Wednesday, August 01, 2012

Jalebi / Sweet Crispy Indian Dessert / Step by Step

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Jalebi Sweet:
Woooh !  Tasty Appetite  is featured among the list of  " 13 Indian Cooking Blogs that are using Social Media effectively !!"   It sure made my day today !! :)
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In celebration of this sweet moment, lets see the easy preparation of awesome  Indian  dessert  Jalebi.
This swirly golden sweet is a hot favorite on any special occasion with nice crispy outside & soft melt in the mouth interior. It tastes wonderful when served hot.
Here’s the popular recipe that you should try out & enjoy..!
Ingredients:
·      Yoghurd                           - ½ cup
·      Maida flour                      - 100 g
·      Corn flour                        -  30 g
·      Orange food color             - a pinch
·      Saffron strands                - ½ tsp
·      Sugar                               - 1 ½ cup
·      Oil to fry
Method:
1.   In a bowl, add yoghurt and beat well.
2.   Add maida  and corn flour to it.
3.   Add food color, crushed saffron and mix without lumps.
4.   Add 1 tbsp of hot oil  & mix well again.

5.   Let it ferment for 4 to 5 hrs in warm place.
6.   After fermentation, you can smell a very good flavor from the batter.
7.   Mix the batter very good with hands and see to it,  the consistency is loose. ( it should pour down like single thread when dropped from top )
8.   Heat oil in a fry pan.
9.   Fill the batter in a ziplock cover and make a very small hole in it at the bottom.
10.Meanwhile,  to prepare sugar syrup, add sugar to the bowl.
11.Add very little water to it and heat with stirring.
12.Once the sugar syrup attains one string consistency, add few saffron strands and remove from flame. ( we can add 2 to 3 drops of lemon juice, to prevent crystallization of sugar syrup )
13.Now, squeeze the batter from ziplock cover to small circles in hot oil. ( I couldn't get perfect shape, but in practise, its possible.!  )
14.Let it cook in low medium heat to crispy jalebis.
15.Remove from heat and drop it in warm sugar syrup.
16.Soak it for a minute and take it off.
17.Awesome  crispy & juicy  Jalebi  is ready to enjoy..:)
18. Jalebis tastes best when served hot..!
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69 comments:

  1. The Jalebis look so delectable Loved the step by step pictures :)

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  2. Congrats! That is a great accomplishment!

    Jalebis are my favorite and these look great!

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  3. Awesome... I love Jalibi. Thanks for sharing Jay.

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  4. Jay I wish I had the energy to cook the Jalebi's ! Sounds so easy and they look delicious!

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  5. step by step pic r so good , it gives us a confidence to make Jalebi ........ great work girl.......

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  6. Looks delicious and perfect Jaya.

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  7. Inviting Jelabi's.. Perfect in colors and shape..Congrats dear for your achievement..Keep going..

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  8. yummy jalebi's ..... very tempting .......

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  9. Nice recipe! Jay, congratulations for the honor of being in this list :)

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  10. And thank you for removing the words for humans-robots in the comments again :)

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  11. Congrats Jay..Jalebis looks very tempting!!

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  12. congrats thats really good.
    the jalebis look simply delicious!

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  13. Delicious, crispy and such a perfect dessert for Raksha Bandhan! Thanks for sharing Jay

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  14. Hi Jay ,

    CongratulationSSSSSS !!!

    You are 100% deserves to That Appreciation Jay!!

    Perfect presentation :

    Keep up your GooD work..

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  15. wow congrats jay and i see its u and radhika both made it to the list

    i love jalebis a lot but i can never get sugar syrup consistency right

    ur pics and presentation makes me want to take it out of computer and gobble up the whole plate

    yummmmy

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  16. Congrats...Jalebis looks super tempting and perfect for celebrating happiness..

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  17. congratulation !! u deserve it ..perfect presentation ..jalbi looks delicious

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  18. Congratulation! That's a nice accomplishment. Loved jalebi any time. Lip-smacking good. Very perfect step by step presentation.

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  19. Congratssss :)
    Jalebi looks mouthwatering....remember tasting these hot jalebi in the streets of Hyd....

