Tuesday, 22 October 2013

Jangiri /Jhangiri – Diwali Special [300 th Post] With Video

Hello friends,
Today I am so happy that this post is a double dhamaka for me, because this is my 300th post and my blog has reached 3.1 lakh pageviews. First of all I would like to thank each and every one of you for your kind support and encouragement that made all this possible. When I started this blog, I never thought I would be able to come this far. This journey of blogging is marvelous, the happiest part is meeting lot of new friends virtually and learning lot of new things every day. I would once again like to thank all of you for showing your love with your kind and beautiful words. To celebrate this lovely moment I made Jangiris as a special treat to each and every one of you. As you all know Jangiri is a traditional and authentic South Indian sweet made with Urad dal with out any fermentation and soaked in sugar syrup made especially during festivals and special occasions.

Here’s how to make Jangiri/Jhangiri with step by step photos…

Ingredients

Urad dal/Ullundhu
1 cup
Food color [Orange]
¼ tsp
Salt
One pinch

For Sugar Syrup

Sugar
1 ½ cup
Water
Just enough to immerse the sugar
Food color [Orange]
One pinch
Elachi powder
¼ tsp
Rose essence
4-5 drops
Lemon juice
½ tsp

Preparation Time: 2.30 hrs [Soaking & Grinding]
Cooking Time: 45 minutes
Makes : 35 Jangiris

Method

Wash and soak the dal for 2 hrs. Drain the water and wash it with fresh water and then grind it with little water [about ¼ cup] similar to the vadai batter. The batter should be fluffy and soft.


Add pinch of salt and food color to the batter and mix really well.


To prepare sugar syrup, heat the sugar with the water and let it boil for about 3-4 minutes. Add the food color, cardamom powder, lemon juice and mix well. Now switch off the stove. Finally add the rose essence after you switch off the stove.


To make Jangiris, take a ziplock cover and make a small hole [cut with scissors].

Fill the ziplock bag with the batter and try to make jangiris as shown below in a plate. Do two or three circles, then make small circles over it along the circumference.


Heat oil in a flat bottomed pan, the oil should be shallow not more than 1 inch deep.

Once the oil is hot, start making jangiris directly in the oil in low medium heat.


As soon as they are cooked transfer them to the hot sugar syrup. Let it soak for at least 3 minutes and then keep them on a tray.


Repeat similarly for rest of the batter to make Jangiris.

Here's the video  of how to make Jangiris easily ...




Yes friends this is my first video in my blog and happily sharing with you...

Suggestions:

  • The batter must be light and fluffy. It should not be heavy because it will not absorb the syrup.
  • Use only flat pan to make jangiris and also less oil is better otherwise it will be hard to make jangiris as they will keep moving.
  • Addition of lemon juice will prevent crystallization of sugar syrup.
  • Please try to avoid bangles because you will be working directly over hot oil, so the metal gets heated fast and might burn your skin.



Thank you all for visiting my blog, please keep coming back for more authentic and traditional sweets of South India.

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Until then I am signing off…

67 comments:

  1. congrats priya,jhangri is tempting me,love all kind of sweets

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  2. wow congrats dear what a nice video :) gr8 job love your recipes, dedication and u are one friendly blogger to :) wishing you loads of success and wishes your way

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    1. Thanks a lot Priya, I am so happy I made very good friend like you...

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  3. Many congratulations Priya....Inspiration for me...

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    1. Thank you very much Amrita, it means a lot to me...

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  4. congrats on your new milestone priya :)

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  5. wow Priya...delicious and many congratulations...loved video......

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  6. Congrats Priya. Nice video. Jangri looks yum.

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  7. i am not able to see u r video.the jangiri looks perfect.congrats on u r success.wishing many more.

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    1. Hi Meena, thanks a lot yaar, I have fixed the video do check when you find time...

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  8. Congrats priya,am also not able to c ur video,check it dear...b/w Jnagri looks so perfect am drooling over here.. deepavali ore kalakkkal thane pola!!

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    1. Thanks a lot Menaga,I have fixed the video Menaga, can you pls check and let me know if its working. Since I am the admin I am able to see it.

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    2. Now it works well priya,awesome video post!!

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  9. wow priya... its awesome dear... u made it very perfect and congrats for ur 300th post... Keep rocking... :) Love your video..

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  10. Congrats n ur 300th post.... jangiri looks yummmm

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  11. ஆஹா, தங்களின் ஜாங்கிரி சூப்பரோ சூப்பராக உள்ளது. ஜீரா பாகு மேலிட எவ்ளோ ஜோராக இருக்கிறது ;) கண்ணைக்கவரும் படங்களுடன் தித்திப்பான பகிர்வு. பாராட்டுக்கள். நன்றிகள்.

