The festival of colors cannot end without traditional Indian sweets. Malpura is a favorite sweet snack recipe of the whole subcontinent, and when it is Holi, Indians love to have it no matter in which part of the world they are. So let the Malpura story begin.
Malpura Recipe on Holi 2020:
This delicious sweet treat is full of fat and nutrition. People love it when served fresh. This small, round, and sweet circle have a heavenly taste. Let’s learn how we can make it at home.
Ingredients of Malpura:
To make Malpura at home, use the following ingredients. This is an easy yet tricky dish, so take care of the measurements.
|Fine wheat flour||3 cups|
|Suji (fine semolina)||1 cup|
|Gur (grated jaggery)||2 cups|
Preparing the Malpura mixture:
Put flour, gur, suji, milk, and pinch of salt into a saucepan. Beat the ingredients for almost 7 minutes until it becomes light and fluggy. Slightly grind the peppercorns and add them into the mixture. Also, heat ghee a bit and add it into the batter. Mix the ingredients well, cover the saucepan, and leave it for about 8 hours in a warm place.
Frying the Malpura:
The mixture will have risen after the said time. Stir it well. If it seems thick, add some milk or water and stir it. Keep on adding and stirring until the mixture until it gets the pouring consistency. Now add a pinch of soda and lime juice into it. Now the Malpura is ready to be fried.
Preheat ghee in a deep frying pan. Lower the flame when the ghee it heated. Now pour one tablespoon of the mixture into hot ghee. Fry until it gets golden brown from both sides. Also, splash to make Malpura crispy and porous. Take out and place on a strainer so that extra ghee drains out.
Make something spicy along with it too.
Now your hot, sweet, and crispy Malpuras are ready to add another color to your Holi. Make it a part of your Holi menu 2020, and everyone will love it for sure.