HISTORY OF GULABJAMUN
Gulab jamuns (translated very roughly as ‘rose-fruits’) got their name from the fact that they resemble a jamun (a subcontinent fruit) shape-wise and are usually soaked in a rosewater-scented syrup.
While some say they were introduced by Central Asian Turkic invaders to the subcontinent, others claim that they were discovered accidentally by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan’s personal chef.
Essentially, they are deep fried balls made of milk powder, flour, butter and cream or milk, and then soaked in sugar syrup. I know they sound terrible when I put it like that, but they are oh-so-delectable.
Although it’s difficult to describe something that just melts in your mouth once bitten into, something which travels through your food pipe filling it with its warmth and leaving you with a kind of satisfaction that only really good food can give.
Last weekend we went for a mouth watering breakfast to TULARAM RASGULLE WALE. Undoubtedly they serve most tempting and yummy gulabjamuns in the world. We had samosas, raita and gulabjamuns in our breakfast.
TULARAM is serving since 1994 and there is always rush in their shop whenever you visit.
Address:- Tularam Restaurant, In front of RAILWAY STATION, NH 74, Dhampur RD, Nagina, Uttar Pradesh 246762