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Thursday, 23 January 2014

Enjoying the Taste of Delicious Sweet Jalebi

Written by: Sandeep Sinha - Scientific Poet of the 21st Century

The sweets of Indian are delicious, sugary, and complete the traditional meal at lunch or dinner. Some sweets like Kulfi, Rasgulla, and Rajbhog are served cold while some sweets like Jalebi and Gulab Jamun taste awesome when served hot. Jalebi is a sweet of the masses and is popular in Indian marriages.

This great Indian Jalebi is made round in shape with 4 to 5 concentric circles of white flour paste fried in butter oil. After deep frying, a bunch of these is dipped in hot sugar syrup and allowed to remain in the syrup for about 5 minutes so that sugar syrup penetrates into the fried bunch. So the crispy Jalebis are ready to be served and eaten hot.

Although Jalebis can be enjoyed after the meals, they form a good combination with Indian Samosas at tea time. Since the Samosa are crispy-salty-stuffed potato-fried snacks, the taste of Jalebi becomes appreciable after taking the Samosas.

You may store the Jalebis in your refrigerator for future consumption, but the crispiness of the Jalebis would be lost if kept inside the refrigerator. Since microwaving Jalebis would make them soft, it is advisable to eat them fresh and hot, which would let you enjoy the crispy, sugary bite of Jalebis.

Have a good time!

With love from Travel Funky


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