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Jangiri

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Jangiri is one of my all time favourite sweet . I always remember diwali when i see jangiris. As a little girl i get to eat them only during diwali.  I took this recipe from chef sanjeev kapoor's website. It was very easy to make, the only thing was, i dint get the traditional jangiri design.

Now to the recipe,



You Need:

urad dal - 1 cup
rice - 1/4 cup
orange food colour - 1/4 tsp
sugar - 5 cups
cardomom powder - 1 tsp
oil to fry.

Method:

Soak urad dal and rice for about 40 minutes. Drain and grind together with the food colour to a spongy batter using about 1 cup of water.

Dissolve sugar in 2 1/2 cups of water and bring it to a boil till a single-thread consistency is reached. Add cardomom powder and keep aside.

Heat oil in a shallow wok. Fill batter into the murukku maker with a single holed plate. Pipe the batter into the hot oil into a circular ring or any shape u like. 

Deep fry on both sides till golden brown and lightly crisp. Work in batches. Drain in paper towel.

Drop the jangiris into the hot sugar syrup. Let them soak inthe syrup for about 5 hours or till all the syrup is absorbed in.

Notes:

Along with cardomom powder, rose esscence and saffron can be added to the syrup.

Instead of using a murukku maker, you can also use a pastry bag with the smallest round tip or even the plastic sauce bottle can be used.

If you want the traditional jangiri design, make a large circle, a small circle inside that and over these two, make coils .

The Traditional jangiri Design:  



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27 Comments

  1. Jangri is my most favourite sweet. I love eating Jangri's little hot.

    Ur Jangri design is close to perfect one's. when u try next time, u will become master in it!

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  2. Oh my gosh...I too love jangiri. Even tried this, back home. Never got the shape...made it like little rings! Yours look great...why are you saying didnt get traditional shapes...this look great, ra. Love your hard work.

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  3. Hi Sathya,
    Thanks for visiting me and for your lovely comment..You have a neat blog :)
    This jangiri looks so professionally made and its yummy..i never knew jangiri can come out this perfect if made in home..Nice work,dear..

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  4. OMG!!! i just love jangiris!! i was looking out for a good recipe..i found one somewhere and tried making it for diwali and it was a beeg flop!!! thanks a bunch!! i dint know there was a traditional design for this and all..i always thought it was just squiggles!! :D

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  5. I love jangiri too. Thank you for giving us the recipe. I am sure going to make this. Jangiri looks so good.

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  6. Wow Sathya..! Jangri has come out perfect! Lovely colours too.. Do check mine, i didn't get the shape like yours. :)

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  7. That looks beautiful Sathya...mighty perfect! one of my all time favorites too...love the colour

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  8. Wow....what a lovely colour..tempting a lot....

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  9. i love love jangris and it looks soooo perfect. i just started being good by staying away from sweets and u r tempting me too much ;-) thx for the recipe...

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  10. Omg, am drooling rite now here Satya...tempting clicks...send me some..just craving for this delicious treats..

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  11. jangris are my favourite,i luv a lot,iam sure going to try this tomorrow,thanks a lot for sharing the recipe dear:)

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  12. Jangiri looks so inviting.Great color and click too.

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  13. Thanks everyone , for your wonderful comments.

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  14. I never heard about Jangri b4 but they surely looks like jalebi..love the bright orange color too

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  15. I believe it is the toughest one to prepare, lemme try it

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  16. Oh MY God!! They look heavenly :) the colour is so pleasant. wow the recipe also looks quite easy. Want to make it sometime for sure :)
    Tc

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  17. Jangiri's look wonderful, lovely color. I love jangiri's and always enjoy having them at weddings , never tried making from scratch ! Thanks for sharing the recipe :-)

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  18. Hi Sathya, Lovely blog. Jhangiri is my favourite. looks perfect. I have not tried jhangiris. Thanks for sharing.

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  19. Jhangiri looks delicious and perfect...love the color.

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  21. Hi,
    Nice blog. Just wanted to drop in a line and let you know of the “Baking Event –Calling all Foodies” hosted by me at the foodie site www.ifood.tv. You are invited to be part of this event that aims to unite bloggers to some great baking this month. The details are all here http://www.ifood.tv/blog/baking_event_calling_all_foodies

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  22. I believe it is the toughest one to prepare, lemme try it

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  23. I believe it is the toughest one to prepare, lemme try it

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  24. Jhangiri looks delicious and perfect...love the color.

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  25. Oh my gosh...I too love jangiri. Even tried this, back home. Never got the shape...made it like little rings! Yours look great...why are you saying didnt get traditional shapes...this look great, ra. Love your hard work.

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