October 17, 2006

Baadusha

Posted in Sweets at 8:57 pm by messycooks

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Hi people :)..this is my entry for JFI (Jihva for ingredients)

Ingredients

  • Maida ( All purpose Flour) – 1 cup
  • Butter – 2 Tablespoons
  • Sugar – 3/4 cup
  • Baking Soda – a pinch
  • Salt – a pinch
  • Cardamom Powder – 1/4 teaspoon
  • Saffron strands – few
  • Ghee for frying.

Method

  1. Sift the maida , salt and baking soda together.Add a little water ,butter to the flour and form a soft dough.Dont knead too much.
  2. Make small balls and form patties.Gently press the middle of the patty half way through using index finger.
  3. Heat ghee ( can substitute oil for ghee to cut down on fat) in a kadai and fry the baadusha patties until light golden brown and crispy.
  4. Heat the sugar with 1/4 cup of water and stir in the sugar syrup until it becomes sticky.Add saffron and cardamom to the sugar syrup.Take it out of heat.
  5. Dip the baadusha in the sugar syrup for 2 or 3 minutes in the sugar syrup and arrange it in a serving dish.

Note : Dont keep the patties in sugar syrup for too long as the sugar syrup hardens when cooled and it will be tough to remove the patties.

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26 Comments »

  1. Vee said,

    Gosh Kalpana, those look gorgeous!!..

    Lovely recipe. I have to try these.

    Happy Diwali to y’all and Thank you for participating!!

    Vee.

  2. kalpana said,

    Welcome vee 🙂 ! Thank you so much!

  3. Lakshmiammal said,

    HI
    First time to your blog. Found a traesure of recipes.All my favourites. Iam gonna add yours to my link list. Baadushah looks great and tempting.

  4. kalpana said,

    hii lakshmiammal welcome :)..thx for visiting my blog and adding mine to ur list…do try out my recipes and let me know how it comes out…..

  5. Asha said,

    Happt Diwali!

    Beautiful Badushas!

  6. kalpana said,

    thx asha. A very Happy diwali to u too!

  7. Krithika said,

    These look gorgeous !

  8. kalpana said,

    thank u so much krithika!

  9. menutoday said,

    Hi Kalpana,
    Your Badhusha looks very nice. Thanks for sharing.

  10. kalpana said,

    thanks menutoday.:)

  11. Lera said,

    Hi, wow! you’ve laid out some delicious Mouth watering Badushas!

  12. kalpana said,

    thx so much lera! 🙂

  13. Hi kalpana,
    iam visiting your blog for first time..you have got nice blog…and baadusha looks too good…great photo.Happy blogging:-)

  14. kalpana said,

    thx so much meena! 🙂

  15. Priya S&S said,

    Hi Kalpana,
    Visiting your blog for the first time. You have a lovely collection of recipes. Gonna try your badushah recipe soon.

  16. kalpana said,

    thx so much priya!:d

  17. Such perfect badushas,going to try making them soon!

  18. kalpana said,

    thx so much sumitha! 🙂

  19. Bhargavi said,

    I like Baadushas..but I never tried at home.
    Thx for sharing!

  20. kalpana said,

    thx so much for stopping by bhargavi!:)

  21. shammi said,

    Oh boy those badusha look absolutely PROFESSIONAL! I didnt even know they could be made at home – I thought you only fot them from professional sweet-makers. Lovely photo too!

  22. kalpana said,

    hii shammi..thx so much! baadusha is one of the sweet dishes that can be easily made at home..do try it out!:)

  23. Kumudha said,

    I made these wonderful badushas at home. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

  24. looks perfect badhusha. nice entry.

  25. Nivedita said,

    kalpana first time on your blog, thankx for the recipe. will let you know how it turns out!

  26. kalpana said,

    hi nivedita…thx for visiting 🙂 hope u like my recipe


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