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Sunday, 21 April 2013

Chef-Christon Sweet Jilebi/Jalebi

Chef-Christon Sweet Jilebi/Jalebi

Jalebi or Jilawii and sometimes Jalibi:
Is a sweet popular in countries of the Indian Sub-continent such as India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, and Bangladesh as well as many other countries in the Middle East and North Africa, like Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Syria, Palestine, Lebanon, Egypt, Tunisia and Morocco.

It is made by deep-frying a wheat-flour (Maida flour) batter
in pretzel or circular shapes,
which are then soaked in sugar syrup.

Today Chef-Christon Is Making Jilebi/Jalebi
With Gits Jilebi Mix

Chef-Christon Facts:
I Don't Like Sweets Very Much But Still I'm Making This Dish As I Have Got One Pack Of Ready To Make Gits Jilebi Mix.

Lets See How It Turns Out To Be.

Buy One Packet Of Ready To Make Gits Jilebi Mix Or Jilebi Mix Of Any Other Brand.

If You Want To Make The Jilebi Mix On Your Own Then Note Down These Ingredients To Make Your Own Jilebi Mix:

Ingredients To Make Jilebi Batter:

Half Cup All Purpose flour (Maida)
1 Teaspoon besan (Gram-Flour)
Half Teaspoon yeast
Half Teaspoon oil
Half Teaspoon sugar
1-2 Small Cup Of water To Mix.

Ingredients To Make Jilebi Sweet Syrup:
2 Small Cup sugar
1 Cup water
Cardamom Powder (For Flavour)
Few strands of saffron (Its Not A Must Ingredients)
1 Teaspoon Lemon Juice (To Make Your Jilebi Sweet Syrup Crystal-Clear)

You'll Also Need Oil (I Used Edible Vegetable Oil To Fry)


Step 1.
Mix All The Jilebi Batter Ingredients In A Bowl And Add Water As Needed To Make Batter.

Step 2.
Put The Jilebi Batter In A Plastic Bottle That Has A Hole In The Opening, or Make A Hole Yourself In That Plastic Bottle.

Step 3.
Heat Oil In Your Deep Frying Pan.

Step 4.
Now You Are Ready To Make Jalebis.

Step 5.
Pour The Jalebi Mixture From The Bottle To The Frying Pan
(In Circular Motion) And Fry Them Till They Become Golden Brown.

Step 6.
Make Jilebi Sweet Syrup:
Boil The Sugar And Water Together In A Different Pan
Add Cardamom Powder And Finally Add The Lemon Juice And Cook For About 8-10 Minutes In Low Heat.

Step 7.
Put The Hot Fried Golden Brown Jalebis In The Sweet Sugar Syrup That You Have Made And Let It Soak The Sweet Syrup For About ((( 10 Seconds)))

Step 8.
Remove The Jalebis From The Sweet Syrup And Serve it In A Plate

Step 9.
Garnish The Jalebis With Mint Leaves Or Almonds Or Saffron Or Eat & Enjoy It Without Garnishing :)

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