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Monday, August 19, 2013

Kela Malpua (Banana Pancakes in Sweet Syrup)


Life is a vicious circle, at least I am following what my Mom did for us to eat ripe bananas :-P Bananas are must at our place daily but the problem is even after making my son understand it's benefits he doesn't like the fruit. Especially if the outer skin has few black spots !! Well frankly speaking neither do I like over ripe bananas. So making Banana malpuas is the solution for me. And guess what the sweet malpuas become the most wanted item on that day ! 

Related post: Kele Ke Pakore
Malpua

Ingredients:
2 Bananas, crush ripe bananas
1/2 cup Wheat flour
1/2 cup Flour
1/4 cup Sooji (semolina)
1/4 Condensed milk
1 cup Milk, approx
2 tbsp Raisins
1/2 cup or less, depends on your sweet level 
A big pinch of Cinnamon powder
Small pinch of salt

To make Syrup you need
1 cup Sugar
1 cup Water
3-4 Cardamoms, whole

Method:
Mash bananas in a bowl, add all the dry ingredients in a big bowl and add banana paste into it.
All the dry ingredients in a bowl

 Add milk, condensed milk and make a lump free smooth batter (batter should not very thick nor thin). The batter should be free flowing. Now keep this aside for 1-2 hours.

Allow the batter to sit for minimum an hour
In between make sugar syrup of one string by mixing all ingredients under 'Syrup'. We need warm syrup while frying the malpuas. 
Single thread sugar syrup
Heat oil in a kadhai, do a small test to check if oil temperature is ready, drop a small drop it should sizzle and come up after few seconds. Pour a small ladle full of batter into the hot oil and spread quickly in circular motion.

 After few seconds flip and fry on both the sides until golden. These malpuas are extremely delicate so flip the malpuas carefully. Drain the fried malpuas and immerse in sugar syrup for 20-25 minutes. Garnish with silvered almonds and serve warm.


41 comments:

  1. Wish we were nearby....i would have gulped some right then....they look so yum....Congrats on huge milestone....

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  2. This looks so delicious...will try this for sure.

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  3. All time fav ...looks so yum ....congrats on your milestone ...wish many more celebration

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  4. Congrats on a milestone dear.. Malpua is looking tempting ..

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  5. A lovely trick to disguise banana in these malpuas, looks awesome.

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  6. they are more similar to adirasam i suppose...looks super good and yummy

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  7. wow banana malpua looks so yummy and love the flavor of bananas in malpua's :)

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  8. I decided not to come to your space when am yet to have my lunch or dinner Deepa, seriously u r kiling me with ur dishes and am craving now for some malpuas, seriously wish i live near u.

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  9. Very interesting recipe, Liked all the ingredients and final part of dipping in sugary syrup, looks like a perfect sweet too, yummy :)

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  10. It's an all time favorite minus the calories.
    I can imagine why your son is not crazy about ripe banana, I think he knows the outcome is the fantabulous malpua.

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  11. Wow super tempting malpuas, Love to have with rabdi

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  12. Mmm....this looks so delicious...wish I could have some now

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  13. Wow! Looks so delicious! Tempting clicks too! :D
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  14. These looks wonderful!
    Perfect for snacking!

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  15. super tempting dessert.. this is new to me

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  16. I love malpuas and the sight and thought of it makes my mouth water.
    :)

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  17. simply superb deepa...love ur captures
    Tasty Appetite

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  18. Pass me some now. perfectly made... love to hae it with rabdi.. congrats deepa for crossing 900 likes in FB. wanted wish here too and cudn't sit becoz of the lil.

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  19. Very nice recipe , interesting !

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  20. Amazing snaps and lovely presentation...

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  21. congrats for the milestone and this dessert fit for the occasion....looks yumm

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  22. Wow looks super scrumptious!! Loved those plates too :)

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  23. Looks superb! Perfect way to use ripe bananas!

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  24. That looks so delicious, never thought v could use bananas this way too...

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  25. Perfect pancakes.. They look delicious..

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  26. Malpua looks rich and delicious! Yummm

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  27. Oh I love this sweet dish. My neighbour once made it for some festival and we all loved it including her 4 yr old son, whom she was skeptical might not eat it, but he went on and on :-)

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  28. Banana malpua looks delicious Deepa. I need to try it

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  29. Delicious malpuas. Thanks for finding a solution.

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  30. Mouthwatering malpuas and beautiful photo dear

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  31. Yummy!!! I just could not resist drooling over it...

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  32. Beautiful looking malpua.drooling over it.Congrats yaar.

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  33. few days back i was so craving this dish that maa had to make it for me. love it the next day...tanda ar delish.

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  34. Malpua looks very spongy, juicy and delicious. Great way to use ripe bananas.

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  35. This is my favorite. Had it in a restuarant here. Nice one.

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  36. Yummy malpuas, I havenot tasted them, but sure looks delicious. Lovely photos

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  37. New dish to me, looks delicious! Congrats on the happy occasion! Happy blogging!

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  38. awesome post ! Indian Malpua is best food specially preferred for festival session in east India region.

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