Whenever we talk about SWEETS… GULAB JAMUN is a must!!!
Gulab jamun stands out from other types of sweets. Gulab jamun, or sweet milk balls drenched in syrup, are one of the few sweets that can match the tooth-shockingly delicious sweetness.
Where is the origin of Gulab Jamun?
The simple response is that gulab jamun, which originated in the Middle East, swiftly gained enormous popularity on the Indian subcontinent. Gulab jamun is a treat that can be found in India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, and even Iran. Gulab jamun has also made its way to Malaysia, where a sizeable portion of the country’s population hails from!
How are Gulab Jamuns made?
Traditionally, buffalo milk is used to make milky sugar dough. Once rolled into balls, it is deep-fried. Afterward, these balls are submerged in a syrup produced from either sugar, honey, rosewater, or saffron.
What flavor does gulab jamun have?
Sweet is putting it mildly. Typically, you may buy gulab jamun from an Indian sweet shop. You can choose to chop and eat them or simply pop one whole into your mouth when they are served to you immediately in a small dish.
However, if you put one full one in your mouth and savour it down, a big eruption of sweet syrup will ensue. Depending on your level of sugar tolerance, it can either be a sweet lover’s dream or overpowering.
CRAVING FOR GULAB JAMUN RIGHT NOW?
No worries here are some places serving the best Gulab Jamuns.
Mithra Indian Kitchen
Patiala Punjabi Sweets Stall
Address: Jalan Scott, Brickfields, 50470 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 9 PM
Phone: 014-623 7490
Do you have any other sweet stalls recommendations that sell the sweetest Gulab Jamun? Let us know in the comments.
If you get a chance and want to taste one of the sweetest things on the planet, try Gulab Jamun.