Jalebi

Whish u a happy and prosperous Diwali!.



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For every Diwali I used to try some new sweet. This time it is jalebi, I had many recipes for making jalebi from net, books and from our blogger friends. For so many days I was in puzzlement on selecting the recipe. Then finally I ended up in Asha’s jalebi recipe. It came out good. We loved it a lot. Thanks Asha……

I have used piping bag with small round hole tip to squeeze the jalebies out. I think an empty ketchup bottle can also be used, I use them for making funnel cakes.

There are many traditional ways to make jalebies, but this is one of the short cut methods to do one. These jalebies can be served warm. Warm jalebies are crispy than the normal ones.




Ingredients :



All purpose flour – 1 cup’
Yogurt – 1 tablespoon
Baking Powder – 1/8 teaspoon
Salt – ¼ teaspoon
Powder Sugar – 1 tablespoon
Yellow Food color – 1 pinch

For Sugar Syrup:

Sugar – 1 cup
Water – 2 cups
Cardamom Powder – ½ teaspoon
Saffron Strand – 1 pinch
Yellow Food color – 1 pinch





Procedure :


Mix all the ingredients for the jalebies and make a thick batter. The batter should be very thick. If the batter is thin the jalebies will be flat. Let the batter rest for 10 to 20 minutes.

Heat oil for deep frying. Fill the pipping bag or any other bottle with batter and hold it tight. Then make swirls like jalebies on the heated oil. Turn it over and fry till the bubble sounds is almost finished. Do not fry the jalebies for too long.

In the meanwhile make a medium thick sugar syrup with the above sugar syrup ingredient. It should be before 1 string consistency.

Remove the jalebies from the hot oil and drain them for a while and soak them in the sugar syrup when the jalebies are still hot. Soak them for 10 minutes and remove from syrup and serve them hot

37 comments:

  1. Jalebi is gorgeous. Happy deepavali to you and your family

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  2. Woww! Yummy! Wish you Happy Deepawali to you too.

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  3. wow jelabi looks awesome Sukanya.. Its very inviting... wish i could take a bite of it...
    Wish U a very Happy Diwali!!!!

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  4. mouth watering jilabies. want to take it imdtly. Happy Diwali dear.

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  5. Those jilabis would just melt in my mouth..looks awesome! Wish you a very Happy Diwali!

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  6. Delicious Jalebis Sukanya..Happy Diwali..

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  7. Yummm Mouthwatering Jalebi. Rembering me the days in Delhi i used to get in hot hot from shops. Good Job happy diwali

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  8. Happy Deepavali, Sukanya.
    Those jalebis look good.

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  9. wow so beautiful.....Happy Diwali to you too.

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  10. WISHING YOU AND YOUR FAMILY A VERY HAPPY & PROSPEROUS DIWALI......

    Jalebi looks scrumptious...

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  11. Lovely looking jalebis.

    Happy Diwali to you too! :)

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  12. The jalebis look so amazing... Happy Diwali Sukanya.

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  13. wow wow Jalebi looks crisp and yum. Sukanya, Happy Deepavali to you and your family

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  14. Wish you and your family a very Happy Deepavali. Those jalebis looks great...

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  15. Wishing u and ur family Happy Diwali...

    Jalebis looks simply irresistible...

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  16. Hi,thanks a lot for ur wishes....wishing u n ur family happy diwali...
    jalebi looks yummy its my favourti

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  17. Happy Diwali, Jalebis with saffron strands is the most liked sweet and they are looking awesome...

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  18. I got my jhangiri perfect after so many times..Came out perfect at the first attempt Sukanya..Happy Diwali

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  19. WOw beautiful jalebis...looks fabulous...tempting one..Happy Diwali to u n ur family...

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  20. Wow! I never attempted to make Jalebis at home. You have now encouraged me to make some myself. Thanks for that, will definitely try them out.

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  21. Thanks sukanya for sharing this recipe....am going to try this one tomorrow......
    Happy diwali to u.......

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  22. Divya Vikram27/10/08

    They look just awesome..Am drooling..Happy Diwali!

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  23. Wish you and your dear ones a very Happy and safe Deepavali!

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  24. Jilebi looks perfect Sukanya! I want to try this one for sure.. one of my favorite sweets, but never tried it yet.. Great Recipe, Sukanya!

    A Very Happy Diwali to you and your family!

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  25. Have a wonderful Diwali Sukanya!
    Jalebi YUM YUM!

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  26. Happy Deepavali Sukanya to U an ur Family !!
    Nice treat on festival of light !!

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  27. My brother's favorite!! Wish you a very happy Deepavali, dear Sukanya! :)

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  28. Happy Diwali.Beautiful jalebis.....

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  29. Jalebis look so delicious Sukanya! Happy Diwali to you too.

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  30. It looks really yummy. I made jelebi once and it tasted divine when it was hot. Love this sweet. Happy Deepavali dear to you and your family

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  31. Happy Diwali Sukanya!

    Collect your Diwali Treat at http://ramya65.blogspot.com/2008/10/chocoholic-award.html

    Have a Blast!

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  32. Delicious! Hope you had a wonderful Diwali!

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  33. Yummy Treats,I love this jalebis.But my piping work is very bad.This looks gorgeous.

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  34. wow jelebi looks perfect.will try soon.

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  35. I Have been thinking of making jelebis for a while.....my husband loves them lke crazy....i thought they were made from urad dal....urs look absolutely great...wud try it soon..:)..feel like having some now...
    take care

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  36. jalebi [when ever its my mind ] eat half KG and go for sleep.

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