Malpua with Rabdi









You will need:- Malpua
  • 3/4 cup wholemeal wheat flour
  • 1/4 cup plain flour and semolina
  •  1tbsp sugar
  • 1/4 cup yogurt beaten
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 1 cup water
  • 1 tsp fennel seeds crushed
  • few whole black pepper crushed
  • Ghee for frying


You will need :- Sugar syrup ( chasni )
  • 250 g sugar
  • 3/4 cup water
  • 1/2 tsp cardamom powder
  •  slivered pistachios and almonds for garnishing

Method:-
Place all the ingredients in one bowl for malpua except ghee and make smooth batter. Leave it a side for minimum 1 hour.
To make sugar syrup place sugar and water in a pan and boil on medium heat. Simmer for 5-6 minutes and make a one thread chasni. Turn off the heat, leave chasni aside.
Heat ghee in a shallow frying pan on a edium heat ( flat bottom pan ) , upto 1/3 it's depth.
When ghee is hot, add one tbsp of batter in the pan. cook one side and flip carefully with perforated spoon and tongs.Fry the other side till the malpua is golden brown. Drop the malpua in hot sugar syrup and drain the malpua and garnish with pistachio and almonds with Rabdi.



You will need :- Rabdi


Method:-
Place milk to boil in a heavy bottom pan or kadai, stirring continuously.
When starts boiling, lower the heat and keep stirring till milk is in 2/3 in volume.
Now add sugar and masala and cook thickened milk further 5-6 minutes.
Cool to room temperature and chill.
Serve with hot Malpua.






11 comments

  1. Wow - Looks great. Never made malpua. I love the photographs Jagruti. They look so fantastic with the holi colours.

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  2. looks real great love that dollop of rabdi on top. happy holi to you too.

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  3. the pics are so tempting Jagruti!...i would love to take a bite!...Happy Holi!

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  4. Grt looking malpua n rabdi..looks awesome

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  5. delicious sweet for the occasions..yummy yumm

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  6. happy women's day and happy holy .. malpusa and rabri .. looks very yummy ..thank u so much for sharing

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  7. Malpuas looks yummy...Happy Celebrations.

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  8. Awesome malpuas... I am drooling here.

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  9. Have to find a place that sells this. Bye bye My dear diet I will miss you. Really Diet, It's all Jags fault.
    Love Ash.

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  10. Love the pictures. Absolutely love malpua. Happy Holi.

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  11. Malpuas and rabri is the best combination...
    Jagruti, I must tell you that your malpuas are as good as the ones I ate in Pushkar (Ajmer)..which is known for its malpuas....

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