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Royal Gulabjam Dessert 500G £2 @ Sainsbury's
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Royal Gulabjam Dessert 500G £2 @ Sainsbury's

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Posted 23rd May

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Same price at Tesco as part of the Ramadan offer I think - Eid Mubarak

Product Description
  • Soft spongy balls flavoured with cardamom and pistachio nuts in sweet syrup
  • No artificial sweeteners
  • Free from artificial colours, flavours and preservatives
  • Suitable for vegetarians

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Eid mubarak peeps !
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5/10 for taste
Eid mubarak peeps !
Soft spongy balls 😁
Lush served hot with ice cream on the side!
scallytoes23/05/2020 16:10

Lush served hot with ice cream on the side!


Thats one of my favourite dessert combination - nothing comes close - yum yum
Haha have u just walked down the Asian section in Sainsbury's lol
mancuk8723/05/2020 16:16

Haha have u just walked down the Asian section in Sainsbury's lol Haha have u just walked down the Asian section in Sainsbury's lol


haha you got me there
matwalaboy23/05/2020 16:20

haha you got me there


Ha ha good looking out well if anything you've really out me in the mood for some saag paneer now
mancuk8723/05/2020 16:21

Ha ha good looking out well if anything you've really out me in the mood …Ha ha good looking out well if anything you've really out me in the mood for some saag paneer now


mmm saag paneer - how I wish I had someone who could make it
matwalaboy23/05/2020 16:30

mmm saag paneer - how I wish I had someone who could make it


Me too I'm gonna be buying from my.local take away
matwalaboy23/05/2020 16:30

mmm saag paneer - how I wish I had someone who could make it


Mee too it's so niceeee
4 out of 10 for texture
Sorry, I love Gulabjaman but never from a packet like this 🤮. It’s such a weird texture from these packets and drowned in water syrup. Better to get it from an actual Asian sweet shop, 1000 times better.
Same price at Tesco too
Best served warm with a scoop of ice cream.

My fave is rasamalai!!!
Couldn't resist, tried it. I won't ever buy this again. They have completely messed it up with this reduced sugar nonsense - the syrup needs to be thick and rich, not this watery rubbish.
This is not proper gulabjamun
Ambala ones from the shop are the ones I love! But heat for the deal
Boycott Sainsbury's they are selling royal gulabjam desserts and they are halal. That's why I'm boycotting Sainsbury's
matwalaboy23/05/2020 16:30

mmm saag paneer - how I wish I had someone who could make it



Yukkkk!
R3DN4T10N23/05/2020 19:09

Ambala ones from the shop are the ones I love! But heat for the deal



The nicest sweets are from Bengal. Pakistani and Indian ( bar West Bengal ) sweets are rubbish. I would not even step foot in Nawal or Ambala.
zworld23/05/2020 20:05

The nicest sweets are from Bengal. Pakistani and Indian ( bar West Bengal …The nicest sweets are from Bengal. Pakistani and Indian ( bar West Bengal ) sweets are rubbish. I would not even step foot in Nawal or Ambala.


Personal choice
zworld23/05/2020 20:05

The nicest sweets are from Bengal. Pakistani and Indian ( bar West Bengal …The nicest sweets are from Bengal. Pakistani and Indian ( bar West Bengal ) sweets are rubbish. I would not even step foot in Nawal or Ambala.


I agree that Bengali sweets are very good but you need to visit a proper North Indian sweet shop like Haldiram - quite a selection they have.
Same price at Morrisons too. The Sainsbury's close to me does not stock Indian sweets.
Edited by: "T2G" 23rd May
zworld23/05/2020 20:05

The nicest sweets are from Bengal. Pakistani and Indian ( bar West Bengal …The nicest sweets are from Bengal. Pakistani and Indian ( bar West Bengal ) sweets are rubbish. I would not even step foot in Nawal or Ambala.


Every part of India has a different cuisine. You saying you have tried all of it? What most people think is Indian food is typically just from North India.
bozo00723/05/2020 22:42

Every part of India has a different cuisine. You saying you have tried all …Every part of India has a different cuisine. You saying you have tried all of it? What most people think is Indian food is typically just from North India.



South Indian food is the worst! Curry leaves and coconut milk in everything. Yes, I have tried them.
zworld23/05/2020 23:38

South Indian food is the worst! Curry leaves and coconut milk in …South Indian food is the worst! Curry leaves and coconut milk in everything. Yes, I have tried them.



Then you have probably just eaten the generic, stereotypical dishes. Different strokes for different folks, I suppose. I love South Indian food, all the different stuff from all 4 regions within South India. Not many good South Indian restaurants in UK unfortunately compared to North Indian ones. In London, on the top end are Quilon with a Michelin star and Hoppers. A more budget option in Ganapati in Peckham. Anyway, we digress from the actual subject of this thread.
Edited by: "bozo007" 24th May
bozo00724/05/2020 10:20

Then you have probably just eaten the generic, stereotypical dishes. …Then you have probably just eaten the generic, stereotypical dishes. Different strokes for different folks, I suppose. I love South Indian food, all the different stuff from all 4 regions within South India. Not many good South Indian restaurants in UK unfortunately compared to North Indian ones. In London, on the top end are Quilon with a Michelin star and Hoppers. A more budget option in Ganapati in Peckham. Anyway, we digress from the actual subject of this thread.



We disgress. But, I tried food at Chennai Dosa and Sarvana bhavan.
Edited by: "zworld" 24th May
zworld24/05/2020 10:37

We disgress. But, I tried food at Chennai Dosa and Sarvana bhavan.


Saravana Bhavan in UK is a horrible implementation compared to the parent in Chennai.
Fresh Jalebi is the best!
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