Is it a valid question? If you have reached here after searching on internet then probably not but if you have encountered with this question while checking this site then it may be valid. You may have tried many types of malpua at home or relative’s house or may be at sweets shop too then you must admit that some people prefer only wheat flour made malpua whereas some people prefer suji & refined wheat flour (maida) made crispy suji malpua. Traditional malpua recipes are mostly same but still there is a option to try something better, so taste various malpua to find something which one you like most.
Ratio of all purpose flour (maida) and semolina / suji plays an important role. So you can make this crispy suji malpua at home and work on its ratio and try which ratio suits you to make your preferred sooji malpua. This recipe is quite similar to bengali style sooji malpua.
- All purpose flour / maida - 1.5 cups
- Suji / semolina - ⅔ cup
- Milk powder - ½ cup
- Sugar - ⅔ cup
- Cashew nuts - 20
- Kishmish / raisins - 30
- Cardamom -/ elaichi - 3
- Baking powder - ½ tsp
- Water - as needed
- Ghee - 2 tbsp ( to fry)
- Mix all ingredients in a bowl (add 1 tsp ghee too) and add water to make batter
- Heat ghee in a cooking pan and take ⅓ tbsp of batter and fry in ghee
- Fry all batter this way and serve hot or warm
So what types of malpuas you have tasted? Malpua is most traditional Indian sweets and it is also offered in Indian marriage ceremony too.