Friday, 8 July 2011

Kheer Malpua

Malpua is a very popular dessert of Eastern India. It is very easy to prepare at home. I found it hit among all regardless of age because of its crispy yet soft feel, so to meet the demand (because, no one can eat just one !) after you start serving it, the number of Malpua you will prepare should be sufficient to feed everybody to their full-to-throat satisfaction ! And it will not take more than half an hour for preparing it !


Khawa - 1 cup
Flour - 1/2 cup
Sugar- 1 cup
Water - 1/3 cup
Kewra water - 1 tsp
Some paper towel (to soak extra ghee)


Make a smooth paste of khawa and Flour in mixer without water.
Make small balls (8-9 in no.) of the mix.
Press it with your palms to make flat malpua just like "tikki".
Heat 4-5 tsp of ghee in kadai.
Fry both the sides of malpua in low flame.
When it turns golden brown, remove it from the kadai.
Soak the extra ghee with paper towel.
Boil 1/3 cup of water and add 1 cup of sugar to make a thick syrup.
Add 1 tsp of kewra water to it.
Add malpua to the sugar syrup.
Your malpuas are ready!
You can serve it hot or you can refrigerate it, it can be savoured bothways.

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