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Paneer Jamun


  • Making Paneer Jamun:

           Happy Childrens' Day. Here's a sweet recipe using paneer. Usually paneer
           is used for making sweets like ras malai. So I thought of making this
          sweet jamun dish.
            






  • Ingredients:
         1. Paneer (200 gms)
         2. Sugar (1-2 small bowl)
         3. Water (2-3 cups)
         4. Oil (for frying)
         5. Cardamom seeds/Elaichi (of 2-3 pods)


  • Preparation & Cooking:
          1. Place the paneer block in a muslin or chesse cloth. Slowly squeeze out
              the water from the paneer.
          2. Keep the muslin cloth cloth hanging so that all the water drains out.
          3. Once all the water ids drained out,knead the paneer or blend it once in
              mixer for 10-20 secs.
          4. You will see that the paneer has become soft.
          5. Take small portions of the paneer & make small balls of the paneer.
          6. Take 2 cups of water & about 1 small bowl of sugar. 
          7. Cook the sugar & water mixture on low flame for 15-20 mins till the color is 
              nice golden.
          8. Add some milk in the sugar syrup to remove the dirt if present.
          9. Heat the oil & fry the paneer till it is brown in color. If the paneer balls are 
              fried more it will become slight stiff & won't absorb the sugar syrup.
         10. After the sugar syrup is ready & is at room temperature. Add the fried 
                paneer balls directly to the sugar syrup.
         11. With the help of a fork make small holes so that the it will absorb the sugar
                syrup.
         12. Add cardamom seeds to the sugar syrup. 
         13. Keep the paneer jamun aside for 5-6 hours before serving.
         14. If you want you can add some dry fruits & serve the paneer jamun.



  • Serves: Four.








            Try this sweet paneer recipe & let us know how you liked it by posting your
            comments.
           


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