When you took that first bite, the soft Jalebi made a crunching noise. It had the perfect amount of sweetness and when you mixed it with some Rabdi, you were in heaven. Did this just make you hungry? The nostalgic feeling of eating your first Jalebi might have just hit you. You wish you could run to your nearest Halwai and get a box full of Jalebis for you and your family. As complicated as Jalebis look they're actually super fun and easy to make. Also, surprise, surprise! There's not just one way to make it. There are multiple recipes and variations that you can make it with right at home and they're all equally tasty. Why not give it a shot? Here are 4 easy Jalebi recipes that you must try.
1. Crispy Jalebi
After eating this, you will miss your Halwai lesser; the world will feel like a better place and everything will just be fine. You're just going to be craving for more once you finish one batch but you can make it once more! This recipe will always be with you and is never going off our page. In Jalebis we trust.
2. Apple Jalebi
As the name suggests, this recipe is loaded with the flavours of an apple! That's right, apple slices. You'd think there's not so much that we can do with apples but there's so much more to it than just eating it to keep the doctors away. Apple Jalebi might just become your favourite dessert after you give this recipe a try.
3. Paneer Jalebi
Traditional Paneer Jalebis with a modern twist (literally) is the exact twist you need in your life. Who knew you could make Jalebis out of Paneer? Give rest to those sugar cravings you're having; no one is judging.
4. Homemade Jangiri
Jangiri is a South Indian style Jalebi which is made of urad dal and rice flour. Jangiri includes all the sweetness and the goodness of a jalebi, but its texture and shape makes it even tastier. It's a super simple recipe and very tough to ignore.
Years later you'll remember the first Jalebi you made and it will make you nostalgic. You'd want to make this again and this recipe will stay right here when you need it.
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