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Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Wordless Wednesday








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I know it is supposed to be wordless Wednesday where I have to upload pic(s) only, and no word at all.

On the other hand,  I am fully aware of the fact that after uploading the image  all comments would be like what is thisssssss?

wasy tu you know should know what is this., if not then  Google it, lazy ass !

But I love ya , so for your info,  this is  Gulab Jamun  an Indian/Pakistani dessert made out of fried milk balls soaked in sweet rose-water flavored syrup. Its one of my best loved  desert. They are so soft and sweet. Recipe here!


Photo credit:
geomaza.com/gulab-jamun

41 comments:

  1. GULAAAAB JAMAAAAAAN ^_^
    One has to be a Paki to know how amah-zingly mouth-watering they are :D
    I love the ones that are served with Sheera :D

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  2. I'm licking my monitor as I write this.

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    1. Hahahah, visit Pakistan and try them out!

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  3. this looks tasty :D Thanks for sharing

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  4. I love this mouth watering sweet ghulaab jaaman, but I do avoid them for the invisible disadvatages attached with them (MAKHEEIAAN).

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  5. That looks delicious. Nice blog, follow me.

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  6. I never have heard of this food, is this for when you can break fast?. They look more like fruit than something that is made with milk.Looks nice though.It surely beats chips and egg.

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  7. Yum...I love me some Gulab Jamun. I used to call me Gulla as a kid lol.

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  8. Yumm....! mouth-watering! are these homemade?

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  9. They look delicious.

    I emailed you a few days ago from my sunchi mailer, I'll send it again though as I hadn't had a reply.

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  10. I've seen these before but never tried them. Fried dough? Yes please

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  11. I likeeeee... but I usually stop after 1 bite.. too sweet for me! :)) My aunt is an expert doing this!

    XOXO!

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  12. i love it ... one of my favorites :-)

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  13. Hmm with coconut sprinkle and with soft ice cream a treat.

    Let me know your thoughts on 'Greatness Under Worn-out Garments' when you get some time. Would appreciate what you think and feel?

    Take Care

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  14. They look absolutely yummy <3

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  15. it looks deliciouse :D and it only the shape is like luqaimat ( Arabian food) AGAIN it's not the same BUT THE shape is the same :)

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  16. here goes my comment ......... (because it's wordless, joke!)
    it looks so yummy!!!!

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  17. It looks so yummy Izdiher! I too love gulab jamoon - we make it here in Malaysia too.

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  18. I think this is equivalent to our pastillas :) Ooo sweet tooth :P

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  19. I think this is equivalent to our pastillas :) Ooo sweet tooth!

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  20. hmmmmm...the pictures sends me delicious signals.. (my jaw drops)

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  21. It looks like a fruit. I don't know how to cook but I love to eat! It really looks appetiting though it's a dessert. YUMMY!

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  22. Hi Izdiher

    I am sorry that I have not been around for the last hile. but I have my Mum staying with me at the moment and feel guilty if I don't give her my time and so haven't been on the computer much.

    Hope all is well with you.

    I will have so much catching up to do
    when Mum goes home that it will take me until Christmas
    to get through all the posts I have missed!

    Have a lovely weekend.


    x Fiona

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  23. I didn't know what it was, so thanks for sharing. Looks delicious! Have a wonderful weekend!

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  24. i know what it is:D OMG!yummyyyyyyyyy!!

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  25. Hi Izdiher!From today,i amm folowing you!Thank you for your visit!We do here the same!We call them loukoumadas,and at the top a lot of honey!Have i nice week!!Greetings from Athens!!

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  26. I have a sweet tooth so I'll definitely love this! ヅ

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  27. I love everything with rose water! I've never tasted this desert but Im very sure I'd love it. Because Pakistani food is simply the best!

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  28. Nice post. :DD

    I followed you already. Mind following back? :)

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  29. Wowww... My favourite sweet! I am hungry!!!! :D

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