Shakarkandi Malpua Recipe - Mishti Aloo Malpua Recipe

Shakarkandi Malpua Recipe - Mishti Aloo Malpua Recipe

Monday, 16 April 2018 09:09

Shakarkandi Malpua is a delicious Indian dessert that is made with sweet potatoes which is flavored with saunf and elaichi. Sweet Potato or Shakarkandi is a vegetable which can be eaten boiled, used in curries or in desserts. Here, we have a sweet made from Sweet Potato which is called as Shakarkandi Malpua or Mishti Alu Malpua, where the mouth watering malpuas are made of sweet potato. You can make it during festivals or any special occasions in your house. The sweet potato in it makes it nutritious as it has many health benefits.  Serve Shakarkandi Malpua Recipe as a dessert on a special ocassion after a soulful meal of Jaipuri Aloo Pyaaz Ki Sabzi, Ajwain Puri, Kale Chane Ki Sabzi, Boondi Raita and Satvik Carrot Sprout Salad. If you like this Shakarkandi Malpua Recipe, you can also try other Malpua recipes which you can make for festivals: Ragi Malpua With Rabri Recipe Malpua With Rose And Saffron Recipe Paneer Malpua With Rabdi Recipe
Baked Vermicelli Malpua Recipe

Baked Vermicelli Malpua Recipe

Saturday, 30 September 2017 11:17

Malpuas are always associated with festivities but you think twice before indulging in one, as these are deep fried and soaked in sugar making them an indulgent dessert. This Baked Vermicelli Malpua Recipe is a healthier dessert since there is no deep frying involved. Since it is a baked malpua, this does seem a bit dry and less in richness. Especially weight watchers will love this recipe for sure. Give a healthy twist to the regular malpuas by baking them with this recipe. I have tried to prepare the recipe in its closest authentic taste. Serve Baked Vermicelli Malpua Recipe as a dessert after your Holi meal, or during snack time to your guests, along with Dahi Vada and Thandai If you like this recipe, take a look at more Malpua recipes like Ragi Malpua With Rabri Recipe (Indian Spiced Pancakes With Creamy Pudding) Malpua With Rose And Saffron Syrup Recipe Paneer Malpua With Rabdi Recipe
Malpua With Rose And Saffron Syrup Recipe

Malpua With Rose And Saffron Syrup Recipe

Sunday, 20 March 2016 00:26

Malpua with rabri, a festive delicacy with the power to make anyone happy. Flavoured with cardamom, fennel and jaggery, stuffed with mawa and raisins these sweet pancakes are like delicious bites of heaven. Served with an exotic rose and saffron syrup and thick clotted cream(rabri), these malpuas are soft and melting in the centre with crisp laced edges. Making these malpuas is a family tradition at my place and we love to eat these along with something hot and spicy. Serve Malpua With Rose And Saffron Syrup as a dessert after your meal or you can also serve it to your guest with some spicy snack like Matar Samosa or Moong Dal Mini Samosas. If you like this recipe, you can also try our other malpua recipes such as Ragi Malpua with Rabri Malpua Recipe with Rabri Paneer Malpua With Rabdi Recipe
Paneer Malpua With Rabdi Recipe

Paneer Malpua With Rabdi Recipe

Saturday, 19 March 2016 00:37

This festive season of Holi, try this delicious recipe of melt in mouth paneer malpuas soaked in mouth watering rabdi. We all know that malpua is a traditional holi sweet but we tried to make a healthier version of it instead of making maida malpuas, we used Paneer malpuas. Enjoy Paneer Malpua With Rabdi as a dessert after your delicious meal of Dal Tadka, Paneer Bhurji and Whole Wheat Lachha Paratha. If you like this recipe, you might also like Thandai Mousse Orange Rasmalai Basundi Amrakhand
Malpua Recipe with Rabri (A Spiced Indian Pancake with Milk Pudding)

Malpua Recipe with Rabri (A Spiced Indian Pancake with Milk Pudding)

Saturday, 15 August 2015 07:49

Malpua Recipe is a classic Indian dessert that is made during festivals such as Holi and served along with Creamy Rabri which is a thick condensed version of whole milk along with saffron, sugar and nuts. Malpua is best described as a flat bread or pancake like dessert made with flour, khoya and yogurt. With the festive season coming up, it is a simple and delicious dessert to put together and dress up your festival menu, You can prepare the batter well in advance and to serve with rabri on the day of the festival. Serve Malpua With Rabri as a dessert along with Jalebi during the festive season. Other recipes that you can try are: Angoori Rasmalai Recipe Gajar Ka Halwa Recipe Churma Laddu With Coconut Recipe
Ragi Malpua With Rabri Recipe (Indian Pancakes With Creamy Pudding)

Ragi Malpua With Rabri Recipe (Indian Pancakes With Creamy Pudding)

Monday, 01 June 2015 00:52

Ragi Malpua With Rabri is a traditional Indian sweet where the pancakes are spiced with saffron and cardamom and deep fried in oil. This is a recipe that is prepared without condensed milk, and a twist to the original is the addition of Ragi flour and Whole wheat flour making it healthy. I am also making the recipe healthier by pan frying the Ragi Malpua and eat this delectable sweet guilt free. Serve the Ragi Malpuas Along With Rabri (Basundi) as a dessert when you have a party or even for festivals and special occasions along with Gulab Jamun and jalebis. If you like this recipe of Ragi Malpua With Rabri, here are a few more Ragi recipes that you try: Ragi Oatmeal Dosa Recipe Ragi & Whole Wheat Halwa Recipe Healthy Ragi Energy Balls with Strawberry Recipe

Malpua is a sweet pancake served as dessert or a snack originating from the Indian subcontinent that is widely popular in in India, Nepal and Bangladesh. Malpua is a typical festival recipe usually prepared during Holi, Diwali or any special occasion in a family. 

The dish is usually prepared with all purpose flour, but can be prepared with whole wheat flour or Ragi flour. In order to add texture and density to the dish, some cooks also add paneer or cottage cheese. The flour is usually spiced with basic Indian Spices such as Cardamom, fennel seeds or saffron and made into a idli batter consistency. They are then deep fried in ghee or oil and dunked in sugar syrup giving it that intense sweetness. Malpua is most times served along with Rabri/Rabdi which is milk that is boiled until condensed and spiced with cardamom and saffron. 

Follow your Holi food tradition and prepare this wonderful dish of Malpua! 

     
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