Saturday, November 3, 2012

Badusha|Diwlai Sweets

                                                   



 Badusha is a simple Indian sweet made during diwali and few other festivals and weddings.It is flour dumpling fried in oil and dipped in sugar syrup.It resembles mini doughnuts.It is mild in sweet and that is the reason a lot of people like it.



You will Need


  • One cup Maida
  • 1/4th cup Curd
  • 1/4tsp of Soda
  • 1/4cup Melted Butter
  • One tsp of Sugar
How to
  • Whisk Curd,butter,one tsp sugar,and the soda for five minutes.



  • Add the flour little by little and make it into a soft dough.set aside for an hour.Add water if required.



  • Take a small portion of the dough and shape it in to a mini doughnut(press in the middle to form a depression)


  • Heat enough oil in a wide pan and deepfry them in low flame.It is important to fry them in low flame otherwise the inside will not get cooked.




  • Prepare sugar syrup in single string consistency and dip the fried dumplings in sugar syrup.Let them get soaked until you fry the next batch.



Take them out from sugar syrup and arrange in a plate.


22 comments:

Priya Satheesh said...

This is my most fav sweet and never tried at home...Bookmarked ! Will try this for sure for diwali...

Ragini Sharma said...

I love this dish very much
Joint Replacement India

Happy Cook / Finla said...

I love these sweet too, but have to say i have never ever made them at home and you have shown how to make them in a easy way and i thought they took so much work.
Beautiful and yumm

uma shankar said...

Thankyou priya,ragini and Finla!!Happy diwali to all!

Prathibha said...

They look very delicious n nice clicks

APARNARAJESHKUMAR said...

neat presentation ! looks gr8

Priti S said...

Looks very delicious and nicely explained stepvise pic ...you made it looks so easy ...love your presentation

Srimathi said...

I have never tried making this sweet. My mother in law loves it and always makes it every year. I have her recipe, but never tried it. Your badusha looks perfect. Inspires me to do it this year too.

RENU said...

looks so tasty...

RENU said...

looks so tasty...

Nivedhanams Sowmya said...

wow that is so tempting and festive!!! yummy and delicious!!!
Sowmya
Ongoing Event - CWF - Whole
Wheat Flour

yummyy....! said...

Very much tempting..sure i try this for this diwali

Usha Raja said...

I just finished making badushah...they came out yummy...yet to get perfect like urs but they taste awesome,.i want to know, why the litttle depression that i made doesnt stay after its cooked. Also want to know how hot the oil should be before we fry as i wish to oerfect this further...thanks a ton !!!

Kanniammal said...

Badusha came out very well....thanks to jaya recipes.....a small tip....we should add badusha to syrup when both are warm...it should not be too hot or very cool...

uma shankar said...

Glad your badushas came out well.Thank you for the tip will surely try next time.

Jyo Girl said...

Tried this today and came awesome! Your recipe and pictures inspired me to try it for the first time :) Thank you

Aruna Sridar said...

Hello mam, if we are using unsalted butter is it necessary to add table salt?

Kalyani said...

hi... am planning to make this for the first time shortly

1) What is the quantity of sugar reqd?

2) with regards to edting the snap, what is the software you used to get the Tamil font ?

Pl revert.
thanks
Kalyani

Kalyani said...

hi... am planning to make this for the first time shortly

1) What is the quantity of sugar reqd?

2) with regards to edting the snap, what is the software you used to get the Tamil font ?

Pl revert.
thanks
Kalyani

Uma Shankar said...

Hi kalyani

If you are preparing with one cup maida use half a cup sugar and add water to just immerse it.
I get the tamil fonts from Tamil online converter.

Sheshi said...

Lovely badusha!looks perfect..beautiful presentation too:-)
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