Mar 26, 2009

MAL - PUA


INGREDIENTS:---

Weat flour (atta) ------ 2 cups

Full cream milk --- 500 ml

Fresh curd (yogurt) ----- 4 tab sp

Sugar ---- 2 cups

Oil for frying

Cardamom powder --- 1 /2 tea sp

Badam and cashew sliced.

METHOD:-----
In a sauce pan add sugar and one cup water and bring to a boil and make 1 string consistency syrup and add 1/2 cardamom powder to it and mix well and leave a side.
Boil milk in a pan on a low flame till it turns in to thick like condensed milk, remove from the heat and let to cool
Now mix wheat flour, curd, rabri(condensed milk),remaining cardamom powder and make thick pouring consistency( like pancake batter or dosa batter). and leave it for 1 hour
Now heat oil in a fry pan (if you like you can use ghee for this or you can use 1/2 and 1/2)
Pour table spoon full batter in to the oil and shallow fry both sides till nice golden color.
Remove from the oil and place them on a absorbent paper to drain extra oil.
Now dip them in the sugar syrupfor 5 sec. and remove
Arrange these Mal pua s in a plater and top with badam and cashew slices
If you like you can pour some rabri(condensed milk )on top of them.
And also avery good combo. with kheer
enjoy hot Mal pua s



28 comments:

Varunavi said...

Lovely sweet, never made this, heard of this.looks great dear

Shama Nagarajan said...

delicious sweet dear...

Madhumathi said...

I too have never made this..Looks delicious :)

LG said...

You reminded me of holi day! Pua's look delicious Rekha :)

Lakshmi Venkatesh said...

Mal-pua looks very tempting. Lip-smacking.

Priya said...

WOuld like to pick one from the pic, tempting malpua...

Ann said...

Have seen this before..looks yummy

Priti said...

Mom use to make this during Holi ...looks so inviting...gr8 one dear

notyet100 said...

malpuas remind me of holi festival at home ..//

Cham said...

I ve heard but not tasted, looks yum :)

Lavanya said...

lovely sweet,i never heard of this..new to me n looks awesome!!

Food Fanatic said...

oh wow! that reminds me of holi and mom :D:D

this is something i dont get to see often...so happy to see this on ur blog...looks yummy..i wish we had a mixer where we could have samples given out to each other of our cooking :D

Poornima Nair said...

Looks delicious...very tempting...

DEESHA said...

thatz a lovely dish .. Happy Ugadi to you & your family Rekha

Varsha Vipins said...

Lovely cutie sweet..yummm..
Happy Ugadi Rekha.:)

Usha said...

Delicious, wish I could have one !

Pooja said...

chala yummy ga vundi rekha..oka cookery show lo chusanu..yours looking lovely dear....

Vishali said...

wow mouth watering Mal pua...first time here....u have a wonderful blog.....

Ugadi wishes to u and ur family...

Uma said...

Thanks for the wishes Rekha! Wishing you and your family a very happy ugadi too!

Mal pua looks mouth-watering. Yum!

Sanghi said...

Mal pua is new dish to me..! My grandma makes in a different way. Will try out..! Happy ugadi dear!

Pooja said...

Happy ugadi to u and your family rekha...

Deepa Hari said...

Happy Ugadi....Sweet looks yum Rekha...feel like having one.

Medhaa said...

Oh I love these, they look perfect

Malar Gandhi said...

Looks wonderful, dear. We make it little different than yours...with banana and jaggery. Happy Ugadhi.

Superchef said...

the puas look soo temptingly delicious!

Siri said...

Wishing you a very Happy Ugadi Rekha :)

Cheers,
Siri

Kitchen Flavours said...

Creamy indulgence looks yummy....

Divya Vikram said...

Looks divine!