Indian Festive Recipe Malpua for all sweet tooth’s out there!

This Malpua is a fabulous simple recipe which is very easy to make when you have no time and there is a festival at your home.

This sweet is very different in taste as well as in look. So do try this recipe which all will definitely tempted to have one. The ingredients of this recipe is easily available at all homes. The main ingredients of this recipe is maida or all purpose flour, a bit of rava or sooji to attain the crispness and a flavor full sweet, some sugar for the color and mix everything with milk a flowing batter should be great. And some sugar syrup dip it and top it with some shredded nuts and done.

And this is one of a great festival recipe which is made during diwali, krishna jeyanthi and many. I made this recipe for a recent festival which was like couple of days back and all my friends and my family who tasted really liked it so much and they were tempted to have more.

Lets see the full recipe of this below :

Ingredients :

For the batter:

  1. Maida / All purpose flour – 1/2 cup
  2. Rava / sooji – 2 tbsp
  3. Sugar (fine) or powdered or icing sugar – 1/4 cup
  4. Milk – 2 cups (flowing batter like dosa batter)
  5. Salt – a pinch

For the sugar syrup:

  1. Sugar – 1 cup
  2. Water – 1/4 cup
  3. Salt – a pinch
  4. Lemon juice – 1tsp
  5. Saffron – 3 to 4 strings
  6. cardamom powder – 1/4 tsp

For topping :

  1. Shredded or minced Mixed nuts like Almonds, cashews, pistachios and walnut



For the sugar syrup :

  • Take a heavy bottom pan and add the sugar
  • Add water until the sugar is all covered
  • Allow it to roll boil and while its boiling add the saffron
  • Add some cardamom powder a pinch of salt
  • Boil until you get a single thread consistency when its cold
  • And add some lemon juice to it just to avoid sugar crystals

For the batter :

  • Take a large mixing bowl add the all purpose flour
  • Add rava for crispness and a mild flavor
  • Add some sugar to attain the perfect color of this sweet
  • Finally add milk until you get the flowing batter like the dosa batter
  • pouring consistency should be attained for batter, Keep everything ready

For frying :

  • Keep some oil in a flat bottom pan
  • When it is hot enough add 1/2 a ladle of batter to the oil
  • It will start to cook then flip it to the other side and make sure to have the same color on both sides
  • When it is done soak it in the sugar syrup
  • Flip here too, to coat the sugar syrup well on both sides
  • Plate it and have some shredded nuts ready to top it
  • As said, top it off with many nuts like almond, walnuts, cashew and pistachio for a crunchy texture
  • Similarly do it for the rest of the batter too
  • You can have this in room temp for 2 days or so and later a week in the refrigerator heat it and have with a scoop of vanilla ice cream to enjoy the most tantalizing taste of it or you can just have it chill too tastes awesome
  • Done!! ready…Our tempting mouth-watering Malpua an Indian festive sweet.

Try this recipe at home and let me know your valuable feedback’s




2 Comments Add yours

  1. mistimaan says:

    I just love it

    Liked by 1 person

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