Malpua Rabdi
Malpua Rabdi

Today I feel to eat something sweet, so was thinking aboutt some sweet dishes and when it comes to sweet dish my mind stuck in one dish MALPUA. Malpua is an easy to make and so great in tastes.

ABOUT:- Malpua is a sweet pancake served as a dessert or a snack originating from the Indian subcontinent, popular in India and  Bangladesh.

It is very popular in Odisha and also served to Lord Jagannath of Puri in his Sakala Dhupa (morning food served to the Lord)

In some part of India Malpua is made with ripe fruits mixed in it, dipped in sugar syrup. So the  fruity taste comes in puas while eating and so you got the goodness of fruit as well in malpua.




  • 1 cup maida or rice flour
  • One Tea spoon – fennel  seed( crushed)
  • 3-4 cardamom crushed or powdered
  • 3 pinch baking soda
  • Water as required
  • 3 table spoons  milk powder
  • 3 table spoons  curd
  • 3 table spoon ghee (clarified butter)


  • Half cup sugar
  • One forth cup water


  • 5 Cups of milk
  • 3 table spoons of sugar
  • 5-6 Cardamoms crushed
  • 2 pinch of saffron strands
  • 1 tea spoon rose water
  • 2 table spoons of almond and pistachios blanched and sliced.


Take a thick bottom sauce pan or pan.  Take milk in it and bring it to boil.  Lower the flame when milk is boiling and simmer the gas flame and keep steering the milk.  Bring the cream( malai) from the top of the milk on the side of the pan. Keep doing the same process as milk is becoming thick n creamy. It takes time to milk become thick and creamy. Now add sugar,  saffron strands, rose water, almonds and pistachios.Keep the rabdi side and served it with Malpuas.



  1. In a mixing bowl take 1 cup maida, 1tsp fennel seeds,  3-4 Cardamoms  crushed,  mix the dry ingredients  well.
  2. Add 3 tablespoon milk powder,  and 3 tablespoon curd
  3. Add water and being to stir to a thick flowing consistency without leaving a lumps.
  4. Allow the batter to rest for about 30 minutes.
  5. Meanwhile the batter is resting blanched the almonds and pistachios in hot water. Keep them soaked in hot water for 20 minutes then peel and sliced them.

SUGAR SYRUP:–  Heat half cup sugar in one forth cup of water on a low flame,  simmer this mixture.  Stir well.  Just make a sticky syrup.  The sugar syrup needs to be kept warm.


  1. Heat ghee in a pan
  2. Add 3 pinches  baking soda to the malpua batter.  Mix very well.
  3. Lower the flame,  take 2 tablespoon of batter and gently pour in to the hot ghee, spread the batter lightly with the back of the spoon.  Make all the puas like this.
  4. Fry on a low to medium flame till crisp and golden.
  5. Drain them on paper towels then immediately  place them in to warm sugar syrup,  gentle coat the puas so that the pubs absorbs the sugar syrup properly. Then remove immediately  in a serving tray.
  6. Make all the puas  like this and dipped it on the sugar syrup. Garnish with rabdi by pouring  on top of the Malpuas sprinkled almond and pistachios over it.
  7. Now Malpua rabdi is ready to served.