Gulab jamuns are a popular dessert in India. Once the gulab jamuns are out of the kadhai, it’s difficult for people with a sweet tooth to wait for the fried balls to be dipped the sugar syrup.
What if someone told you that not everyone likes sweet gulab jamuns? A Twitter user recently posted a photo of ‘Gulab Jamun ki sabzi’ and netizens have been scratching their heads.
Now I wish Sartaz’s last effort should have gone in vain. I wish the bomb never diffused! What kind of world he was even trying to save? A kind where people eat ‘Gulab Jamun ki Sabji’?
Faith in humanity is completely lost!
The curse of, call it westernization or globalization, (very conflicting issue) has forced people into making ridiculous stuff, that should have no place in a civilized society.
Every day, I lose my faith in humanity a little more. pic.twitter.com/WWEVNvzJLo— Harsh Mittal (@Bhand_Engineer) 14 August 2019
Walking back to the ‘Concern Of The Day’, someone shared a dish on Social Media called ‘Gulab Jamun Ki Sabji’
I mean, seriously? Your filthy mind didn’t even leave the ‘Sacred’ desert?
One question to whoever made this, why? What were you thinking! Is it a dessert or do you eat it with roti? Why does it even exist? Who thought of it? Will he/she find themselves in their own personal corner in hell?
Bc aisa kon khaata h?? pic.twitter.com/KKr97u43mx— barishrikant ?? (@drugzandcandyyy) 14 August 2019
How can I undo seeing this @IndianMale178 ?— ✰ Novemberschild ✰ (@romspeaks) 16 August 2019
RIP Gulab Jamun?— Under construction (@BargirFaiz) 16 August 2019
@Subhash_ati9— Farzi Cloud Logic فرضی لاجک (@FarziLogic) 15 August 2019
Time to leave this planet
Arre that’s ok.. gulab jamun is sweet when we dip it in chashni.. without chashni..It’s a nice spongy thing..We use that spongy thing to make sabji..It’s a shahi sabji..Rich and delicious..?— Bikhre Khayaal (@Haloedevil) 15 August 2019
Anyway, sparing you of any more of my whining, here’s how Twitter reacted to this ridiculous dish.
It might seem weird but gulab jamun ki sabzi is a traditional dish of Rajasthan. If the gulab jamun balls are not put in the sugar syrup they are just spongy edible balls without any taste, ready to soak any flavor they are put into.
The gravity of the situation demands efforts to restore faith in humanity. Well, hopefully someday mankind will see some sense and stop with, well, whatever this is.