Friday, July 15, 2011

Home made Malpua

This 'malpua' recipe reminds me of my mom....how she used to make these so soft and tasty....that I used to eat only malpuas in dinner on a malpua-day. When I first tried my hands on malpuas , they turned out too hard .....just like a rock [:P] yet my hubby dear ate them happily. Just like a bad hair day , a cook can have a bad cooking day. But when someone praises you for those messed up stuff...you just feel too good to be with that person. So that day I decided to make some soft ones very soon so that he can actually enjoy the malpuas. And I reconfirmed the recipe and the procedure with my mom. This time I did not want to take any risk.
Its a very homely preparation with minimal effort but a lots of love.

Ingredients :

1. All purpose flour (Maida)- 1 & 1/2 cup
2. Sugar- 4 to 5 tbs or according to your taste
3. Scrapped coconut- 1/2 cup
4. Banana (ripe)- 2
5. Milk- 3/4 cup
6. Oil to deep fry

Procedure :


  
Mix maida , sugar , coconut and mashed banana in a large bowl. Add milk step by step and mix it thoroughly. Keep it covered for half an hour. This will help the sugar to dissolve into the mixture. If you find your mixture a little more liquid , add some more maida. Otherwise the mixture will not bind properly and it will mess up while frying. Now heat oil in a kadhayi and when the oil is ready , pour some of the mixture with the help of a round-headed spatula. Fry the malpuas over low flame. Turn them occasionally so that they get fried evenly from each side. 
After frying remove them and keep on a napkin to remove the excess oil. Prepare a sugar syrup and dissolve the malpuas in it.


The malpuas taste the best when they are not hot.


Sending this event to Nayna' s event Flavours of Rajasthan.

And to the event Any one can cook :series 26.
Sending it to Indian Methai Mela.

18 comments:

  1. Yummy malpuas ~ tempting and my mouth is watering :D
    US Masala

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  2. Very new recipe for me, it's very interesting dear. Will try it soon.

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  3. Woww soo tempting malpua,delicious!

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  4. looks very yummy n delicious..tempting ones..

    Event:COOK IT HEALTHY:PROTEINicious

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  5. superb ..delicious recipe
    Saranya
    http://www.foodandtaste.blogspot.com/

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  6. delicious addition of coconut in the malupas looks wonderful
    following your yummy site

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  7. Wow!! Love malpuas. Gonna try this for sure.
    First time here. Do stop by my space when time permits. Thanks

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  8. hi kushi, i came to visit you to say congrats for getting the wonderful awards from ambreen.
    She gave the awards to me too. You do have a great blog . Have a nice day

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  9. Hmm! Yumm! Looks very delicious.

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  10. Some awards are waiting for you at my space. Please accept them :)

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  11. We often make this here! Famous one I would say...:)

    Feel like grabbing some from you now! :D

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  12. Thanks to alllllllllllll of u for such lovely words of appreciation :)

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  13. gr8 blog and very creative i must say!!! reli liked it!!! gr8 job...u might also like to check out some traditional recipes on my blog at:
    http://pakestanicuisine.blogspot.com/

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  14. hey thanks :)....had a look at your blog...it is really nice....and yes I loved allllll the mango recipes....as I am fond of mango

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  15. Thank you for linking this delicious sweet with Any One Can Cook :)

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