Sunday, 28 April 2013

Beetroot Malpuas ( Potluck Party Cyber Style)

Hello Everyone ,

Potluck party cyber style is a brain child of Jagruti and is a rocking cyber party group where we all make a dish and post it on the 10th of every month. But the real fun begins when we all make one more dish belonging to our fellow group blogger and post it on 28th . This ensures that we get to actually taste at least one dish make by others.

This month I made ginger-melon-punch for the party and for the second part I got to make these wonderful Beetroot malpuas originally made by sutapa of Indian cuisine .  Needless to say that I thoroughly enjoyed making them and they turned out to be cute little delicacies.







Ingredients :

For the malpuas :

1..............................beetroot (boiled)
1 cup.......................maida
1/4 cup...................mava
1/2 tsp...................saunf (fennel seeds crushed)
1/2 tsp...................saunf (fennel seeds  sabut )
2 to 3 tbsp...............milk


For the sugar syrup :

1 cup......................sugar
1 cup......................water
4 to 5 drops ..........rose essence


For the garnish :

3 to 4.....................cardamoms
4 to 5 ....................Almonds
4 to 5 ...................Pistachio
1 tbsp.................sweet condensed milk (I used Milkmaid)
2 tbsp................instant milk powder ( I used Nestle )
1 1/2 tsp............milk
2 cups ..................Ghee for frying


Method :

Boil beetroot , remove the skin and grind it to very smooth paste.
Add the maida and mawa and saunf  to beetroot and make a smooth thick batter ( like that of meduwada).
Make sugar syrup by boiling sugar and water for 5 to 7 minutes.
Remove from the gas and add the rose essence to the syrup.
Now heat ghee in a kadai and drop small spoonfuls of the batter in the ghee.
It will immediately puff up .
Keep the gas low and fry till done.
Drop these fried malpuas in the warm sugar syrup.
Let the malpuas soak up the syrup.
Serve them garnished with rabdi and almond , pistachio slivers.

Instant Rabdi :

Mix the condense milk, milk powder and milk well to form a smooth thick rabdi like consistency.
Add to it the crushed cardomoms and your instant rabdi is ready.





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7 comments:

  1. wow......kudos to you, what a irristibale dish :) lovely twist with beetroot !

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  3. Delicious beetroot malupas, yummy and colorful

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