Wednesday, December 02, 2009

Peanut Jamuns

After Black-eyed bean sundal, comes peanut jamuns!!!! Got this recipe from Aval Vikatan. If i dont make jamuns, my son will be left out without any sweets, he doesnt favour those urundai's. These peanut jamuns are very easy to make and turned out great!!!

Ingredients
Peanuts/Groundnuts - 1 cup (skinless)
Sugar - 3/4 cup
one riped banana
oil for frying the jamuns



Method
Soak Peanuts for 2 hours. Grind it to a fine batter along with the banana. Dont add water. Make small balls of the batter and deep fry, until golden brown.

Sugar syrup
In a heavy botton pan, take sugar and add enough water to just immerse the sugar. Let it boil, and Sugar dissolve. Take it off the flame.

Soak the fried jamuns in the sugar syrup. Serve after an hour or two. Tasted Yummy!!!!

Sending these jamuns to MLLA - 18 hosted by Srivalli, Event created by Susan
And also to Food for 7 Stages of Life - Kids Special Event hosted by Radhika and Sudheshna

13 comments:

  1. Omg, priya such a unique and creative jamuns...looks tempting and droolworthy!

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  2. OMG! (in a good way).
    Such an innovative dish and nutritious too. Is this a traditional dish or someone came up with this?

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  3. Thank you Priya and Suma. i dont think its a traditional recipe, this recipe was in a supplementary recipe book of a tamil magazine Aval Vikatan.

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  4. Very good entry for the MLLA.I try also most recipes from this supplement(no longer I am able to buy any magazine here) and Kumudhan sinegithy. They have been quite good though some are utterly hopeless!

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  5. Nice recipe, but new to me and worth trying.

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  6. wow.. that is a wonderful recipe.. very creative priya...

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  7. lovely recipe,never heard of peanut flavoured jamums,very uniue one...but looks delicious

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  8. Very nice recipe! I have never had peanut jamuns! Will surely give it a try! BTW stumbled upon your blog! do chkout my blog: saranyas.wordpress.com

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  9. Interesting recipe. sounds yummmm :)

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  10. very creative , never heard of such jamuns, definitely gonna try this one

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  11. Thnx for the recipe Priya.. They came out lovely :)

    Nupur
    http://uk-rasoi.blogspot.com/

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  12. this is a delicious new recipe for jamuns - the ingredients are awesome! bookmarking to try!

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Thanks a Lot for taking your time out and Visiting my Kitchen!!!!! Your Valuable Comments keep me going!!! Feel free to ask your doubts , i will definitely try reply you back. Good Day!!!

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