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    1. Thank you very much sir for the beautiful comment

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  12. முறுகலான ஜாங்கிரியுடன் கூடிய தங்களின் முந்நூறாவது [300] பகிர்வுக்கு மனம் நிறைந்த இனிய அன்பு நல்வாழ்த்துகள்.

    இப்போத்தான் எல்லோருக்கும் அல்வா கொடுத்தாற்போல உள்ளது. அதற்குள் 300 ;))))) அருமை. பெருமையாக உள்ளது.

    மேலும் மேலும் பல்வேறு வெற்றி இலக்குகளை எட்டுங்கள்.

    அன்புடன் VGK

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    1. Thank you very sir for your kind words, I am so happy I have blessings and wishes from you. All this possible only because of good friends and well wishers like you. Thank you very much sir...

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  13. Congrats priya on your 300th post and 3 lakh likes.i loved this step by step recipe and awesome video....keep it up and expecting more from you..execellent work...

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    1. Thank you very much shanthi for your kind words and great encouragement

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  14. wow wow jangiri looks superb and so perfectly made :) congrtz on your double dhamaka dear :) you are one rocking blogger .. love your recipes a lot :)

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    1. Thank you so much Manju for you sweet and loving words...

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  15. I share the joy and happiness with you Priya. Glad and its so great to hear how much you are doing well in the blogging world. I love jangiri but making it is out of the question. Yet its a traditional sweet which I will never give up.

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  16. sweet looks very tempting, congrats for video uploads. way to go .

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  17. Congrats Priya, keep rocking dear .. Jangiri looks super delicious.. perfectly done and nice video.. tempting clicks..

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    1. Thank you so much Sharanya, it means a lot to me...

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  18. Useful Recipe Priya bookmarking this page :)

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  19. Lovely jangiri priya.I love these jangiris.Congratulations on your 300 th post dear.

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    1. Thank you very much Sathya for your lovely comments...

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  20. Wow congrats Priya .....perfectly made....looks so yummy...

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  21. Wow..congrats you are rocking..within few month you achieved great position in blogging field..keep going...jangiri looks superb..

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    1. Thank you so much Resna for your lovely comments...

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  22. Hearty congratulation on your 300th post and 3 L views......fabulous jangri and you made it so good....lovely video and tempting clicks....

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    1. Thank you so much Gayathri for your lovely comments and encouragement...

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  23. Yummy .jangiri .... lovely video

    Hearty congratulation on your 300th post

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  24. Congo for ur 300th post sister.Scrumptious jangiri..........
    x❤x❤
    http://indianveggiesbhojan.blogspot.in/

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  25. Congrats on your 300th post and 3 lakh + page views.. Tempting Jangri.. Lovely video..

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  26. Many many congratulations Priya..
    Jangiri looks delicious...

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  27. Omg, u rock sis..COngrats on ur milestones..a prefect sweet for the celebration..prefect squeezed jangiri..

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  28. Congrats priya.. jangiri looks perfect & soft dear..

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  29. Lovely .. You are super awesome priya .. 300th post ..congrats on that .. And the video is a great idea..

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  30. awesome post dear... big big congratulations....

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  31. wow... mouth watering recipe...keep rocking priya

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  32. Heartiest congratulation on your 300th post Priya.. loved the video.. Lip-smacking jangiri's dear :-)

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  33. awesome dear..love d step wise cliks.n u made perfectly.

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  34. Congrats girl ! You are really a kitchen queen ....wish you more and more milestones for your blog.

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  35. Congrats Priya! I am very happy to know that you have achieved many things in this blogging world. Awesome jhangiris.

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  36. Congrats dear. Perfectly made jangiri, looks delicious and yummy.

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  37. Thanks for linking this delicious jangri recipe to Gayathri's WTML Event.

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  38. Congrats Priya ! Wishing you many more beautiful milestones and those Jangris are simply amazing !

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  39. Jangri looks super delicious. It's my favourite.

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  40. Thank you very much RajaRajeshwari, Shuba subramaniyam, Nithya Naveen, Shey Divine, Priya Suresh, Shrikars kitchen, Nandoos kitchen, Reni, Asiya Omar, Vidya Chandrahas, Sapana Bhel, Maha Ghade, Nilu, Snowhite, Preeti Jaipal for your lovely lovely comments and wishes...

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