Monday, August 22, 2011

Zaikedaar Malpua

Firstly Wishing everyone of you a Very Happy Krishna Janmashtami !!

"Choti choti gaiyan, chote chote gawaal,
chote se mere, madan gopal
mor mukut mathe saaje, gale mein swaranmaal,
chote se mere madan gopal
Kaano mein karanphool, haathon mein ratnajadhit hath haar,
chote se mere madan gopal
pitamber saaje tan pe, uspe sundar motiyon ki maal
chote se mere madan gopal
pairon mein jhanjhar sohe, jab nache hari angana dwaar.
Chote se mere madan gopal
Bhaye sab ke mann ko bal gopal,Karke solah shringar,
chote se mere Madan Gopal"

For this Auspicious day i was thinking why not make something sweet... as they say .. whenever you do it .. do it sweet. Hence came the idea of  "Malpua" I must admit this is one of the easiest and tasty sweet dish. Making Malpua has also got many methods.. but the one i know is the one i learn't it from my grand mom and mom. So lets start preparing it.


Ghee                            For Deep Frying
Maida                          - 2 Cups
Fresh Milk                   - 2 Cups
Cardamom  Powder    - 2 Tsp

For Sugar Syrup:

Sugar                          - 6 Cups
Water                          - 4 Cups


Firstly, Mix the sugar and water andf heat it in simmer till it turns out as a transparent Sugar syrup

In a bowl add maida, fresh milk and powder and mix well seeing to it that no lumps form. The batter needs to be like dosa batter.. not to liquidity and not to thick.
Set the mixture aside for 1/2 hour.

Heat the ghee in a pan and then slowly pour the mixture in it forming flat pan cakes.

Fry them until light brown as u see in the pic besides.

Once fried put the malpua in the sugar syrup and dip them once and then serve them.

You can use pieces of Pista or cashew nuts  for garnishing.

Serve it HOT !!



Shaheen said...

This recipe is new to me, thanks for sharing.

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