Monday, April 25, 2011

Jangiri

I have bookmarked this recipe from Raks kitchen some time back and finally made it today.
I assumed Jangiri's can only be made by professionals until I saw Raks and Gayathri's blog.
Gayathri has also uploaded a video on piping jangiris.I know my piping is not perfect. Hope to get it better when I make it the next time



Ingredients
Urad dhal: 3/4 cup
Salt: a pinch
Kesar color: as desired
Sugar: 3/4 cup
Water:1/2 cup
Cardomom powder: 1/2 tsp
Lime juice: 1/2 tsp


The above quantity yields more than 20 jangiris
Procedure:
Step1:
Soak Urad dhal in enough water for 2 hrs and grind it as a smooth paste
The consistency should be like that of a butter


Step2:
Add salt and kesar color and mix well


Step3:
Prepare sugar syrup by boiling sugar and water.When one string consistency is reached, add lime juice.This is to avoid the syrup getting caramelized. Add the cardomom powder as well


Step4:
Heat oil in a kadai and pipe the jangiris in medium heat. Fry them and drain in paper towel. Do not over fry


Step5:
Dip the jangiris in sugar syrup for one or 2 minutes and arrange them.Let it stand for half an hour before serving


 

Notes:
1. I did not have grinder.Used Preethi mixer for grinding.It still came out good
2. Soaked the dhal for 1.5 hours and refrigerated for 1 hour so that the mixer does not get heated while grinding
3. Used Wilton Round tip for piping
4. The consistency of the batter should be similar to butter cream icing


Sending this to Bookmarked recipes by Mharo Rajasthan's Recipes

28 comments:

  1. I love Jangris and urs looks so yum and delish...

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  2. Delicious tempting recipe.Step wise pictures looks so nice.

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  3. Jangiri's look awesome...Have to try it some time...

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  4. looks good... me too loves jangiri...makes often but still not mastered the art of piping...

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  5. perfect and delicious jangiri...

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  6. Omg, feel like having some,my fav jangiris tempts me a lot..

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  7. Even i never thought they could be made so perfectly at home!! Looks crisp on the outside & juicy on the inside...slurp...
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  8. Jangiris have come out so nice. Congrats on the successful attempt..

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  9. wow jangiri looks so amazing and wonderful !! Loved it !!

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  10. mouth watering jangris.love the pictures.

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  11. Perfect looking jangiris- the color is really nice!
    Thanks a lot for linking this to bookmark event :)
    US Masala

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  12. Wow...perfect...tempting jangiri...

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  13. Nice recipe! It's very tempting and awesome!

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  14. Wow wonderful sweet,looks so delicious and mouth-watering.Jangiri is one of my favorite sweet.

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  15. Jangiri look so well made.I am so tempted to try this right away.

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  16. oh MY!!my mouth waters profusely! SO good! perfect jangris dear! great post

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  17. wow i really wanna make them now after seeing those pics..

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  18. Relishing and scrumptious jangiri...

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  19. Love them dear, they have come out sooooooooooo well. Thanks for linking it to our bookmarked event :)

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