Prep. , Cook Yield 6 Pieces (Each 3 Inch in Diameter) Maahi Gupta
Malpua is primarily a Bengali cuisine dessert. You literally fry a pancake and sip in Sugar Syrup (Chashni) to make it sweet.
Malpua with Rabdi is just another combination where you top up the pancake with milky Rabdi. It is an optional addition though.
This recipe makes soft and fluffy pancakes with crisp outer edges.
We have not included Rabdi and Chashni recipe here. Chashni recipe is available separately on our catalog and the link has been shared later in the article.
The video is pretty old but the recipe is tried and tested. The images in this article have been updated and we clicked them while we were re-trying the same recipe.
Hence, do not worry and follow the steps as listed here or shown in the video.
By the way, do let us know how the new pictures look, in the comments.
3/2CupSugar SyrupChashni - enough to completely submerge Malpua
Storage and Serving Suggestions
Malpua - an Indian dessert
Sweet pancakes from India called Malpua
Garnish Malpua with Pistachio pieces before serving. Note that Pista should not be salted.
Malpua is also served with Rabdi on top.
Maplua tastes best if served right after preparation. But, you can keep preserve it in refrigerator for 4-5 days easily.
If you have refrigeration Malpua, then use the Microwave to re-heat before serving.
If you refrigerate, then there is a good possibility that the Sugar syrup chashni will solidify too. It may or may not taste well if you plan to melt it again using microwave heating. So, it is advisable to re-heat using the stove.While you use stove, make sure that you have enough chashni in the heating pan to avoid Malpua’s burning.
Prep. , Cook.
6 Pieces (Each 3 Inch in Diameter) Yield
Malpua Recipe - Fried Indian Dessert
Amount Per Serving
Calories985Calories from Fat 729
% Daily Value*
Saturated Fat 12g60%
Polyunsaturated Fat 8g
Monounsaturated Fat 58g
Dietary Fiber 1g4%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.