Tuesday, August 15, 2006

Indipendence Day Special Recipie

Today, i.e 15 Aug stands for a very auspicious day for we Indians. We got independence on this day. So we celebrate it with full power!!
Children enjoy flying kites(even elder people are involved).see the picture below.

Children flying kites on 15th August

We Indians are mad about food and any special occasion is incomplete without mouth watering delicacies. There is a list of dishes meant for each occasion and festival. On religious occasions generally sweet dishes are made. Today being 15 august i'm writing an Indian sweet dish menu.

try to make it on your own and then tell me how it tasted.
and don't forget to send one piece to me too:)

MALPUA(4 servings)

INGREDIENTS
Tonned Milk- 2ltr
Grated Khoya- 60 gm
Flour- 20 gm
Corn Flour- 20 gm
green cardamom powder- 3 gm

SUGAR SYRUP
Water- 250 ml
sugar- 500gm
kewra essense- 5ml
Clarifying butter- for frying
Yellow colour- 3gm

FOR GARNISHING

Pistachio- chopped
saffron- few strands

mouth watering malpua

METHOD

  • Boil milk in kadhai(big pan) & reduce it to 1/4th of original value
  • Add khoya(condensed milk) and reduce heat too low
  • Stir continously till the khoya is completely dissolved.
  • Remove from flame, pour in a mining bowl and allow it to cool.
  • Add flour, cornflour, green cardamom & mix thoroughly to make a batter
  • In a pan boil along with sugar. Cook till it reduces to a thread like consistency
  • Mix in kewra & yellow colour
  • heat clarified butter in a frying pan & fry on both sides till golden brown in colour
  • Remove, drain excess oil & immerse directly into sugar syrup.
  • Repeat the same process untill all the batter is made up
  • Allow the malpua to soak in syrup for few minutes
  • remove from the sugar syrup and fold the malpua into 1/2's or triangle
  • Arrange neatly on a service platter & serve hot.
  • Garnish with pistachio & saffron & accompanied with rabri.

TIP- SERVE HOT MALPUAS WITH CHILLED RABDI. IT TASTES DIVINE;)!!

NEXT RECIPIE WILL BE OF RABDI WHICH IS AN ACCOMPANIMENT OF MALPUA.

1 comments:

Ammoontie said...

Hi chander,
Happy Independence Day...

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