Gulab jamun is an Indian dessert of fried dough balls that are soaked in a sweet, sticky sugar syrup. As per tradition, the syrup has a delicate rose flavour: Gulab means 'rose water' and jamun refers to a berry of a similar size and colour.
How to eat
Eat the gulab jamun warm, when they are at their softest and tastiest. A good gulab jamun will melt on your tongue, revealing its subtle raisin taste and spicy cardamom aroma.
Price per 500 gms
May contain Milk and nuts