I have made jalebis but never jhangri...When Dhivya of Dhivya's Kitchen blog posted this recipe, i was very much tempted to try it out and it came out well. I didnt make any changes to the recipe.


1 cup blackgram dal
1 tsp rice flour
A bit of saffron colour
Oil to fry
1 cup sugar
2 cups water
1/2 tsp lemon juice

Soak the dal for about 3 to 4 hours. Grind it to a smooth paste without adding much water. Mix the colour and rice flour to it.

Make a sugar syrup and add the lemon juice to it to avoid formation of lumps.

I had a plastic bottle which my mom had got with a jalebi mix pack several years ago. In case you dont have one, you can use the ziploc method suggested by Dhivya.

Pour the batter into it and make jhangri in medium hot oil. When cooked on both sides, dip it in the sugar syrup for a minute and transfer to serving plate.

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Raks said...

My all time favourite sweet EC ! Hav tried 2,3 times but never came out well! so dropped trying ;) But now in our foodblog friends step by step procedure , I think it will surely come out well!Looks Nice!

kamala said...

Jhangri looks perfect.I never got
the shapes like u.Looks delicious

Pooja V said...

Gorgeous looking jhangari. Completely drool-icious.

Dhivya said...

looking delicious girl...I am Very Happy to know that you tried out.

thanks for trusting me and trying out my recipe...hope u enjoyed the jangri as much as we do...keep going..

Cham said...

The jhangri shape came out so well :)

Namratha said...

Looks gr8 E, love it...its one of my fav sweets too...miss it so much here. I guess its time for me to try it at home :)

Revathi said...

wowww home-made jangiris ??? I wish I can try this out.

Unknown said...

mouthwatering jangris..

Anonymous said...

jhangri supero super
Made jhangri recipe many times by seeing this.
yummy looking demo .
please share this link in your blog.I dont have blog and iam new to this ulagam.

Laavanya said...

That looks really good.. I know dhivya's post was very tempting :)

Finla said...

Oh how come i misses this post, one of my all time favourite dessert.
You have made it so beautiful.
blackgram dal is it urid dal with the skin on?

EC said...

@ Raks Kitchen..ya, it does need a lot of practice. If you could go through the video link given in comments by Amudha, maybe it would be helpful.

@ Kamala, Poojaa, Dhivya, Cham, Namratha, Revathi, Divya, Amudha, Laavanya...Thanks,

@ Happy cook..thanks a lot. Blackgram dal is urid dal without skin

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