I have tasted Jalebi only twice before I made this on my own last weekend. First time it was from Sri Krishna sweets,Vj bought me as I said I have never tasted before. And as it was my first time, I din’t like it that much and more over, some times, in some sweets, I don’t like too much of ghee smell. Especially in Sri Krishna sweets. The ghee smell just freaks me out. But the second time I was offered at a friend’s place and it was just awesome without any over dose of the ghee smell. So I loved it. But I never got chance to go to sweet shop and buy Jalebi for myself. Thanks to the busy schedule when we go to India and my weight🙄.
I took this recipe from Aipi’s USmasala blog, hers look so so perfect that I bookmarked right away when she posted. Though I could not do 100% justice to her jalebi looks, I am totally impressed with the taste. Its was so crisp, sweet and yummy. Firstly I made thick jalebis, but vj asked me to do it thin as he likes that way,so I did it very thin. He loved it very much😍.
Enjoy hot jalebi or store in containers after cooled down, stays crisp for 4-5 days too.