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Wheat Bread Jamun - Raksha Bandhan Wishes

                                       " Wish you a happy Raksha Bandhan Brother "

Siblings Fight, argue, complain to mom.... never ending crazy moments in most of our lives ... those funny and memorable childhood days. And we fought too... everytime our fight started like an India n Pakistan war and ended with 'not talking to each other' but it does not get prolonged, and it takes just a few minutes to start some conversation n crack stupid jokes as if nothing actually happened....Well - apparently the both of us starting expressing our love only when we did part and that too after my wedding....sibling bond becomes very close, affectionate n grows mature ..
Prepared this sweet today for my bro... Virtually enjoi this sweet da and " Happy Raksha Bandhan " my dear Bro'...(Where's my gift???? Am waitin....!!!!)




Ingredients :

1 cup Milk
11 Wheat Bread slices
1 Cup Sugar
1 Cup water
2 Elachi, Crushed
Pinch of Saffron
3 Almonds, Grated for Garnishing

Method :

Dip bread slice in a milk, soak for few seconds and squeeze it. Keep seperately.
Repeat the same for remaining slices.
Prepare a soft dough using squeezed bread slices.
Make small balls or flat shape with the dough. ( I have prepared flat shaped jamun's )
Deep fry them in a oil ( medium flame ).
Meanwhile add sugar and water in a bowl and boil it, until it gets one string consistancy.
Remove from flame, add crushed elachi and saffron.
Add all the fried jamuns and let it soak for an hour.
Serve chill with icecream and nuts.


Linking this recipe with Jagruti's " Rakhi The Thread of Love Event "



Comments

  1. Hi Priya,

    Jamun Looks AAawesome !!

    Perfect presentation:)

    Keep on Dear...

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  2. Bread jamun looks awesome,quick recipe,thanks for sharing.

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  3. Wow yummy preparation perfect for a Rakhi :) Me and my bro fight just like what you've said but am really happy to have him as my bro!! Cheers Priya :)
    ~Today's Recipe~Rava Kesari / Sooji Kesari / Indian Semolina Dessert
    You Too Can Cook Indian Food Recipes

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    1. Thanks Divya...Yes,thats a lovely relationship :)

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  4. happy raksha bandhan :) its true that fight between brother and sister never ends.. bread jamuns are looking awesome..

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  5. interesting jamun.....looks delicious....will try this :)

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    1. Thanks alot kavitha...Hope u will enjoi:)

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  6. Love the jamuns.. Will definitely try this version.

    Divya's Culinary Journey

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  7. This looks yummy and the preparation is easier than the Jamun mix,as we have to be careful while preparing the dough. Thank you for sharing this. We can even add unsweetened khoa to the soaked bread as this enhances the taste of the Jamun..What do you think Priya?

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    1. Thank you so much for ur valuable comments...Tats a great idea..defntly taste will be yummy...will try it for sure..Thanks alot:)

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  8. This is not only yummy but so innovative. its a version that I must try.. loved it!

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  9. Yummy jamuns..love the idea of using bread

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  10. Priya, I hope you had a lovely gift from your brother..if I was your brother you will get one beautiful sari from me, just like these awesome and delicious jamun. My fav dish and bro's too actually my sister's too :-)

    Thank you for sending it to Rakhi event.

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  11. never tried this. good recipe, looks delicious

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