Gulamba in Nani's Style | How to make Gulamba in Nani's Style
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About Gulamba in Nani's Style Recipe
When I was a kid, every year my Naniji used to send her special homemade Gulamba for me. And I use to eat only chapati and gulamba for both the meals. Basically, Gul is Jaggery and Amba is mango hence, Gulamba. This can be prepared with Jaggery but I specially like it with Sugar. My Naniji passed this recipe to her daughter when she got married and later mom passed it to me. I made it a few times of course under Nani's and Mom's guidance and the result is seen. Today, even just a bite takes me right back. So, here's my ultimate favorite seasonal preparation preserved from generation to generation, Gulamba.
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Ingredients to make Gulamba in Nani's Style
- Rajapuri mango 1, raw
- For the Chashni (1 string sugar syrup):
- sugar 1 cup
- Water 1 cup
- Milk 1 tbsp
- A pinch of cardamom powder
- Saffron 4 strands
How to make Gulamba in Nani's Style
My Tip:1. My cup measures 200ml. 2. Once cool, store the Gulamba in a glass container preferably in a cool and dry place. It will stay good even for a year.