Thursday, June 28, 2018


malpua is a pancake served as a dessert or a snack originating from the Indian subcontinent, popular in India, Nepal and Bangladesh.[1] It is a very popular dish of Odisha and is also served to Lord Jagannath of Puri in his Sakala Dhupa (morning food served to the lord).[2] Apart from other dishes like Pheni, Rabidi, Kheera sara and other cheese or chhena based items malpua is one of the most popular buyouts in the streets of Puri in Odisha. Malpuas are also prepared in Odia homes during Raja sankranti.

Malpua is a traditional Indian Dessert which is very popular and extremely irresistible. It is a delectable pancake recipe made from refined flour and semolina, which is deep fried in clarified butter (Desi Ghee) and dunked in flavored sugar syrup (Chashni).

While Malpua is popular all over the Indian subcontinent as a sweet dish, it also serves as special sweet on occasion of festivals. It is a very popular dish in the Indian state of Odisha and is served as morning food to Lord Jagannath of Puri. It is also a popular sweet during Muslim festival of Eid in the Indian subcontinent.
Malpuas dipped in a flavored sugar syrup are an extremely indulgent sweet. They go very well when served with a topping of creamy Rabri (sweet thickened milk).


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