Malpua recipes are sweet fried fluffy pancakes dipped in sugar syrup. In this blog, I am going to guide you on how to make Malpua with banana recipes without khoya.
Malpua is a small sweet pancake traditionally made during festivals. Malpua is one of the Chappan Bhog of Lord Jagannath of Puri. Malpua is one of the popular street food of Puri in the state of Odisha.
Malpua recipe is a Festive delight and is traditionally made in many Indian homes during festivals. States such as Odisha, West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Rajasthan and Maharashtra have their own versions of making and even serving them.
one such simple and the easy traditional sweet recipe is malpua, but this recipe is made with a banana flavor. Traditional Indian dessert recipe made with wheat flour and banana smoothie.
How to make Malpua recipe with detailed step-by-step photos and video.
Steps For Malpua with Banana recipe :
For Malpua Batter Ingredients :
- 1 Banana Slice
- ½ Cup Milk
- 1Cup Wheat Flour ( Click Here To Purchase)
- 1tbsp Suji
- 1tsp Crushed Fennel(Saunf)
- ½ Cup Curd
For Sugar Syrup Ingredients:
- 1Cup Sugar
- 1Cup Water
- Pinch of Saffron
- 3nos Cardamom Powder
Note: Ghee as per required for frying Malpua.
Making Malpua Batter
Put banana slice and milk in a blender/mixie and make a banana puree.
Take a bowl put banana puree, wheat flour, suji and crushed fennel(saunf), and mix well making sure everything is well combined. Whisk until the batter is lump-free.
Add some milk and make a smooth batter. You can add milk as required for a smooth batter. Now keep aside for 1 hour to rest.
Making Sugar Syrup
Take a pan and add the sugar, water and cardamom. Stir well until the sugar melts completely. Boil for 5 minutes or until the sugar syrup turns sticky consistency. Sugar syrup is ready.
Heat ghee in a Kadai. Once ghee is medium hot add same portions of the batter with a spoon and fry until golden brown from both sides. Remove from hot ghee and add it directly to the sugar syrup and let it soak for 4-5 minutes.
Serve it on a plate and garnish it with pistachio and almond.
Traditional sweets and dessert recipes are popular choices during the festival season in India. it is generally made as an offering to the beloved God and eventually served to friends and family.
Use ripe and sweet bananas for this recipe. ripe banana easily gets mashed and gels together with wheat flour. also, the sweet banana adds a sweet taste and flavor to the malpua. secondly, the batter has to be of medium consistency. if it is thin, it may not form the shape and if it is thick it may not spread uniformly. you may adjust the consistency by adding either wheat flour or milk for a thick or thin consistency. There are some variants of malpua which is made with maida.
To get started with this recipe, you can watch our Youtube video which we have prepared. You can make Malpua Recipe step by step.
- Make sure to blend the banana really smooth else the batter will not be smooth.
- Also, you can add more milk to the batter to make it rich and creamy.
- additionally, you can serve with rabdi or with sugar syrup.
- Finally, the banana malpua recipe tastes great for a week when refrigerated.
- Traditionally Malpua is fried in ghee but if you want to fry with oil then you can.
- Fennel and cardamom are the main spices.
Summary for Malpua Recipe :
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