Indian cuisine is a treasure trove of a myriad of decadent sweet treats. Every time we think of those spongy gulab jamuns, rasgullas and decadent rabri kulfi, ladoo, malpua and more, we can't help but slurp. In fact, for many of us, a wholesome meal is just incomplete without some desserts. A dessert after finishing a meal truly makes the culinary experience a desirable one. However, all the desserts mentioned above need a considerable amount of time to get prepared. There are a lot of steps that one needs to follow.
If you are looking for some easy, quick fix to satiate your sweet tooth, here we bring you a recipe of ever popular malpua. Traditional malpua is made with all-purpose flour that requires time for fermentation. This bread malpua recipe is much easier and quicker than the traditional one. Laden with the crunchy flavours of dry fruits, this dessert is the perfect sweet dish to serve after a wholesome dinner or lunch. So, let's get started with the recipe.
Bread Malpua Recipe: How To Make Bread Malpua
To begin with the recipe, heat ghee in a pan, add nuts and wait until they turn golden. Now, take khoya, sugar and nuts in a bowl and mix well. Keep aside.
For the sugar syrup, boil water in a saucepan, add sugar and let it dissolve in the water. Then add saffron, cardamom powder for the flavours and aroma.
Remove the corners of bread and cut it into small pieces. Add milk gradually and knead a soft dough. For the complete recipe of bread malpua, click here.
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