Any traditional meal is incomplete without a sweet dish, that’s how fragrances of sweets are deeply entrenched into the Indian psyche.
“Jalebi” which is a fried sweet soaked generously in sugar syrup has no doubt can hit your calorie parameter up. But it’s difficult to resist when you come across them . And in some part of the country people even enjoy this at the end of breakfast .
People having that Big Sweet tooth hardly think twice before popping a ladoo or two into their mouth.A lover for sweet can easily be spoilt for choice in this land of sweet.
In Indore the combination of poha & jalebi is quite a famous breakfast and if you are in Rajasthan in wintry days, don’t miss the charm of having doodh-jalebi where Jalebi is served with fragrant milk .
It is believed in Ayurvedic treatment that eating Jalebi made in pure Ghee with a glass of milk in morning works for migraines.
Now coming to it’s preparation , it’s very easy to make at home.The only thing is you need patience and a little preparation .
A good fermented batter results crispy jalebis .But don’t expect that you make perfect round shaped at the very first try ,it need practice..After all the taste matters not the size 😉