Gulab Jamun (Gulab Jamun also wrote) is a milky-solid South Asian sweet, which is especially popular in the Indian subcontinent, especially in India, Nepal (where it is known as Lal Mohan), Pakistan And Bangladesh (where it is known) as Gulb jam) as well as Myanmar. This is also characteristic of Mauritius, Fiji, South and East Africa, the Malay Peninsula and the Caribbean in Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana, Suriname, and Jamaica. It is produced mainly from milk powder, traditionally from Hoa, which reduces the stability of the soft dough. Name the current recipes for dry/dry milk instead of Hoa. To improve the taste, it is often adorned with dried nuts, such as almonds.