Jalebi is a melt-in-the-mouth Indian street dessert and is among the top 10 most popular sweet or traditional mithai from the Indian desert cuisine. In simple words the Jalebi is a sugar crystallized flavored funnel cakes that is crispy and crunchy on the outside, juicy and chewy inside. Hot or cold, Jalebi is a heavenly indulgent treat found across India.
The first Indian text with a reference to jalebi is Priyamkarnrpakatha (1450 CE) – a Jain text composed by Jinasura, where he mentions jalebi as part of the dinner menu served by an Indian merchant. Later, in 1600 CE, the Sanskrit text, Gunyagunabodhini, enlists the ingredients and recipe of a dessert which is identical to the present-day jalebi.
Jalebi, also known as Jilapi, zulbia, mushabak and zalabia, is traditional indian sweet snack popular all over South Asia and Middle East. It is made by deep-frying maida flour batter in circular shapes, which are then soaked in sugar syrup. This jalebi dessert can be served warm or cold or in combination with other Indian Traditional Sweets Rabdi Jalebi is an good example.
“There is demand for our jalebi round the year, says Mithai Factory ”The North Indians, The Gujratis, The South Indians everyone loves our Jalebis.The USP of Jalebi is that it is prepared fresh and served hot to customers in the morning for breakfast and Evening as Snacks. These jalebis are eaten with breakfast as jalebi-poori or in the evening snack as Jalebi Samosa and Jalebi chai, or consumed alone. Our hot jalebi served with rabdi are the favourites of our customers. The Gujarati’s love jalebi with Fafda called Jalebi Fafda.
Our Mithai Facory’s Jalebis are ordered on daily basis by some customers and consumed as sweet dish after meals. Jalebis are traditional sweet dish and also served after Meals on daily basis.
Mithai Facotory on order also makes these famous types of jalebi’s in India. Paneer jalebi, Mawa Jalebi, Jaleba, Jangri Jalebi, Rabdi Jalebi, Khoya Jalebi, Urad ki Jalebi and Imarti Jalabi.