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Jangiri

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    Cuisine:
    • 55 mins
    • Serves 5
    • Easy

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    • Sugar Syrup :

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    Jangiri is another delicious and popular Indian sweet. It’s traditionally made from urad dal and served during Diwali and other popular Indian festivals. Making homemade jangiri may seem intimidating at first, but there’s really nothing to it. Try this recipe, and you will be serving your children your own Jangiri in no time. You may have to apply some practice though to get that flowery shape jangiri is so known for.

    Health Benefits

    Black gram, a black bean that is native to India and has a large amount of health benefits is the main ingredient for this dish. It has a plethora of health benefits that will make it a permanent fixture in your diet.  Regular consumption of black gram will boost your body’s energy, help maintain heart health, improve your body’s resistances and immunities, reduce pain and inflammation, act as a skin care aid, improve nervous system efficiency, and help with digestion.

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    Howto make Jangiri

    1. Drain the soaked urad dal and grind; add very little water at a time to get a thick paste.
    2. Move the paste into a bowl, and add salt and food color then mix well.
      Note: If the batter is thick, add some rice flour to it.
    3. In a saucepan over medium-high heat, combine sugar and water and bring to a boil; cook till mixture turns sticky.
    4. Add cardamom, lemon juice, and food color and mix well. Transfer to the bowl containing the ground paste and mix well.
    5. Cut a small hole in the tip of a piping bag.
    6. Fill the bag with prepared mixture.
    7. Heat oil for deep frying in a flat bottom pan and squeeze out the battery to make a flowery shape.
    8. Fry till crispy on both sides.
    9. Drain and add in sugar syrup.
    10. Soak for a minute on each side.
    11. Refrigerate before serving.

    Trivia 

    In medieval times, this bean was used to make impermeable crucibles.

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