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Thursday, May 15, 2008

Mava Malpua

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MAVA KACHORI/ MAVA MALPUA


I was searching for rajasthani recipe luckly found this sweet recipe in Taradalal recipe site. I tried my level best to get the shape of Mava Malpua, hope all like it.

This is mava kachoris are famous in Jodhpur. Rich dry fruit and mava (khoya) stuffed crisp deep fried kachoris are coated in sugar syrup. These kachoris are a welcome treat at any time of the day. These sweet kachoris are often called "Gujjias" and are a "must have" for the Holi festival. Can store these for several days in an air-tight container.

I'm sending this to Padmaja's - Spicyanna for RCI - Rajasthan. Thank you making me try Rajasthani recipes. Enjoyed participating.

Updated : I'm also sending this Mava Malpua to Easy Craft's - Think spice - Think Caradamom. I came to know today, so just sending my entry. Easy Craft thank for the event.

I used half of the quantity, depends on the size and shape we make the dough. I made a small size malpuas. These are the measurement given in Tarladalal site. So,here it goes..


Cooking Time : 30 mins.
Preparation Time : 15 mins.
Makes 6 kachoris.



For dough

1 cup plain flour (maida)
2 tablespoons melted ghee
a pinch of salt
ghee or oil for deep frying


For Filling

1/2 cup (750 grams) khoya (mava), grated
5 to 6 almonds, sliced
5 to 6 pistachios, sliced
1/2 teaspoon cardamom (elaichi) powder
1 tablespoon sultanas (kismis)
1 tablespoon sugar
a few saffron strands


For Sugar Syrup

1 cup (200 grams) sugar
1/2 cup water
a few saffron strands


For Dough

1. Combine all the ingredients and knead into a firm dough using enough water. Knead well for approx. 5 to 7 minutes.
2. Allow the dough to rest under a damp muslin cloth for 10 to 15 minutes.
3. Divide the dough into 12 equal portions. Keep aside.


For Sugar Syrup

1. Dissolve the sugar in ½ cup of water and boil the syrup for 4 to 5 minutes.
2. Add the saffron and mix well.


Method

1. Mix up all the filling ingrediants.
2. Divide the dough,roll out each portion of the dough into round shape.
3. Place a portion of the filling in the centre and fload it.
4. Turn the edges of the kachori.(I used a knife to make the edges design).
5. Deep fry the kachoris in hot ghee/Oil over a slow flame till the kachoris turn golden brown in colour. These take a long time to fry as the crust is thick and needs to be cooked on the inside also.
6. Drain on absorbent paper and allow the kachoris to cool slightly.
7. Dip the kachoris in the hot syrup. Drain and keep aside.
8. Serve hot or cold.

Note:
You can even serve these kachoris without dipping them in sugar syrup also.

Here it goes..


Mava Malpua



Mava Malpua in sugar syrup...


Mava Malpua



This goes to Padmaja's..


RCI-Rajasthan



And.. to Easy Crafts..


Think Spice-Think Cardamom


20 comments:

Cham said...

They came out well the kachori. Ur sweet is very tempting..

ranji said...

this is awesome!!i have had similar stuff in goa,one of my friend gave me..nevri or something like that except not soaked in syrup!!!it was delicious!!!

Maya said...

Wow, tht is a cool dish..Looks rich with mava and all..Can eat all those from tht plate..

Uma said...

they look like our kajjikayalu. lovely recipe archy! looks delish.

Shrinidhi hande said...

Looks tasty-In Bangalore my PG aunty used to serve this at times...

Archy said...

Cham,
Thank you Dear...

Ranji,
Thanx.. :) !!
Wow, Ya.. Even my mumi used to make Nevri. I loved it, stuffed with coconut,cardamom, jaggery.. Yummy. Shall put on that recipe some day.

Archy said...

Maya,
Thank you.. !!
Yup sure :P !!

Uma,
Thank you..
Ya, We call it Kajjikai/Nevri.. Only the stuffing deffers and no soaking in sugar syrup :) !!

Shrinidhi,
Thank you for dropping by !!
Ur from Bangalore, wow great ha !!
Come down to my house i can also serve u :) !!

Meera said...
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Meera said...

Oooh! They look so sumptuous & rich!!Great job, Archy!!

easycrafts said...

Have been wanting to try this out ever since I had them in a marriage..thanks for sharing the recipe and sending it to the event

Madhavi said...

Lovely entry Archy, wonderful recipe, looks delicious!!!

Shrinidhi Hande said...

My pleasure...

Thanks for the invitation.. But I am operating from Chennai currently...

vandana rajesh said...

Loved your recipe..I have a great sweet tooth

Shubha Ravikoti said...

I love ur Malpuas... they r delicious....
It just pulls me towards u... First time to ur blog.. and loved it.... looks really good...

Do check my blog too...:D

Shubha Ravikoti said...

Archy... I have a surprise for u.... Check my blog please...:)

Hetal said...

Nice recipe,looks delicious.

Ishani said...

Looks interesting!! Will surely try this one out...

Ramya's Mane Adige said...

yummy yummy!!! sounds n looks really good

Sapthanaa Balachander (Alias) Abilashini said...

HI Archu,

Look into my website
http://abikitchen.blogspot.com/2009/09/mava-malpuna.html

I did the recipe the same way as mentioned in urs.. but I just wanted to know if this recipe's final roduct will be crispy or soft?

Archy said...

sapthanaa,
Thanks for trying out!! When i tried the final product was crispy.. it was really gud.. !!