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  20. Wow !! That's a real credit for ur hardwork... Keep Rocking gal... BTW, love this Jalebi...
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  21. Looks yum
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  22. Yummy and so tempting with the color dear.

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  23. I am so glad that you got the recognition. Congrats and what a great way to celebrate it.

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  24. COngratulations on getting noted on the business2community.com article, a very deserving honor. Jalebis are apt to celebrate the occasion :-)

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  25. Congrats Jay :) Jalebi is a great treat to celebrate this occasion. they look so yum

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  26. Congratulations, Dear!!! You are worth it!

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  27. Never mind the design as long as it taste gud rite ...looks so yum and Congrats...way to go

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  28. wow! Congrats! Appreciate your step by step instructions and those lovely pictures. You are worth it. And thanks for this sweet.

    Home Made Recipes

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  29. Thanks for your support & love..
    def it gives me the motivation to keep on going..TQ..:)
    have a nice day..!

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  30. WOW ...........look so yummy :-)
    Happy Rakhshabandhan to all !!

    shrutirasoi

    Today's Recipe
    Chicken Fingers (Inspired By KFC)

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  31. I never try this before, but looking at the ingredients and the food pictures, I think I will like it.

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  32. Yummy and useful recipe...

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  33. Heaven in a few simple bites
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  34. Congrats jay! You deserve it. Good step by step clicks

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  35. congrats I saw the list . These are for me?

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  36. Congrats Jay :) jalebi is my brother's fav sweet..

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  37. This jalebi recipe is a keeper. Wonderful! And congrats on being featured!! Well done, Jay!
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  38. wow ma favourite.. thanks for sharing.. looks very perfect and yummy..
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  39. Congrats on being featured , Jay ! .... That jalebi looks tempting !

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  40. hi jay- already LIKE your FB and congrats dear for being voted- you deserve that.
    i dare not try, i just feast mu eyes on your beautiful orange dessert.
    have a nice day

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  41. Looks delicious and perfect!!

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  42. Reminded of the Jalebi bhai dance number :)

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  43. Congrats dear...jalebi looks super tempting and delicious....

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  44. great yummy jelebi! i want some..

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  45. Congrats! jilebi looks absolutely delicious!

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  46. Congrats dear... This sweet is perfect for the celebration

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  47. Congrats dear,keep rocking,theyare so tempting,love the color..thanks for sharing.

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  48. Congrats Jay!!! your jilebi looks so deliciuous!

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  49. very interesting recipe! looks amazing!

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  50. so irresistible and yummy :)

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  51. WOW, looks soooooooooooo heavenly good, sepcially for Ramadan :D
    xoxo

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  52. Yum, I wonder if I can talk my friend Nithya into making these with me.

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  53. I'ma amazes by the beautiful color of the Jalebi, and I think it'll taste as good as it looks :)

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  54. Congrats to be featured among the list of 13 indian cooking blog ,you deserved it !! I never heard jalebi,sound Yummy and very interesting dish.

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  55. Ohhh my goddddddd this is my really favvvvvvvvvvvvvvv oneeee

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  56. I really like the Jalebis.

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  57. congratulations! i also happen to like indian foods but i haven't tried jalebi yet. i will keep your post as reference when i decide to try cooking this.

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  58. wow, love the step by step photos, don't know if i'll ever have the courage to make jalebi. :)

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  59. Love this tasty snacks! And it looks fun too :) Enjoy your weekend, dear!

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  60. congrats Jay..
    tempting jalebi...nice colour..
    Shabbu's Tasty Kitchen

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  61. wow..lovely Jelebi....my hubby's fav...I too prepare Jelebi by using same recipe...loved the colour...

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  62. My son favourite.. So inviting.. very nice

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  63. mmmmm..... a perfect sweet treat.

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  64. Yummmmmmmmmmy! Love the colour Jay :)

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  65. Congratulations Jay on being featured,you truly deserved it! What a tasty treat to celebrate the occasion, looks awesome!

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  66. Congrats Jay,wat an eye pleasing jalebis..

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  67. Very tempting and nicely explained recipe. so happy for you and wish u many many more success to come. Heart felt Congratulations Jay

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