Malpua (indian Sweet Pancake)

Malpua is a sweet dish recipe. It is cooked all over north and east india during holi, the festival of colors. The main ingrediants are maida and sugar. Sugar is a good preservator and hence this sweet dish can be preserved without refrigeration for a week but slightly warm it before serving .

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Sapna Shaw's Secret Indian Recipe !
Serves: 
2

Preparation Time: 
4 hours
Cooking Time: 
20 mintues

Complexity: 
Medium


Ingredients: 
Maida ( refined flour) 2 cups
Milk ½ cup
Sugar 6 tablespoon
Grated coconut 1 tablespoon
Sauf (fennel) ½ tablespoon
Refined oil 100 ml
Directions: 
Take a bowl and mix maida, sugar and milk. Add grated coconut and sauf and leave it to ferment for at least 4 hours.
Heat oil in a karahi and with the help of a large spoon pour small portions of the batter in oil. Fry over medium flame it the malpus turns golden brown and the sides become crispy. Take out and serve.