Malpua is a popular North Indian recipe made during festivals and special occasions. Prepared with maida and semolina, this is a quick dessert recipe that you can make for your loved ones. These small pancakes are fried in ghee and then dunked in sugar syrup. This Indian dessert recipe is popular in Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and West Bengal, however, each region has a different way of making these. These different versions include ingredients like fruits, milk and even coconut. However, with advent of fusion foods in Indian there have been many variations to this traditional recipe. Malpua tastes best when served with spicy Pakoras, Kachoris, Samosa. It can also be served as a dessert after an elaborate lunch or dinner meal. It is a perfect amalgamation of crispy Malpuas soaked in sugar syrup. What makes it amazingly delicious is its unique taste and the combination of perfectly balanced quantity of sugar topped with sliced pistachios and almonds. Malpua is usually served with rabri but you can also relish Malpua without it. You can also call it an Indian-style pancake, as it is prepared in a similar way the Malpua is soft, fluffy and crispy at the edges and the only difference is that it is soaked in sugar syrup which makes it truly indulgent. It makes for a perfect dessert recipe that you can prepare when you don’t feel like putting in much efforts to prepare something elaborate, this is the simplest thing to put together and you are done for the day. If you are planning a special Holi party for your friends and family, then this can certainly make for a quick and easy sweet dish. If you have sudden guests coming over, then this is the perfect thing to serve with some Thandai and spicy Pakoras ! Just prepare this easy batter and a delightful dessert will be ready in minutes. Apart from festivals, you can also prepare this sweet recipe on occasions like kitty parties and house parties and your guests will surely be impressed.
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