A Must Try Crispy Jalebi Recipe

A Must Try Crispy Jalebi Recipe
A Must Try Crispy Jalebi Recipe

Crispy jalebi is a treat for any sweet tooth. They are easy to prepare and delicious to eat. In crispy jalebi recipe, I have provided you with two methods of making crispy jalebi. Once you try this recipe, make sure that you don’t forget to try the other method as well!

Crispy Jalebi Recipe

For the crispy jalebi recipe mix, take a large mixing bowl and add all-purpose flour, baking powder and curd to it. Whisk well to make a thick batter. Keep aside for 8-10 hours or overnight so that the batter becomes fluffy, and light as shown in step 4 below.

For The Sugar Syrup

Take a bowl and add the sugar to it. Now add water to the sugar and mix well. Now take a non-stick pan and heat it on a medium flame for 4-5 minutes or till one thread consistency is obtained.

After that take the sugar syrup, off from stove and let it cool down completely before using it in your crispy jalebi recipe.

When you are ready to fry the jalebis, add water as required to the batter so that it is semi-thick in consistency.

When you are ready to fry the crispy jalebi recipe, add water as required to the batter so that it is semi-thick in consistency. The batter should be thin enough to flow through the piping bag, but thick enough to hold its shape when dropped into the hot oil.

For the kulfi, take a blender and blend together milk and ice cream until smooth. Add sugar syrup, cardamom powder, and saffron strands to this and again blend it till smoothie a piping bag to pipe out long strips of jalebi batter into the hot oil. The batter should be thin enough to flow through the piping bag but thick enough to hold its shape when dropped into hot oil.

For making the sugar syrup, boil water in a nonstick pan with sugar and cardamom powder and cook on a medium flame for 4-5 minutes or till one thread consistency is obtained. Keep aside.

To make the sugar syrup, boil water in a nonstick pan with sugar and cardamom powder and cook on a medium flame for 4-5 minutes or till one thread consistency is obtained. Keep aside.

In a deep pan, take water and add sugar or crispy jalebi recipe pieces. Bring it to boil on high flame till the entire water gets evaporated and syrup is formed.

Put the jalebi batter in a piping bag and keep it aside

Now it’s time to fill the piping bag with jalebi batter. Make sure that the piping bag is not too full as it will be difficult to squeeze out the batter even if you are holding it at an angle. If your piping bag is too empty, then you might have to add more batter before you start piping out the crispy jalebi recipe on sugar syrup in a pan. To avoid this inconvenience, make sure that your piping bag contains just enough batter for making about 10 – 12 jalebis in one go.

To make sure that the batter does not spill over while squeezing out onto sugar syrup in a pan, make sure that your piping bag has a nonstick material like parchment paper or foil at one end of its opening so as to prevent any spills from happening!

Heat ghee in a nonstick pan or kadhai and put the jalebi batter in a piping bag on high flame and make concentric circles in hot ghee.

Now, put the crispy jalebi recipe batter in a piping bag and make concentric circles in hot ghee.

Heat ghee in a nonstick pan or kadhai and put the jalebi batter in a piping bag on high flame and make concentric circles in hot ghee.

Fry till they turn golden brown from both sides. Remove and drain excess oil from the jalebis by pressing gently between two spoons. Dip them immediately into warm sugar syrup for 3-4 minutes.

Take a deep frying pan and add ghee or oil

Heat the pan to medium heat and then add in the crispy jalebi recipe, one at a time.

Fry them on both sides till they turn golden brown from both sides. Remove and drain excess oil from the jalebis by pressing gently between two spoons. Dip them immediately into warm sugar syrup for 3-4 minutes.

Enjoy these crispy jalebis hot with rabid or Malpas!

The crispy jalebi recipe is a popular Indian dessert made from a batter of flour, sugar, and water. The batter is deep-fried in oil until golden brown and crispy on the outside, then soaked in sugar syrup until it’s soaked through to the center. It’s traditionally served hot with rabid or Malpas (milk balls).

Conclusion

The crispy jalebi recipe is one of the most popular Indian sweet desserts. It is made from wheat flour, sugar syrup, and ghee. The batter is poured in concentric circles on hot ghee and fried till they turn golden brown from both sides. There are many variations to this dish like adding dry fruits or nuts while making it. You can also add rose essence or saffron powder for flavouring purposes. It will give your jalebis a very distinct taste which everyone will love!

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