gulab jamun

gulab jamun
gulab jamun UK [ɡʊˌlɑːb ˈjɑːmən] US [ɡʊˌlɑb ˈjɑmən] noun [uncountable] indian english
a sweet Indian food made from a flour and water mixture, fried and served in a sugar syrup flavoured with roses
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  • Gulab Jamun — (Hindi: गुलाब जामुन, Urdu: گلاب جامن) ist eine klassische indische Süßspeise. Es handelt sich dabei um frittierte Teigbällchen in aromatisiertem Zuckersirup. Hauptbestandteil des Teiges ist Khoa oder Khoya (eingekochte cremige Milch). Ersatzweise …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Gulab jamun — Preparación del Gulab jamun colorado por el azafrán …   Wikipedia Español

  • Gulab Jamun — Sur les autres projets Wikimedia : « Gulab Jamun (livre de cuisine) », sur Wikibooks (livres pédagogiques) Gulab Jamun …   Wikipédia en Français

  • gulab jamun — /ˈgulab dʒamən/ (say goohlahb jahmuhn) noun an Indian sweet consisting of a ball of thickened milk and paneer deep fried in ghee and then soaked in rose apple syrup. {Hindi gulāb (from Persian) rosewater + jāmun rose apple} …  

  • gulab jamun — [gʊˌlα:b jα:mʌn] noun an Indian sweet consisting of a ball of deep fried paneer (curd cheese) boiled in a sugar syrup. Origin from Hindi gulāb rose water and jāmun fruit …   English new terms dictionary

  • gulab jamun — UK [ɡʊˌlɑːb ˈjɑːmən] / US [ɡʊˌlɑb ˈjɑmən] noun [uncountable] Indian English a sweet Indian food made from a flour and water mixture, fried and served in a sugar syrup flavoured with roses …   English dictionary

  • Gulab jaman — Gulabjaman Gulabjaman Kemalpaşa tatlısı …   Wikipédia en Français

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