Malpua is a traditional north Indian sweet of soft, fluffy and yet crisp pancakes coated with sugar syrup and served with Rabri or even Sooji Halwa. Every sweet shop across north India, would be selling these sweet little sugary delights.

Malpua with rabriDiwali is just around the corner now and let’s make some of these small sweet angels which you can serve in your Diwali get together.

The best thing about Malpua is that its inner texture is fluffy and the outside edges are crisp. I am giving you a recipe which is instant so you don’t need to ferment the batter overnight. Traditionally Malpuas are supposed to be deep fried as well but I have tried making them by shallow frying only.

Malpuas are supposed to be served hot with cold rabri on them or even hot sooji halwa. If you serve them chilled, it might get chewy in its texture.

If you are planning to serve malpuas with rabri then you need to prepare rabri at least a day before as it takes lot of time to prepare the dish. But if you serve them with Sooji Halwa, then it can be made on the same day. click here to read full article….


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