My daughters requested for traditional sweet.

@amnabas (10549)
Karachi, Pakistan
January 28, 2016 11:30am CST
Yeah my daughters are too clever. They were watching TV today and we were having a dinner and suddenly the kids on the Indian show talked about traditional sweet "gulag jamun". My kids ask their dad to bring on this sweet when he returns after praying. It's basically a milk solid based desserts which are round in shape after frying they are dipped into sugar syrup. Well they enjoyed it alot.
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@T_gray (7805)
• Salina, Kansas
28 Jan 16
Anything sweet I am willing to try. Sounds yummy.
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@just4him (132645)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
28 Jan 16
I'm sure they did. It sounds good.
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@amadeo (78583)
• United States
28 Jan 16
sounds good.A bit too much sugar there?
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@else34 (13601)
• New Delhi, India
29 Jan 16
@amnabas,Gulab jamun !! You made my mouth water.What a coincidence!! I had enjoyed a couple of gulab jamuns half an hour back and now responding to this post of yours.
@patgalca (14664)
• Orangeville, Ontario
29 Jan 16
There are a couple of women on vlogs that I have heard mention Tim Tams. I had never heard of them before. I actually saw them in the store today. I paid a little bit more attention to the foods from different countries as one of the vloggers does weekly taste tests with treats from different countries. You might want to check her out. Her vlog on YouTube is The Secret Life of Vivian.
@sissy15 (5762)
• United States
29 Jan 16
hmm, sounds different. My son will usually eat just about anything sweet, but it's rare we give him sugar, as he is sensitive to it and it can make him sick if he eats too much. Usually he'll settle for cookies. It sounds good though.
• Philippines
29 Jan 16
oh, no sweets for me, wished to see a picture of it.