Malpua | Malpua Recipe | How to Make Malpua – Maharashtrian Recipes

Malpua | Malpua Recipe

 

Malpua

Malpua

 

Malpua is an Indian sweet pancake dish that is soaked in sugar syrup. These crispy delicious crepes are made with Maida (all-purpose flour) and milk. Malpua can also be made with khoya or milk powder but here we are using milk. Garnished with nutty pistachio, malpua tastes best when served with rabdi. Malpua is not only a popular dish in India, but also in Bangladesh. They are a staple sweet in Maharashtrian homes during festivals. Seasoned with Cardamom powder, this mildly fragrant dessert is a treat to your taste buds.

So let’s get started with this quick & easy Malpua recipe now;

 

Preparation Time: 10 Minutes

Cooking Time: 30 Minutes

Total Time : 40 Minutes

Serves for 3.

 

Ingredients:

1) 1/2 liter full cream milk

2) 2 tbsp all purpose flour

3) 1 cup  sugar

4) 2 cup water

5) Ghee for Deep frying

6) 1 tsp cardamom powder

7) Pistachios

 

Method:

In a heavy bottom pan heat milk and reduce till half a quantity.

Remove from flame and cool the reduced  milk .

Add 2 tbsp  all purpose flour,  mix well and make a batter of pouring consistency  for malpua.

In  another pan mix sugar, water and keep on medium heat make a syrup.

The consistency of syrup should not be thick.

Heat ghee in a kadai. Pour a little batter to form a malpua.

Turn it and fry from both the sides.

When it done from both the sides drain and dip in sugar syrup.

Garnish with chopped pistachios and serve warm.

 

How to Make Malpua Step by Step with images:

 

1) In a heavy bottom pan heat milk and reduce till half a quantity.

 

Milk

Milk

 

2) Remove from flame and cool the reduced  milk . Add 2 tbsp  all purpose flour,  mix well and make a batter of pouring consistency  for malpua.

 

Malpua batter

Malpua batter

 

3) In  another pan mix sugar, water and keep on medium heat make a syrup. The consistency of syrup should not be thick.

 

Sugar syrup

Sugar syrup

 

Sugar syrup

Sugar syrup

 

4) Heat ghee in a kadai. Pour a little batter to form a malpua.

 

Malpua

Malpua

 

5) Turn it and fry from both the sides.

 

Malpua

Malpua

 

6) When it done from both the sides drain and dip in sugar syrup.

 

malpua

malpua

 

7) Garnish with chopped pistachios and serve warm.

 

Malpua

Malpua

 

  1. tasneem hamid June 3, 2017, 9:00 am

    Very nice and understanding method

    Reply

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