Friday, January 8, 2010

Bread Gulab Jamun

Bread Gulab Jamun, may sound new to few. When you run out of gulab jamun mix and have no time to go to a shop before your guests arrive and you have bread with you then here you are..this bread jamun can be made very easily and also this tastes very rich. This is not necessary that you should use fresh bread. You can use the leftover dried bread too.


1. Bread - 4 slices
2. Milk - 3 tbs
3. Sugar - 1/2 Cup
4. Water - 1 Cup
5. Cardamom - 4
6. Oil/Ghee - To fry


1. Cut the brown part in the breads and then add milk. Make them in to a soft chappathi dough consistency and make small balls.(Adjust milk according to the number of breads)
2. Add sugar and cardamom to water. Boil and make a syrup. Keep aside.
3. Heat oil/ghee in a pan.
4. Add the bread balls and fry till they turn brown in medium heat.
5. Drop them in syrup and let it soak for atleast 30 minutes.

Who tried this recipe?
1. Sharanya


Hayley said...

Totally new dish i would say..thanks for sharing


Shanthi Krishnakumar said...

Nice try with bread. Do vist my blog when time permits.

Kiran said...

Nice and easy way to make jamoon.

sonu said...

wow !! such a lovely idea...they r looking so delicious...this isnow on my must try list :)

Unknown said...

Nithu, I hadn't seen this before. OMG, what a creativity, hats off to you :)

Anonymous said...

I tried it.really tasty
shilpa said...

yummy jamuns.i love sweets especially jamuns..vl try soon

Asha said...

Nice & easy to make!!

jayshree said...

Its very new and easy . Thanks to you and google

jayshree said...

Thanks to u for this lovely dish

Unknown said...

Totally amazing

Unknown said...

Very quick