• Maida – 1cup
  • Sooji – 1tbsp
  • Milk – 1cup
  • Milk powder – 1cup [or Condensed milk – 1cup]
  • Paneer, minced – 2tbsp
  • Sugar – 1cup
  • Cardamom, powdered – 2nos
  • Saffron, powdered – 3~4strands
  • Almond, chopped – 5nos
  • Pistachio, chopped – 5nos
  • Ghee – to fry [do not care about calorie, focus on taste :p]


  • Mix maida, sooji, milk powder well
  • Add milk little by little, mix well until it gets into a batter without any lumps
  • Close and rest it for 15~2omin
  • Mean while heat a pan
  • Add sugar, add water until the whole of sugar gets wet
  • Mix the sugar well to dissolve
  • Boil the sugar syrup until it gets to one string consistency
  • Add cardamom powder, saffron mix well, keep it aside
  • Add some ghee in a pan
  • Heat it in a medium flame
  • Pour the batter on to hot pan such that it forms small pancake-like shape, do not spread it, allow it will automatically spread
  • When the sides turn golden brown, its time to reverse the side
  • Fry it well until it turns golden brown too
  • Dip into the sugar syrup for about 30sec
  • Reverse side and dip for another 30sec
  • Strain the sugar syrup from malpuva, keep aside
  • Fry all malpuva like above
  • Garnish with badam, pistachio
  • Serve along with rabdi or mawa topping

Note: To prepare the traditional way use kowa/mawa instead of milk powder or condensed milk.

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