How to Make Perfect Jalebi

Jalebi. Fill the jalebi batter in a muslin cloth and pierce a small hole in the cloth. Squeeze the muslin cloth to make concentric circles. Move from inside to outside to make perfect circles.

Jalebi It is made by deep-frying maida flour (plain flour or all-purpose flour) batter in pretzel or circular shapes, which are then soaked in sugar syrup. This dessert can be served warm or cold. Learn how to make Jalebi that are crispy, juicy & delicious. You can cook Jalebi using 6 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you achieve it.

Ingredients of Jalebi

  1. It’s 1 cup of Flour.
  2. It’s of Yoghurt 3 tb spoon.
  3. You need of Meetha soda 2pinc.
  4. It’s of For sugar syrup.
  5. It’s 2 cups of Sugar.
  6. It’s 1/2 cup of Water.

Jalebi is one of the most popular desserts from Indian subcontinent. Similar to Gulab jamun, jalebi too makes its appearance during weddings, celebrations & festivals. Homemade jalebi is a crispy, deep-fried treat that's beloved across India, and boasts a delicious flavor, thanks to a dip in a fragrant saffron and cardamom syrup. Other than a deliciously decadent dessert, it is a technology company that is working really hard with folks in the food industry to understand and solve a fundamental problem that starts in the kitchen and ends on a plate – operational efficacy and profitability with easy streamlined intervention by technology.

Jalebi step by step

  1. First of all take a bowl and add flour yoghurt and soda and make and thick batter.and rest for half an hour.. Jalebi
  2. After half an hour we make sugar syrup.. Jalebi
  3. Take a pan and add 2cups of ghee and heat on low flame. Jalebi
  4. Take a ketchup bottle for make jalebi.
  5. Make jalebi like this.
  6. When colour is light brown jalebi add in sugar syrup…and immediately take out from sugar syrup…otherwise it will turn soggy.
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Jalebi making is an art and the reward you get at the end of it is sweet – quite literally! The crisp sugary spirals taste brilliant served piping hot along with chilled rabdi. Traditionally a muslin cloth with a hole in it is used to make the spirals in hot oil, but using a squeezy bottle makes it much simpler. Jalebis are small, bright yellow, web-shaped cakes similar to funnel cakes. They are popular celebration and street cakes in Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan, and India.