Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Badhusha...

First time i made these Badhusha's.It came really very soft n every one in my home enjoyed eating.These days i am not getting time to do blogging as my son is nearing to 11/2yr my attention is full on him.He always revolves in the kitchen itself pulling all the dishes.So i have stay behind him where every he moves.

Ingredients:

For Dough:
All Purpose flour/Maida-2cup
Butter-100gms
Salt a pinch
Baking soda-1/4tsp
Water as required
For syrup:
sugar-1cup
Water-1cup

Oil for deep frying(even you add few spoons of ghee also)

Preparation:

Sieve the flour and baking soda into a bowl.

Add butter(butter should be at room temperature if its in fridge means remove it before 1hour) to the flour and mix with your hand well without any lumps.Now add salt and required water to form a soft n elastic dough.You should the dough for at least 10mints to get soft .Leave it aside for 10mints by covering with kitchen towel.

Heat a pan with oil on medium flame.Again knead the dough and divide into very small balls like we make poori's.Take one small ball into your hand and press in between your palms.Then with your thumb finger press in the middle to form a hole.The hole should not go inside just press it.

Repeat the same procedure for the remaining balls and fry them in oil in batch's i.e at a time 4or5.On medium flame till it turns light golden colour.

Take a pan,add sugar and water and mix well.Cook on low flame for 10mints and switch off the hob.Now dip the fried badhusha's in the syrup for 2mints on both sides and remove it.Place it them on kitchen towel to cool and dry.Then store it in an airtight container and enjoy eating!

18 comments:

Soumya said...

wow...yummy and very perfect badhusha...can feel the softness...sooo tempting dear....

savitha ramesh said...

drool worthy sweet.....like it

Swathi said...

Badhusha looks delicious. I need to try them . I haven't tried yet.

jayasree said...

Badusha looks very soft...

rekhas kitchen said...

Badhusha came out so well pavani.

Gayathri Kumar said...

Yummy badushah. One of my fav sweets..

Priya said...

Badusha looks sooooo delicious, looks soo soft and yummy..

Premalatha Aravindhan said...

Wow they luks perfect!yummy!pass me pls...

Pavani said...

Wow.. Badushas look yummy. Never tried making them at home, but ur detailed recipe seems to be easy. will have to try.

aipi said...

wow, this looks superb and scrumptious :)


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Hamaree Rasoi said...

Badusha looks so soft and tasty. Excellent breakfast.

Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

Umm Mymoonah said...

Yummy badushas.

Sayantani said...

wow perfectly made dear.

Cham said...

My fav sweet- looks good!

Sayantani said...

Pavani, thansk for your interest in Arusuvai. right now we are doing the round in India, once we exhaust the list of bloggers residing in India we have plan to include bloggers from abroad. will let you know as it progresses.

Reshmi Mahesh said...

My fav...Looks delicious...wud try it...

Varunavi said...

Looks yummy,i thought they are difficult to make.

Now Serving said...

Wow! that is totally awesome that you even attempted it - Looks very authentic and YUMMMMMMMY