VIDEO: Sweet Indian Jalebis

By Mark Wiens 12 Comments

One of the most popular sweets in all of India is something known as a jalebi.

It begins with a batter that’s funneled into hot oil in unique swirl shapes. After turning golden brown, the jalebis are transferred to a thick syrup flavored with rose water, and allowed to be saturated with sweetness.

Old and Famous Jalebi Wala in Old Delhi, India, is one of the most famous places in all of India for this sweet treat!

Here’s the video…

Thanks you for watching!

(if you can’t see the video, watch Old Famous Jalebi Wala on YouTube)

Thank you for watching, and if you ever visit Delhi, sample a hot fresh jalebi at Old Famous Jalebi Wala!

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  • Roshan Kumar

    2 months ago

    yes, of course, Jalebi is the oldest and traditional sweet of India. Its taste is too good.

  • Nishi

    3 months ago

    Wow the name Jalebis feels like mouth watering. This is one of best Indian sweets which most of the people love. Thanks for the video.

  • Laura

    8 years ago

    Wow this Indian Jalebis are mouth watering.There are many other sweets too like Rasgulla, Gulam Jamun etc.. Really tasty too thanks for your video.

    • Mark Wiens

      8 years ago

      Hey Laura, thanks, yes some Indian desserts are amazing!

  • Shalu Sharma

    8 years ago

    Being Indian, I am happy to see that you made a video on this dish. I love jalabis. It can be sweet but its worth eating when its hot.

  • [email protected]

    8 years ago

    Hi there! lovely watching the video with one of the most loved sweets in India. The other famous Indian sweets or sweet dishes include, Gulaab Jamun, Rusgulla, Mishti Doi, Kheer etc

    • Mark Wiens

      8 years ago

      Thanks Benjamin for the other sweets suggestions. I had some gulab jamun and it was excellent as well!

  • sully86

    8 years ago

    feel jelly good watching this video!! eheheheh

  • Shanta

    8 years ago

    Hi Mark we get Jelabis at our Market here in Trinidad they are delish!