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Last Updated Thursday December 08 2016 01:43 AM IST

Potato Jamun

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Potato Jamun

Jamuns with potatoes? Well, why not! This specialty is novel, unique and sounds very tempting! A sure shot winner among the kids, potato jamuns are easy to whip up and is a delicious treat, be it an occasion, or a lazy day at home!

Ingredients

300g sugar
150g potatoes (boiled and mashed)
100g refined wheat flour (maida)
Baking powder, a pinch
Cardamom powder, a pinch
100g milk khoa
Oil, as required

Preparation

Place the sugar in a vessel, and with the required amount of water, make a sugar syrup. Keep aside.
Mix the cooked and mashed potatoes, refined wheat flour (maida), baking powder, powdered cardamom and khoa, and knead into soft dough, as is done for chapattis.
Roll out the dough into small balls. Fry the balls in hot oil till golden brown. Drain the oil.
Place the fried balls in the syrup and serve hot.

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