Thursday, January 19, 2012

Kubboos Dumplings

Here comes another recipe with left over kubboos. I prepared dumplings out of it and they were soft and the whole family loved it. Here goes the recipe.
Kubboos/ Arabic bread powdered: 2cups (.blend in blender to get it powdered)
Milk Powder: ¼ cup (optional)
Milk: needed
Baking powder: a pinch
Ghee/butter: 1tbsp
Sugar: 1cup
Water: ½ cup
Cardamom pods: 2
Lemon Juice: 1tbsp
Oil: for frying
Method of Preparation
In a bowl add kubboos powder, milk powder, baking powder and mix well with hand.
Add butter and add milk little by little to get smooth dough. (Consistency of gulab jamum)
Roll into small lemon sized balls out of it. Deep fry in oil till all sides becomes golden brown and cooked well.
Meanwhile prepare sugar syrup
Heat a pan and add sugar, water and cardamom pods to it.
When sugar dissolves and you get one thread consistency add lemon juice and switch off the flame.
Put the prepared dumplings in warm sugar syrup.

Sending this to ABC series Desserts event hosted by Ramya
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Ganga Sreekanth said...

ithu kollam ktto.........will try

Radhika said...

This very much look like the gulab jamoons made from bread. Lovely recipe. First time here and glad to follow you.

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Santosh Bangar said...

wow new idea of making simple easy &delicious sweet

simran said...

nice!simple and delicious. said...

looking like gulab jamoons.nice recipe.

Roshni said...

very tempting

Ramya said...

jamuns with kubboos is such a unique are very innovative..thanks for linking with my event

Roshu said...

What an idea madamjieee!!!!gud job dear!!!

Hema said...

Yet Another awesome recipe, checked your Arabic bread recipe too, will try both..

Jeyashris Kitchen said...

nice and interesting recipe

divya said...

Mouthwatering here, wat a terrific and super tempting dish..

Plateful said...

You mad this with kubbous? Interesting!

Julie said...

Never tasted these..but simply fabulous from the pictures..

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Carol Pereira said...

never tried this before....very interesting....looks yumm faseela!

Christy Gerald said...

Very inviting dumplings dear.Must have tasted good 2.

Torviewtoronto said...

delicous looking gulab jamuns with bread

Mélange said...

Wonderful and cute..Love to grab all those dear.

@lekshmi said...

kollallo....kandittu unniyappam pole undu....