Jaggery Malpuas


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Jaggery Malpuas, sweet pancakes made with whole wheat flour, jaggery, aniseeds and cardamom powder, served garnished with chopped pistachios.


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A classic recipe from a by-gone era that continues to rock the charts! Replace sugar with jaggery in your daily diet wherever possible to get enough iron.

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Makes 8 malpuas.
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Ingredients

Method
  1. Dissolve the jaggery in 1 cup of warm water and mix well till it dissolves.
  2. Add all the other ingredients and mix well.
  3. Smear a little ghee on a non-stick pan and spread a small amount of the batter on it to make a round of 75 mm. (3") diameter.
  4. Cook on both sides using a little ghee until golden brown. Drain on absorbent paper.
  5. Repeat to make 7 more malpuas.
  6. Serve hot garnished with the chopped pistachios.
Nutrient values per malpua
CarbohydratesFatIronProteinEnergy
18.7 gm.3.2 gm.1.1 mg.2.1 gm.112 cal.
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PraxinoaNovember 08, 2013

This makes a really nice quick snack or pudding. Although they're sweet and have a lovely flavour of their own, I think a lot of people would like some extra flavour added. I crushed some almonds for a topping and served them with some baked peaches; I think they're particularly nice with fruit. Like the recipe states, the added jaggery has the bonus of being high in iron, and they're surprisingly fast to make, so great to turn to when you're in a hurry. :)

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Reviewed November 08, 2013by Praxinoa

This makes a really nice quick snack or pudding. Although they're sweet and have a lovely flavour of their own, I think a lot of people would like some extra flavour added. I crushed some almonds for a topping and served them with some baked peaches; I think they're particularly nice with fruit. Like the recipe states, the added jaggery has the bonus of being high in iron, and they're surprisingly fast to make, so great to turn to when you're in a hurry. :)

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Reviewed May 29, 2013by Loves Food

Tasty malpuas with a lovely sweet taste of jaggery. Glad to see sugar replaced with jaggery and plain flour with whole wheat flour.

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