Royal sweets. Indian treats 3 for £6. incl Gajar Halwa, Rassomalai, Gulab Jamun etc @ Asda
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Royal sweets. Indian treats 3 for £6. incl Gajar Halwa, Rassomalai, Gulab Jamun etc @ Asda

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Found 16th Jun 2015
Stock up on your favourite Indian sweet treats at Asda.

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Royal Kalajam
Royal Chum Chum
Royal Gulabjam
Royal Rassogulla
Royal Rassomalai
Royal Gajar Halwa

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Love hot gulab jamun with vanilla ice cream

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Aprilfool1

Love hot gulab jamun with vanilla ice cream


I like it as well, but you should be aware that hot + cold is terrible for the teeth

Rasgulla taste funny the gulab jaman aint sweet but do the job heat op

amzzzzyyyy

Rasgulla taste funny the gulab jaman aint sweet but do the job heat op


The Rasgulla has a rubbery texture.

Also in Tesco aswell.

It's a standard deal in tesco 365 days a year

Rasgulla all the way

Their ras malai are weird but the milk is nice. I prefer their gulab jamun, still can't beat mummys homemade

ebZan

I prefer their gulab jamun, still can't beat mummys homemade



Which is exactly why most men prefer older women

Gulab jaman mmm, can't get enough of them , but have to watch the sugar.

What do these names mean if they were translated into English?

I love Indian food but never tried a dessert or sweet thing

same offer in tesco as well

nasty

Gollywood

What do these names mean if they were translated into English?I love … What do these names mean if they were translated into English?I love Indian food but never tried a dessert or sweet thing



There is no translation but if you say white mish-tee, light brown mishtee, dark brown mishtee, flat white mishtee anywhere people should know what you mean lol Supermarket ones arent very good. I would try light/dark brown mishtee ( £2.80 or so a box) from shop called alur uddin sweets if you have one near by and white flat mishtee (roshmallali) from ambala sweets (£4 or so a box). Both these shops are opposite each other in brick lane so its easy for me. This month will be very busy so bare it in mind you may wait in a long que.

Gollywood

What do these names mean if they were translated into English?I love … What do these names mean if they were translated into English?I love Indian food but never tried a dessert or sweet thing



https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gulab_jamun
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ras_malai
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gajar_Ka_Halwa

Out of the three, Gulab Jamun is my favourite, it's like a sweet cake ball in a sugary saffron syrup. But I prefer it homemade to shop bought, or to a restaurant version.

Gajar Halwa is like a sweet carrot mush, and I don't mind it homemade, but I'm not sure I'd try a ready made version.

Ras Malai is a ball of paneer (cheese curd), in a sweet milky cream, and I've tried it both homemade and a restaurant version, and I personally just don't like it, maybe it's an acquired taste?
Edited by: "npo" 19th Jun 2015

These are usually a bit expensive, but you can't go wrong with £2 a pop.

These are known to be in the trade as "diabetes agents"!

warm garjar halwa with ice cream is the one!!!

I have tried these when on offer in the past but wouldn't buy again. I found them much sweeter than restaurant versions and not as nice.

yeah boi

Banned

Nice to see no trolls ruining a Ramadan deal thread .

I wish they had these in my local

Hello diabetes, how are you?

Gollywood

What do these names mean if they were translated into English?I love … What do these names mean if they were translated into English?I love Indian food but never tried a dessert or sweet thing


Look in a Indian dictionary.

Just for the record, if you have an Ambala or 'Sanam' indian/pakistani sweet shop anywhere near you then their offerings are far far superior to anything you'd get pre-packaged in a supermarket chain. I know it kinda seems like the same thing but you're really talking about a world of difference. If you're unsure then just pop into one and ask for a small mixed box (maybe £3/4) or up to £8-14 for a medium/large box - it's done by weight so you can just ask. If you want to be specific then Gulab Jamon and the various Burfees are classic favourites. There's also 'jelibiya' that are fantastic fresh on their own or heavenly if in a bowl of warm milk.

It will be 'Eid' (end of Ramadan) around the 18th July so if you pop into one on that weekend expect to see about 100,000,000 with the same idea!
Edited by: "sethjohnson555" 19th Jun 2015

Just finished my ambala rasmalai order, now tempted to get more.

ok for the price

Droup

These are known to be in the trade as "diabetes agents"!


Lol! would agree.

Made some amazing 'penda' from the microwave if you can believe it!. Recipe from showmethecurry.com
Literally 3 ingredients & they went down a treat,well 100 can't be that wrong eh!.


We all love Ras Malai, especially the NANAK brand. They are usually sold in Morrissons, SIRA and many Asian supermarkets.
They are just too awesome, compared to even Ambala/Royal/HomeMade.

yummy ...voted hot

shaysmum

Made some amazing 'penda' from the microwave if you can believe it!. … Made some amazing 'penda' from the microwave if you can believe it!. Recipe from showmethecurry.comLiterally 3 ingredients & they went down a treat,well 100 can't be that wrong eh!.



nice spot op, would love to try making my own though

shaysmum - do you have a link please? the only recipe I found was for 'peda' and not microwave based. tia

saw this same deal in Tesco last night

Forgive my ignorance. Can you get 'diet' versions of Asian sweets?

I think some of these sweets were priced individually at 97p in Asda Bury

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Gollywood

Forgive my ignorance. Can you get 'diet' versions of Asian sweets?



lol no!

tha_laydee

nice spot op, would love to try making my own thoughshaysmum - do you … nice spot op, would love to try making my own thoughshaysmum - do you have a link please? the only recipe I found was for 'peda' and not microwave based. tia



Here you go:
showmethecurry.com/des…tml

I mixed chocolate chips with one batch for the kids, they loved em!

cri

CommentI like it as well, but you should be aware that hot + cold is … CommentI like it as well, but you should be aware that hot + cold is terrible for the teeth

What?!

MAdam98

What?!


Sensitive teeth?
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