Saturday, 23 June 2018

Gulab Jamun Shot



Gulab Jamuns !!!! I know, any sweet person particularly any Indian starts salivating after hearing this dessert name 😉

A well known classic Indian sweet or dessert, gulab jamun is enjoyed in most festival celebrations. Traditionally these sweets are prepared from milk solids (khoya). The word gulab means Rose and jamun means an Indian berry. Since this sweet looks like berry and dunked in rose flavored sugar syrup, so the name of the sweet gets its name like that. 




But here I have come up with a cool beverage using those two ingredients, gulab (rose) and jamun (Black plum / Indian Blackberry) as Gulab Jamun Shot. This is the second recipe using jamun this year except gulping these berries as it is 😋. The first one was Virgin Jamun Margarita 😊 which I have posted some days before. Well the whole procedure of this gulab jamun shot is so simple and easy to prepare. No need of any cooking mode is here. Just blend all the ingredients to a smooth texture and enjoy during these hot summer days. Also these gulab jamun shots are a perfect party beverage and can be enjoyed by people of all ages. 

Since jamuns are in season so do try soon these gulab jamun shots. If you tried my recipe and enjoyed fully, then please share some pictures of your creation with me. Also kindly give your valuable feedback either in the comment box below or tag me as #firsttimercook on Instagram. You may also follow me on FacebookPinterestTwitterGoogle+Instagram and can subscribe for free to get new recipes directly into your inbox 😊


Preparation Time : 10 mins  |  Cooking Time : 0 mins


Ingredients :        

Ingredients
Measurements
Jamun
1 cup
Rose syrup
4 tbsp
Lemon juice
1 tsp
Black salt
¼ tsp
Water (chilled)
1 cup

Method :
  1. Wash and clean all the jamuns / black plums / Indian blackberries.
  2. De-seed jamuns and put into a blender jar.
  3. Then add in rose syrup, lemon juice, black salt and chilled water.
  4. Blend everything well so that a smooth consistency will form.
  5. Pour into shot glasses and serve immediately !





Notes :

  • Soda water can be used instead of chilled water if some fizziness is needed in shot.

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16 comments:

  1. Super catchy and very pretty looking gulab jamun shot, initially i thought you have prepared a drink with gulab jamuns (the popular sweets). Thats a cute name to the drink yaar.

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  2. Nice recipe for parties .. looks attractive with bright red colour

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  3. Oh I thought you made it with gulab jamuns :) Loved the idea.. looks great !

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  4. Haha... I thought about it too, how come they are red instead of brown, then realized I had to read it literally :) Lovely color of those shots, must be very refreshing...

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  5. The gulab jamun shots look so refreshing and flavorful Sasmita ! Perfect Summer drink !

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  6. An interesting drink you've made Sasmita, adding rose syrup to jamun sounds good.

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  7. What a wonderful drink!! Both refreshing and colorful!

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  8. What an innovation....rose syrup and jamuns. Color of the drink is very inviting as is the name

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  9. I love the name you gave this drink :D looks vibrant and appetizing :)

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  10. Love the creative name and the combination of flavors, Sasmita!

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  11. Looks amazing, a wonderful party pleaser...thanks for the awesome share, will give them a try soon :)

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  12. Looking very tempting. First I thought gulabjamun, then I realized it is gulab and jamun :).

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  13. Lol, when I saw this pics on FB, I was searching for Gulab Jamun too :D This drinks look so refreshing and what a colour!

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  14. Haha,I really thought you were going in for the decadent jamuns dipped in some kind of new flavor. I love your new take on this.

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  15. Amazing share. Look at that preety Color . So catchy. So tempting

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  16. Such a refreshing drink and lovely colour too. Name of this drink is very interesting.

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