Gulab jaman is a traditional Pakistani sweet. It is one of the prime sweets to be distributed at celebrations and happy moments.
In Pakistani and Asian Muslims culture, a term Munh Meetha Karana (to sweeten the mouth) is used when there is some sort of happiness takes place. And people go and buy gulab jamuns or rasgulla to sweeten the mouth of relatives, friends and family.
Now you are not bound to run to the sweet shop. Find the recipe presented here by KFoods.com and learn how to make gulab jamun at home in Urdu.
So it's time to sweeten the mouth with your homemade gulab jamans.
History of Gulaab Jaman
Gulab jaman was made first time in India; some believe that it was brought by Persians who came to India.
Another belief about it suggests that it was introduced by cook of Mughal king Shah Jahan.
The term Gulab Jamun consists of two different words in which 'gulab' refers to rosewater which is part of the
recipe. Whereas 'jamun' is a fruit grown in Pakistan. As it is scented with rose-water and looks like jamun fruit,
it was named Gulab Jaman.