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Malpua-The Royal Indian Dessert

Festivals are round the corner and a festival cannot be complete without a Dessert.

This Malpua made with wheat flour- milk- sugar and dry fruits will give a savory end to your festival menu.Sugar syrup not only adds glaze to the pua but also give it a sweet taste and make it regal.

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For Making Pua

  • Wheat Flour- 2 Cups (500 gm)
  • Dry Fruits- Cashew, almonds, pistachio, raisins – 250 gm
  • Sugar Powder /sugar Grains 250 gm
  • Ghee/Oil to deep fry the pua/cakes
  • Milk 1 cup

For Making Syrup

  • 2 cups Sugar
  • 1 cup water
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • Cinamamom powder/seeds

Method:

Sieve Wheat Flour, add this to milk and mix

Add the chopped dry fruits and mix

pua 1

In a deep vessel, heat oil, it should not be very hot but medium hot other wise pua will burn

Put 1-2 tablespoon batter depending on the size you want and pur into the centre of veesel in oil

Cook from both sides, by flipping carefully using spatula and knife

p2

Making syrup

Let the water  boil in deep vessel and add sugar to this.You can check the consistency by keeping a drop of sticky syrup between your fingers ,if this form one line,it’s done.

Pour this syrup and spread evening  over the pua so that it spreads evenly on all the pua.

Let Pua soak in this sugar syrup/chasni.

Serve warm for better taste.

Your Royal Indian dessert is ready.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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