried milk is made by evaporating milk to dryness. It has longer shelf life than the regular liquid milk.
I think I have written a lot. Without any further ado, here comes the recipe.

Gulab Jamun with Milk Powder

Ingredients

For the Syrup





For the Gulab Jamun





Steps































That's it. Yummy Gulab Jamuns are ready. Serve cold or warm.

Notes




Toka Yum Moment


This measure yields about 10 gulab jamuns and it all vanished within half-a-day. The kiddo was eating this as his main course meal. And that says it all. :-) Happy Navratri folks.



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