Gulab Jamun is a popular Indian dessert that consists of deep-fried dough balls soaked in a sweet syrup. The dough is made by combining khoya (reduced milk solids) with flour and a pinch of cardamom powder for flavor. The balls are fried until golden brown and then soaked in a fragrant sugar syrup infused with rose water or saffron. The result is a soft, melt-in-your-mouth dessert with a delightful blend of sweetness and aromatic flavors. Gulab Jamun is often served warm and is enjoyed on festive occasions or as a sweet treat after a meal.