Sunday, March 6, 2011

Malpua (Food remake)

Tried and tasted by Nivedita
Hi All,
The name is same, most of the ingredients are same. But each region makes this sweet with little variations. Sindhi's one of favorite desserts :- "Malpua". Its usually prepared with Milk, All Purpose flour and sugar with cardamom powder, which is fried in Ghee.
Here is another version, which more healthier(not for weight watchers!!!), which I prepared today and my daughter loved it(:-(, she loves everything prepared with Maida, and doctor has strictly avoided to eat). I thought  she will not eat this. But she had full one malpua. Hope she will be fine tomorrow.
I was checking aipi's blog US Masala as this month, her blog is selected for T&T.
When ever I visit any blog to follow, my eyes will check for the dessert recipes first. So I opened her Indian sweets label and got this one : Malpua. I decided to try this one, And when I finished reading the recipe, I was happier as this dessert has to be served warm.
Yes, Malpua tastes heaven, if you eat warm or hot directly from the frying pan.
So, here is the recipe which helped me to hit two birds with one stone :-)
Please visit her blog for the recipe. I am giving only the photos.

This is the batter how it looks when you mix everything.

Sending this to two events, 
One is Tried & Tastedwhich was originally started by Zlamushka's Spicy Kitchen and now is owned by Lakshmi of Kitchen Chronicles.  This month  Priya's(Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal) has hosted this event and she has selected Aipi's US Masala. Aipi has wonderful blog with amazing recipes. 


One more event,again
(event started by  Me ) 

Keep Smiling,


Lakshmi ...Rasoi ki Malkin..northern and southern spices said...

Love it,so great taste..

Umm Mymoonah said...

This is one dessert which I adore the most, looks so delicious.

Unknown said...

Looks perfect dear, love it :)

Priya Suresh said...

Malpuas looks yummy,am yet to try this droolworthy sweet..

Padma said...

Has come out perfect and looks very perfect. Nice entries for the event. Also checked your event. Will send my entries.

Shobha said...

Nice malpuas dear..
Sindhi malpuas are usually made with wheat flour and since your daughter is not supposed to eat maida, you should try them out.

Shoba Shrinivasan said...

Ah yes,

I love Aipi`s blogs and I love her pics more. Nice recreation there Nivedita..


Indian Khana said...

You are right everyone makes in different way...this looks yum...gud entry

divya said...

What an amazing click, looks beautiful and yum!

Kamakshi Prasanna said...

lovely dessert...from aipi's blog...

aipi said...

Wow..they came out perfect! Thanks a lot dear for trying n liking it :)

US Masala

Madhu said...

Looks very nice Nivedita :)

KrithisKitchen said...

Perfect and cute dish.. Yummy..
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