Bengali Kheer Malpua Or Malpoa
Bengali Kheer Malpua
Malpoa or Malpua is one of the easy to make pithas(Bengali sweet dish).All you need is maida(flour),sooji(semolina),sugar, milk and cardamom powder, fennel seeds for flavor. It is almost like making pan cakes only deep fried. Cook and store them in a jar and you can enjoy them as dessert or snack.Malpoa or Malpua is very easy to make, and in any special occasion or festival we used to make Malpoa or Malpua as homemade sweets. Usually Malpoa or Malpua is a North & East Indian delicacy, in UP, Bihar, Odisa West Bengal these Malpoa or Malpua is pretty famous as festival sweet. Malpoa or Malpua can be kept for long time as it is, like 3 to 4 days without refrigerator, as Malpoa or Malpua is dipped in sugar syrup, so the sugar plays the role of preservatives. So let's check for the recipe of Malpoa or Malpua
Ingredients for Bengali Kheer Malpua
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Preperation steps for Bengali Kheer Malpua
Take a saucepan and add all the ingredients under the heading of syrup and bring mixture to a boil. After boiling 5 minutes off the oven and let the syrup cool to the room temperature
First mix all the dry ingredients(maida, sooji, khoya kheere, sugar, salt, mouri, baking powder & coconut) together in a bowl.
Now add milk to make a batter not so thik not so thin like pancake batter .Keep the mixture in room temperature for about 15 minutes.
Then take a flat non stick pan and heat oil and pour one big spoon at a time and fry the both side till golden brown.
Now soak each "Malpoa" into the sugar syrup at a time for 1-2 minutes and take it out from the syrup and place on a plate.
You may serve Malpoa with Malai.(For malai take 1/2 ltr full taf milk, 1/2 cup condensed milk. Boil together till thicken, add sugar if required, add some crushed cardamom, saffron. when you get the malai consistancy spread on each Malpoa with spoon.).
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Serve "Malpoa" hot or chilled. You may garnish with malai for more tasty before serving.