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Monday, October 03, 2011

Mini Jangiri or Jalebi

The traditional Jangiri and Jalebi are made of Uraddal batter and refined flour batter respectively.Here, I tried a mini version of both with Uraddal flour mixed with refined flour.Mouth-watering Jangiri or mini jalebis can be tried at ur home easily.U can do 20-25 nos with this measurement.Here is that recipe.Enjoy cooking at home.Enjoy ur Teatime.BonAppetit!.

Mini Jangiri or Jalebi - Sweet made with uraddal and with juicy sugar syrup


Ingredients

1/4 cup plain Uraddal flour - ground with 3 tbsp uraddhal soaked for 40 mins without adding water in mixer-grinder
3/4 cup refined flour
2 tsp yoghurt
2 tbsp ghee
1/4 tsp salt

For the sugar syrup:

2 cups sugar
2 cups water
1 tsp vanilla essence
1/2 tsp orange colour
400ml refined oil with 1 tbsp ghee-for frying

Directions

1.Take a kadai,add 2 cups water.When it begins to boil add the sugar ,little by little, and dissolve stirring it 2.Prepare the sugar syrup with 2 cups water and 1 1/2 cup sugar(keeping the flame  low).
3.When it begins to thicken,add the yellow colour and the vanilla essence.Mix well for a min and Turn off the flame.
4.Now grind the uraddal in a mixer-grinder without adding water.
5.Take a bowl add refined flour,salt,yoghurt,needed water and the ghee to the ground uraddal and mix it to a fine and thick dosa batter..
6.Heat oil and 2 tbsp ghee in a kadai on low flame.Take a thick plastic paper or a thick cloth and fold it cone-shaped(like the cone u use for creaming the cake or u can use the murukku mould with one small hole in the centre to do this or with a cloth having a hole in the centre) fill this cone with the dough and cut to make a little hole at the bottom and press the dough over the heated oil to make jalebi or jangiri.
7.Do 4 jangiris at a time and fry on bothsides and take this out when done but it should not turn colour (before turning into light brown).
8.Put these jangiris in sugar syrup and let it soak for 30 mins atleast - before serving them with Tea or coffee or alone.

Submitting this recipe post to Festival  Potluck  hosted by Krithi's Kitchen and Denny's Page .


19 comments:

Kanchana Radhakrishnan said...

mini jangiri is super.

Aruna Manikandan said...

wow...
looks delicious :)

angelin said...

mini jangiris looks yummy .thanks for sharing the recipe

S.Menaga said...

lipsmaking jangiri,looks awesome!!

Priti said...

That' looks so cute and delicious ....yum

Kaveri said...

Mmm...Looks very yum and delicious

ChitraKrishna said...

All ur recipes are unique madam...

Jay said...

Wow..Am ready to taste them all now..:P
Tasty Appetite

Priya said...

Wow those irresistible jangiris looks cute and fantastic..

aipi said...

They look super cute n absolutely mouthwatering! Great work!
USMasala

Reshmi Mahesh said...

Super looking cute jangiris...

Biny Anoop said...

hey i am a die hard jelebi fan...love the mini forms that can be popped into the mouth

Sobha Shyam said...

wow, jangiris look so cute n yum, these are my fav, i appreciate your lovely comments for my recipes..thanx a lot dear :)

julie said...

Wow..lovely recipe and they look more cute and mouth watering!!

Shri said...

I liked this recipe; results look perfect and delicious. Have some urad dal flour and will try this for Diwali.

Kalyani's Platter said...

looks yummy & delicious .......

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Prabhamani said...

Wow..too gud jalebies!! liked it :)

Teena Mary said...

Great !!! Looks yummy !!!