Monday 5 March 2012

How to prepare Badusha | Diwali Special Badusha

How to prepare Badusha | Diwali Special Badusha

Badusha | Diwali Special Badusha

  • All-purpose flour - 2 cup
  • Baking powder – ¼ Teaspoon
  • Butter (Melted) – ½ Cup
  • Yogurt - 5 Tablespoon
  • Salt a pinch
  • Sugar - 1 Cup
  • Water – ½ Cup
  • Cardamom powder – 3 Pinches
  • Saffron as required
  • Lemon juice – ½ Teaspoon
  • Oil as required

  • Add all purpose flour and baking soda into a bowl.
  • Add butter and yogurt into it and mix well to form a soft dough.
  • Keep it aside for 20 min.
  • After that  make small balls using this dough.
  • Then start shaping this ball for badusha by just flatten between you palms and  make a depression on the middle or make decorative end.
  • Deep fry them in a very low flame.
  • Meanwhile add sugar and water in a pan and make  syrup of one string consistency. Add cardamom powder into the syrup.
  • Add the badusha into the sugar syrup and let it stay for 2 or 3 min.
  • Transfer it into a tray and garnish with Saffron or nuts.

NB: You can add lemon juice to prevent crystallization of the sugar syrup.
        You can store it in an air tight container.  This will stay fresh for  5 to 6 days .

[Recipe courtesy : Pazham Pappadam Payasam ]
[Recipe design courtesy :Rak's Kitchen]

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  1. This has always been one of my fav sweets along with ghevar and yours look so well made, like just out of a sweet shop. :)

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  2. This has turned soo well mini.. one of my fav sweets.. This is how i like our place they make it flat..I go to weddings looking forward they would serve this :D.. thanks for linking it to my event :)

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  3. Luks Yummy Yumm, my Hubby jus can do any thing to have this...:P
    Thanks linking 2 Holi Hai :)
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  4. lovely one.. one of my fav Indian sweets.. thanks for linking and keep them coming :)

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  5. lovly indian fav we call this balushahi...thanks for linking this recipe with my event