6. Gulab Jamun – Fried milk cake
Gulab jamun is a dessert cake of the Indian people, often used for festivals such as birthdays, weddings or Muslim holidays. These are a type of pastry that looks like floating tea balls but they are completely different and the taste is not the same.
Gradually gulab jamun gradually popularized in neighboring countries and South Asia. Recently, gulab jamun has also landed in our country. Cakes have pretty eye-catching and attractive colors.
The Indians make gulab jamun from a paste made from milk and this is a traditional Indian milk, so it is also called fried milk cake . The way to make this cake is also quite simple and easy. Just mix the dough and shape it into balls, then fry it.
Crispy milkshakes after frying will be soaked in sugar water with a bit of rose and some other spices. When enjoying the cake is still crunchy and has a moderate sweetness along with the radiant rose will make you more delicious and rounded.
7. Samosa – fried bread
Samosa is a type of bread with a triangle, semicircular or semicircular shape varies depending on the person molding the cake. And this is a very popular snack in India.
There are many types of samosa but the most popular is the Northern samosa. The cake consists of 2 parts: shell and filling.
Samosa can be either a vegetable or a sweet filling depending on the taste of the person eating. Samosa is often used as a vegetarian dish and served with mint chutney.
Recently, samosa has gradually become popular in countries around the world. Because the cake is not too picky and the ingredients in the cake are suitable for your taste, the cake is also quite popular.
Besides, the samosa crust is actually our familiar pia crust . Potatoes are often the main filling, along with a few other ingredients and spices. After being carefully molded, the bread will be fried in yellow oil and have a nice crispy yellow color.
So it doesn’t matter if you intend to try this dish at home. The way to make samosa is so easy.