Janmashtami Special Taler Malpua

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Last Updated Aug 19, 2022

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Janmashtami special Taler Malpua / Palm Fruit Malpua

How To Make Taler Malpua

 Today I will share step-by-step how to make Janmashtami special Taler Malpua / Palm Fruit Malpua. In Bengal, Taler Bora and Taler Malpua are leading Sweets to offer Sri Krishna to Please Him on the Auspicious Occasion of the Janmashtami Festival. Taler bora is a very common and traditional Bengali sweet Fritters made from fresh palm juice or pulp. But the extraction of the pulp from the ripe palm/tal is a little bit hard task and requires patience and time. But once it is extracted you can make any type of dessert or other recipes from this. Here I used a normal grater to extract the pulps. It has four steps; the first extraction of the pulps, the second step is to make sugar syrup, the third stage is to make a batter, and the last stage is to fry and dip the malpua into the sugar syrup.

Equipment required

  1. Mixing bowl
  2. Grater
  3. Big vessel
  4. Frying pan

Ingredients for Taler Malpua / Palm Fruit Malpua

  1. Tal/Palm fruit pulp-1 cup
  2. All purpose flour-1 cup
  3. Suji-1/4th cup
  4. Rice flour-1/2 cup
  5. Milk-1/2 cup
  6. Sugar-1 and ½ cup( 1 cup for syrup and other ½ cups for the batter)
  7. Baking soda-1/4th tbsp
  8. Funnel seeds-1/4th tbsp (optional)
  9. Oil or ghee-1 cup
  10. Water-2 cups

How to make Janmashtami special Taler Malpua / Palm Fruit Malpua

Extraction of the pulps

Take a tal/palm and remove the upper portion and take out the skin. ( it must be fully ripe)

Taler Malpua step1

With the help of a grater, take out the pulps, from the three big seeds of the palm. You should have great patience to complete this stage. Now collect the pulps and keep them in a bowl.

Taler Malpua step2
Taler Malpua step3
Taler Malpua step4
Taler Malpua step5

To make a sugar syrup

Take a big vessel and put it in the flame, and pour 2 cups of water, 2 cardamoms, and 1 cup of sugar.

Taler Malpua step6

Allow them to boil for 10-12 minutes

Taler Malpua step7

Now the quantity of the water is reduced to one cup, and the syrup also becomes a little thick, switch off the flame.

Taler Malpua step8

To make a batter

Add 1 cup of maida/all-purpose flour to a mixing bowl

Taler Malpua step9

1/4th cup of suji

Taler Malpua step10
Taler Malpua step11

Add ½ cup of rice flour

Taler Malpua step12

Add ½ cup of sugar

Taler Malpua step13

Then pour ½ cup of milk

Taler Malpua step14

Now add the palm pulp.

Taler Malpua step15

Mix them and add 1/4th tbsp baking soda.

Taler Malpua step16
Taler Malpua step17

Mix them to make a little tight batter.

Taler Malpua step18
Taler Malpua step19

To fry and dip the malpua into the sugar syrup

Now heat oil in a frying pan

Taler Malpua step20

With the help of a big spoon take some portion of the batter and pour it into the hot oil. (First time you pour 1 or 2 to check the hotness of the oil. Next stage onwards you can make more at a time. Idea is to keep in high flame initially, then reduced to low-medium)

Taler Malpua step21

Fry both the sides well and then take out from the oil and put them into sugar syrup for 3-4 minutes, and then take them out from the syrup and keep them on a serving plate.

Taler Malpua step22
Taler Malpua step23

The same way makes the next stage by pouring more malpua at a time.

Taler Malpua step24

Allow them to cool and serve.

In the same way, you can prepare Janmashtami special banana malpua

Janmashtami special Taler Malpua

 TodayI will share step-by-step how to make Janmashtami special Taler Malpua / PalmFruit Malpua. In Bengal, Taler Bora and Taler Malpua are leading Sweets tooffer Sri Krishna to Please Him on the Auspicious Occasion of the JanmashtamiFestival.
It has four steps; the first extraction of the pulps, the second step is tomake sugar syrup, the third stage is to make a batter, and the last stage is tofry and dip the malpua into the sugar syrup.
Prep Time 40 mins
Cook Time 40 mins
Total Time 1 hr 20 mins
Course Dessert
Cuisine Bengali, Indian
Servings 4
Calories

Equipment

  • mixing bowl
  • A kadai or a fry pan
  • Big vessel
  • grater

Ingredients
  

  • 1 cup Tal/Palmfruit pulp
  • 1/2 cup rice floue
  • 1/4 cup suji/rava
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 1 and ½ cup Sugar-1 and ½ cup( 1 cup for syrup and other ½ cups for the batter)
  • 1 cup Allpurpose flour
  • 1/4 tbsp baking soda
  • 1/4 tbsp funnel seeds
  • 1 cup oil or ghee
  • 2 cups water

Instructions
 

Extraction of the pulps

  • Take a tal/palm and remove the upper portion and take out the skin.( it mustbe fully ripe)
  • With the help of a grater, take out the pulps, from the three big seeds of the palm. You should have great patience to complete this stage. Now collect the pulps and keep them in a bowl.

To make a sugar syrup

  • Take a big vessel and put it in the flame, and pour 2 cups of water, 2cardamoms, and 1 cup of sugar.
  • Allow them to boil for 10-12 minutes
  • Now the quantity of the water is reduced to one cup, and the syrup also becomes a little thick, switch off the flame.

To make a batter

  • Add 1 cup of maida/all-purpose flour to a mixing bowl
  • 1/4th cup of suji
  • Add ½ cup of rice flour
  • Add ½ cup of sugar
  • Then pour ½ cup of milk
  • Now add the palm pulp.
  • Mix them and add 1/4th tbsp baking soda.
  • Mix them to make a little tight batter.

To fry and dip the malpua into the sugar syrup

  • Now heat oil in a frying pan
  • With the help of a big spoon take some portion of the batter and pour itinto the hot oil. (First time you pour 1 or 2 to check the hotness of the oil.Next stage onwards you can make more at a time. Idea is to keep in high flame initially, then reduced to low-medium)
  • Fry both the sides well and then take out from the oil and put them into sugar syrup for 3-4 minutes, and then take them out from the syrup and keep them on a serving plate.
  • The same way makes the next stage by pouring more malpua at a time.
  • Allow them to cool and serve.

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