Kali Chaudas, which is also known as Naraka Chaturdashi, is a festival celebrated by the Hindus on the second day of the celebration of Diwali. On this very day, the worship of the goddess Kali gets performed.
This Kali Chaudas make Malpua at home and of course, if you’re making Malpua enjoying it with rabri is bliss. Today I’m going to tell you the whole recipe in the easiest way and also the tastiest exactly as you have in the sweet shops. Let’s make Malpua without waiting any further.
Ingredients Required For Making Malpua
150 grams all-purpose flour
500 grams khoya
150 grams of Sooji
50 grams of corn starch
400 ml of water
½ tablespoon Cardamom powder
One tablespoon Fennel seeds.
Enough amount of oil to dip the malpua while frying.
Ingredients For Rabri And Sugar Syrup
- 500ml of full-fat milk
- 250ml water
- 500grams sugar
- Two tablespoon Cardamom powder
- One tablespoon Rosewater
- 2 tablespoon Fennel seeds
Step 1: Start cooking by making sugar syrup at first as it takes time to get reduced. Take a fresh pan and add 250 ml of water to it, add sugar to it always remember that the amount of water will always be half the amount of sugar.
Step 2: Let it boil and reduce putting the flame high. On the other side, start making the batter of the Malpua. Take a bowl and add 500 grams of khoya, 150 grams of sooji, 150 grams of all-purpose flour, and cornflour mix it well. Add water to it beat it properly with a whisk; also add some cardamom powder, soaked saffron water, and two tablespoons of fennel seeds.
Step 3: Check the syrup with your finger, whether it’s sticky and forming a single string or not. If yes, then add some cardamom powder and rose water for flavor and put off the flame, let it cool. Now add oil to another pan and heat it on medium flame.
Step 4: Once the oil gets heated, pour the batter into the oil in small amounts making small round malpuas, sometimes the edges of the malpuas stick cut those joints with the spatula. Once the malpuas start floating, turn them and put gas on high flame.
Step 5: Cook them well till they get brown in color. Now, on the side, start making the rabri. Take a fresh pan and pour 500ml of milk into it. Now let it reduce and get condensed stir it while cooking, or it gets stuck at the bottom, adds a tablespoon of sugar, ½table spoon of cardamom powder, and one tablespoon of rose water to it for flavor.
Step 6: The Malpuas are brown by now. Strain the excess oil from them and dip them in the sugar syrup for ten minutes. Once the rabri is dense enough, put off the flame and let it cool.
Step 7: Take out the malpuas straining the excess syrup, place them on a plate, and pour rabri on top of it; garnish it with chopped dry fruits, rose petals, and cherries. Your Malpua with rabri is ready to serve.
Malpua is one of the dishes which is liked by everybody. Cook this recipe on the holy day of Kali Chaudas and make your day delightful. I hope you like the recipe and enjoy the dish as well.
This Kali Chaudas steal the attention and win everybody’s heart by making Malpua with this perfect recipe and fill the room with joy. Maa Kali is waiting to be welcomed with a big on our faces; let’s make this day the best of the year.