Sunday, October 26, 2008

Badusha N Happy Diwali To All


Wishing u all Happy Diwali...Eventhough its not possible to celebrate with crackers, we celebrate here with sweets n its not holiday here, some may work n some may not..its kinda hard to work on our favourite festival..However,Enjoy the day with ur family members n friends..



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Badusha, famous sweets..mainly prepared during diwali..i prepared them in my diwali menu sterday...its a long day, i prepared sterday my savouries also sweets, badusha turned out realy excellent, this is first time am preparing badusha along with my mom's help...even she was surprised when i called her to say that i prepared badusha this year for diwali..its a easy sweet, prepared with ghee r dalda, maida n sugar..no diet during festivals..hehe..gonna enjoy diwali with this awesome sweets... love the badushas with lots of sugar syrup over them..

2cup Maida flour
1cup Dalda
1pinch Baking soda
salt
Sugar syrup:
3cups Sugar
1 1/2cup water

Mix together dalda, baking soda n salt in a large vessel, turn them well until dalda n baking soda becomes creamy..add little by little the maida flour with enough water as soft dough..cover the dough n leave it for 15minutes besides, dont disturb them..

Meanwhile prepare sugar syrup with sugar n water in a heavy bottomed pan...once they starts a single string constitency put off the stove n keep aside...

Make small balls out of the dough...rotate them for few seconds until they turns round without any cracks..then flatten them, make a press in the middle with ur thumbs;

Heat the oil in medium r simmer, make sure that oil shouldnt be too hot, if its too hot badushas, will turn brown without getting cooked interior, once the oil is slightly hot, drop one by one to the oil..cook them for few minutes until they get cooked well.

Add this fried badushas to the sugar syrup, soak them in sugar syrup for few minutes n arrange them in a plate until they get cool...

Tasty Badushas r ready!!!

27 comments:

G.Pavani said... Reply To This Comment

priya dear... it looks great nice pics.and happy deepavali

Punam said... Reply To This Comment

Hi Priya.. nice recipe. Happy Diwali to u too. Isn't Diwali all about sweets & sweet joys? Can I invite you to visit my blog to read my recipe for Diwali..? http://foodmazaa.blogspot.com/2008/10/diwali-special-mysore-pak.html

Prema Sundar said... Reply To This Comment

Wanted to try badusha for a long time Priya.. but somehow I didn't have a chance to make it ..yours looks lovely. Happy Diwali to you and your family.

Sireesha said... Reply To This Comment

Badusha looks excellent ...Wish U very Happy Diwali to you and your family !!!!!

Arundathi said... Reply To This Comment

happy deepavalli to you too!

rekhas kitchen said... Reply To This Comment

Happy Dipavali to you and your family too dear

Cham said... Reply To This Comment

U know what, the only sweet I failed continously ... Mine will look good but was hard or uncooked inside.
I should try definetly ur recipe. Happy Diwali to you Dear.

n33ma said... Reply To This Comment

Nice Badushaa Happy Diwali to you too

Yasmeen said... Reply To This Comment

Priya,Have a Wonderful and safe Diwali:)
Badusha Yum Yum:)

Sukanya Ramkumar said... Reply To This Comment

Badusha looks so good. Turned out perfect for u. YUM!

Wish u a happy Diwali!!!

Purva Desai said... Reply To This Comment

Priya my Mother in law made Badusha for this diwali....
Urs look just perfect and divine...

Wishing u and ur family Happy Diwali...

Divya Vikram said... Reply To This Comment

My fav sweet..Happy Deepavali!

Ramya Vijaykumar said... Reply To This Comment

Happy diwali Priya... Oh God look at those Badusha's they look delectable with those sugary coat not too much not too less... Perfect Diwali treat...

anudivya said... Reply To This Comment

Looks awesome.
Wish you a very happy Deepavali...

Priya said... Reply To This Comment

Thanks to all my friends...wishing u all a very happy diwali too with more health, wealth n happiness...

Uma said... Reply To This Comment

wow, perfect badushas! looks tempting Priya!

Usha said... Reply To This Comment

Really looks yum..Happy diwali to you and your family...

sunshinemom said... Reply To This Comment

Priya, these look so professional!!

bicks said... Reply To This Comment

thanks for the recipe priya... i love badsha tried in india once it came well but after coming to US i forget the recipe and tried using butter ,, it wasnt that good.Fter seeing ur recipe i have got the measurments ... but can u tell me if usibg butter is same measurment as dalda?

Priya said... Reply To This Comment

Hi bicks glad to see ur msg...u can use butter, add a bit more baking soda with them...then follow other ingredients as per ur need..hope this helps..

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Chandana said... Reply To This Comment

Hi Priya,

I tried making badushahs but as soon as I put them in oil they disintegrated..What am I doing wrong?

Thanks!

Chandana

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ragunath said... Reply To This Comment

Hello Priya,
I dont get Dalda in my place (Poland), can i use ghee or butter. Pls reply.
UmaRaghu

Priya said... Reply To This Comment

Hi Uma Raghu, u can try butter but am not sure that u will get the same soft badushas, anyhow do try with little quantity of flour and butter and see whether they turn good..

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