Sunday, 7 October 2012

Dessert Burger


Hi this is my first posting after a long time sorry to be not posting as there was renovations work going at my house anyway..............
 
This is my latest innovation for all you viewers this dessert came to me as a thought just today in the morning and I immediately started working on it and here it is I sincerely hope you to will love this dessert and will make this at your home and if you like the same request you to leave your comment.
 
 

Ingredients:
 
Gulab Jamun - 2 Nos (Make it big and shape like a bun)
Vermicelli - 1/4 cup (Boiled)
Milkmaid - 1tbsp
Cream - 1 tbsp
Food colour - 1 drop (Optional)
Malai - 2 tbsp
Strawberry crush - 2 tbsp
 
For the Patty:
 
Paneer - 100 gms
Mawa - 50 gms
Cardamom Powder - 1/2 tsp
Dried Fruits - 1 tbsp (chopped)
Milkmaid - 2 tbsp
Strawberry crush - 1 tbsp (optional)
 
 
Method:

1.     Make the Gulab Jamuns and keep them aside.
2.     Boil milk and remove the malai on a plate arrange it like a slice and put it in the refrigerator to cool.
3.     Boil vermicelli and once done put it in a bowl pour in the milkmaid, fresh cream and green colour mix well and keep aside.
4.     Mix all the ingredients for the Patty and make into a round Patty and keep aside.
5.     Take the Gulab Jamun cut it from the bottom as you would cut the bun for the burger.
6.     Put the Patty on the lower end and on top of it put the Malai on the Patty like cheese and on top of it put the vermicelli over it pour some strawberry crush over it put the other half of the Gulab Jamun and pierce the sweet burger with a toothpick.
7.     Serve with Gajar ka Murrabba and strawberry crush on the side.

 

8 comments:

Divya Pramil said...

Wow awesome preparation dear :)
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Mina Joshi said...

The Gulab jamun dessert looks amazing. I found your recipe a bit difficult to understand. Could you please explain Step 2? Could it be a typing error?

Mina Joshi
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Vimitha Anand said...

Nice idea for gifts... Looks yummy

Priya R said...

what a different recipe never expected the jamun to be the burger :P shows your unique thinking, love it

Priya
Cook like Priya




manju nardas said...

Thanks for your feedback.It was a typing error.

Apu said...

Seriously tempting!! I adore gulab jamuns.

Vandana Rajesh said...

The burger looks so inviting, a dessert burger thats really so innovative.
Have a sandwiches and burgers event at my food blog, pl do join in http://cookingupsomethingnice.blogspot.com/2012/10/sandwiches-and-burgers-food-fun.html

Jay said...

sounds very interesting n new to me..
Tasty Appetite