Malpua sweet recipe | How to make Malpua at home
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Soft from the center with a crunch on the circumference, relish the scrumplicious taste of Malpua, also known as Pua, the delectable Indian sweet served as a dessert or a snack in many Indian households. Originating from the Indian subcontinent and popular in India, Nepal, and Bangladesh, Malpua is one of the sweets that is served during religious occasions such as Diwali, Holi, or as a prasad in pooja/aarti. Made with plain flour and in some states by adding rice flour as well, along with sugar, milk or water to make a thick batter and cardamoms for the aroma, the batter is then poured in hot oil in batches to make the crispy soft and delicious malpua.