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Thursday, April 29, 2010

Malpua (Indian Pancakes)





A very popular Indian sweet prepared in many parts of India cooked during festivities. For all those who have never made this at home try this recipe I'm sure you will love it and get hooked to these delicious pancakes.

Serves:12-14, Preparation time: 20-25 minutes

Ingredients:
1 ltr Milk
1/2 cup all purpose Flour
1/4 cup Semolina/ Sooji
1 1/2 Saunf (Fennel seeds)
2 tsp Almonds flake 
A few strands of Saffron
600 gms Sugar
2.5 cups Water
1tsp Cardamom/ eliachi powdered 
Oil or Ghee for frying

Method for sugar syrup: In a large vessel mix water and sugar. Bring it to boiling temperature and keep stirring. Add few strands of saffron strands, 1/2 tsp cardamom powder and 1/2 tsp fennel seeds. Once the syrup is done you get a single string consistency or you can check by dipping your spoon into the mixture and pull it off, if the mixture drips off in a stream then it's ready . 

Method for making pancakes: Boil milk in a heavy bottomed pan on low heat, till it becomes 1/2 litre, then set aside to cool. Mix sooji, maida, 1tsp sugar, fennel seeds into milk and let it sit for 2-3 hours. Heat ghee/oil in a frying pan, carefully spread 1 tbsp of maida-sooji batter in a disc shape, cook both sides till golden brown. Dip the fried pancakes into the sugar syrup for about 5 minutes and lay out on a plate. The puas now become Malpua!! Similarly prepare more malpuas with the remaining batter. Serve hot garnished with almond flakes.
                                          


User Comments  & Tips: 
Serve hot Malpuas with chilled Rabri. Believe me it tastes heavenly.




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40 comments:

  1. Mouth watering recipe.. looks inviting.. nice clicks dear..
    Congrats on ur awards!!

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  2. Thank you Hari for such a quick reply!!!
    Deepa

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  3. Looks very tempting dear!!!
    Congratualtions on all ur well deserved awards :-)

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  4. Lovely dish. I have only seen it in the magazines. Nice to know a new dish!

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  5. My fav,long since i had this and it looks very tempting...lovely clicks deepa & congrats on all your awards as well

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  6. Congrats on your well deserved awards dear...!

    Malpua is soooooooo inviting n fascinating...Lovely colorful clicks...

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  7. Wat a fantastic dish, very catchy and colourful..

    Congrats on your awards dear..

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  8. lovely yummy and delicious malpuas.

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  9. Deepa,

    Malpua looks really yummy and mouth watering. I don't know that my comments are not working till you wrote to me. I think it is fixed now. Thanks for letting me know.

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  10. Tempting and droolworthy malpuas, feel like having some..

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  11. Looks so yummy and congrats on your awards dear...

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  12. Hey Deepa
    How are you? First let me wish your hubby belated Happy Birthday!! hope you and your enjoyed the day...it's been years I haven't had any malpua..love it with rabri..I think I'll try after seeing yours..making me drool here..my mum and nana(grandpa) used to love those pua....

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  13. wow, that's one lovely dish deepa. Never tried it before, fact being, I haven't even tasted also. Looks very tempting.

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  14. Hey thanks for sharing this prep deary... I wanted this from quite sometime.... but did not find one satisfying..... I'm sure of this, the look itself is making me charged to try.... very tempting & YUM!!!!

    Ash....
    (http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

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  15. Mouth Watering.... I love it and make it almost like this, just that I don't put milk on gas and reduce it. Will surely try this recipe.

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  16. Congrats . Malpua is one of my fav's.

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  17. Malpuas look so yummy...congrats on your awards :)

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  18. OMG! Looks so so so tempting!

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  19. Yummy! Looks so rich and delicious.

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  20. Yummmmmmmmmmmy . My sweet tooth has startd clamoring . Its one of my fav sweets but i had nvr tried my hands on it , thanx for sharing the recipe , i'l soon giv it a try .

    Smita
    @ Little Food Junction

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  21. Heartiest congratulations for your awards. Keep it up!
    Malpua amar bhishon priyo. Darun lagchhe dekhte. Tumi khub sundor bhabe baniyechho r bojhai jachhe je khete khub bhalo hoyechhe. Chhobi dekhei to jibhe jol eshe jachhe.

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  22. malpuas look so yummy and delicious! congrats on your awards too.

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  23. Wow, the pancakes look so sweet and delicious! I would love to try them.

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  24. gr8 sweet snack, cant help but love this!

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  25. Delicious golden pancakes!!!beautiful n tempting click!

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  26. Deepa,
    These look so darn good, I wish I was right there when you prepared it. The addition of the semolina is a rather delicious surprise!

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  27. Hi Deepaaaaa!!! hru dearie??? Missed U ya! ;)

    Admire ur malpua! looks too delicious...yummm!

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  28. thank you all for your lovely comments

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  29. Looks so delicious...Hope you all had a wonderful vacation in South :-)

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  30. Malpua looks yummy and so rich.. I too make these but little diffent.. :)

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  31. Thanks for this malpua recipe. Very useful to me. Looks tempting. Will definitely try soon:) congrats on those well deserved awards dear,

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  32. I did come here earlier but the comment box refused to open :-((((
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  33. Congrats for all your deserving awards...and malpua is just a wonderful way of celebrating it..looks lovely..

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  34. Mlapuas look amazing and so delicious.I have never tried them but I ma sure taste will be devine.

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