Jalebi by Jyoti Singh

Mouthwatering Monday – Jalebi

Yumm Jalebi.

My childhood was full of Jalebi vali memory, as it was the sweet that every member of our family can agree on. Actually I was the only one who was a picky eater 😛

Seeing a Halwai (sweets maker) creating those round and overlapping circles in hot oil and then rushing to eat that hot juicy Jalebi, that was my favorite part.

So, this Diwali I thought of making Jalebi. It was my first time. So after much practice finally I got a batch that looked like this. 😎 Turned out pretty good, right?

Jalebi by Jyoti Singh
Jalebi

Ingredients for Jalebi –

Ingredients for Jalebi Syrup –

  • 1 Cup Sugar
  • 1.5 Cup Water

 

Method for Syrup

  • Boil sugar with water on medium heat for 15-17 minutes.
  • Check for one thread consistency.
  • Remove from heat and cool for a bit.

Method for Jalebi

  • Mix all the dry ingredients in a mixing bowl.
  • Add yogurt and mix well.
  • Use water to achieve desired consistency.
  • Let it sit overnight, if possible. Otherwise you can use this recipe to make instant Jalebi too.
  • Pour batter into a ketchup bottle or some squeezable bottle with a nozzle.
  • Heat oil in a deep fry pan and start piping the batter in concentric but connected circle.
  • Turn and fry well Jalebi till they are crispy.
  • Put them in Sugar syrup for 1-2 minutes and then Serve.

Jalebi is served hot. But cold ones are delicious too. I love the combination of hot Jalebi with cool vanilla Ice cream. Weird, right? :O

Jalebi by Jyoti Singh
Jalebi

Enjoy!!!

P.S. My cooking is experimental. You will find many similar and different recipes, but the idea is to explore your food and do experiments with it. Enjoy Cooking Experiments and Experiences 🙂

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2 thoughts on “Mouthwatering Monday – Jalebi”

  1. congrats!! you made it well even though it’s your first time! I have been waiting to do jelabi because i only thought they do it with a holed cloth. but now i’ll try with your idea of some squeeze bottle . Thanks for sharing!!

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