Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Mawa Jalebi/Khoya Jalebi

Mawa Jalebi, is one of the delectable Indian sweets which is prepared with homemade mawa aka popular milk solids. Milk solids/khoya/mawa, whatever you name them is one of most interesting ingredient which is quite often used in Indian cuisine especially for making some delightful milk based sweets. Traditionally milk solids are prepared by boiling full fat milk for hours to yield nice quality of mawa. However nowadays short cut version or cheat versions of Mawa do exists. Yes cheat version of mawa calls for full fat milk powder and cream. Both once mixed and cooked until they turns thick makes some quick version of mawa. Coming to my today's post, this is definitely a must try sweet dish from Madhya Pradesh, yes Mawa Jalebi is one of the most known sweets from this region. Traditionally this sweet is prepared during Raksha bandhan, diwlali etc. Mawa Jalebi is definitely a fabulous sweet dish to prepare at home to share with your family and loved ones for special occasions.

Mawa Jalebi

Am taking you all today to Madhya Pradesh for this month's Shh Cooking Secretly, a monthly event started by me, which is now hosted by Mayuri Patel, we are cooking from Madhya Pradesh cuisine. We are exploring each regions of India and we, the fellow bloggers shares secretly our ingredients to cook a dish which will be mysterious ingredients for others and the best part is to guess the ingredients. Every month we are having loads of fun to guess other's secret ingredients,dont forget to ping me if you want to join this group. For Madhya Pradesh, i have been paired with Aruna Panangipaly who blogs at Aahaaram, her blogs is a collection of Vegetarian and Vegan recipes. If you are looking for some droolworthy Andhra style recipes, dont forget to check her space. She gave milk and sugar as secret ingredients for this month's event, obviously i cant think more than dishing out the famous Mawa Jalebi from Madhya Pradesh for this month's theme. And i have bookmarked Madhya Pradesh thali long back from Manjula's Desi Fiesta, and i grabbed her Mawa Jalebi from her delectable thali. A big thanks to Manjula for this tremendous sweet.

Madhya Pradesh Jalebi, Mawa Jalbei

Recipe Source : Desi Fiesta
1cup Mawa (homemade)
1/4cup Maida/All purpose flour
2tbsp Milk
Few Saffron strands
1+1/2cup Sugar
Oil for frying

Take the maida and mix with enough water to make a semi thick paste.

Now take the mawa in a food processor, add the maida paste, water (if needed) and mix everything to make thick pouring consistency paste.

Keep aside in a warm place for an hour, mix the batter well and transfer it to a ziplock bag.

Meanwhile heat oil or ghee for frying.

Make a sugar syrup, by boiling a cup of water and sugar until the syrup turns as one string consistency.

Khoya Jalebi

Add saffron to the syrup and stir well.

Now make a small hole to the ziplock bag, once the oil is hot.

Hold the bag on the top of the oil and press the bag to make medium sized swirls.

Fry the swirls until golden brown on both sides.

Once fried, remove the swirls and top the jalebis to already prepared sugar syrup and let it sit for 10 minutes.

Drain the jalebis and enjoy warm.

Jalebi and Indori poha makes an excellent combination, do give a try to this.

Khoya Jalebi, Mawa Jalebi


Ashima said... Reply To This Comment

The thought of Jalebis always takes me back to childhood to that ad of an oil brand where the kid says "jalebiiiii"! Imagine me saying it just like that looking at your recipe :-) I really do need to make it sometime. Can I use milk powder instead of mawa in the recipe?

Priya Iyer said... Reply To This Comment

Oh, yummmm! This looks so delicious - I want to grab a bite off that plate right away. :)

Mayuri Patel said... Reply To This Comment

A tempting jalebi..must admit have never tasted one made with mawa. Looks very juicy and want to bite into one of them.

cookwithrenu said... Reply To This Comment

I make jalebis but never tried with Mawa. They look Devine

shridevi said... Reply To This Comment

Thanks for sharing a such a good and tasty Khoya Jalebi recipe... keep sharing such a new and interesting recipes.
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Lathiya said... Reply To This Comment

The jalebi looks scrumptious...you got perfect swirls and even I tried jalebi for my challenge too...what a coincidence

Rafeeda AR said... Reply To This Comment

Such a delightful jalebi... I know how much Manjula would try all these lipsmacking and out of the world dishes, isn't it... I love how those twirls looks...

Vidya Narayan said... Reply To This Comment

Rich, decadent and so beautifully plated with those oxidized jewellery on the side. I loved this the moment you shared on the group. Gorgeous colour!

Prathima Shivraj said... Reply To This Comment

Jalebi with mawa is completely different from regular jalebis we get these from barhampur shop near my sasural.. Tasted but never thought to try.. Now its a time I can try with ur recipe.. Urs look more delicious than Store bought dear sister

mildly indian said... Reply To This Comment

So juicy, I have only tried the maida jilebis... I will love to try this.

Anu said... Reply To This Comment

Look at that color and I am sure nobody can resist looking at these delicious jalebis. Also liked the jewellery beside the dish.

Aruna said... Reply To This Comment

You have absolutely celebrated the ingredients I gave you. Jalebis are in general to die for, and Mawa Jalebis must be up one notch on regular jalebis.

May be I should have set a condition that I should be allowed to taste the end result. :D

Priya Satheesh said... Reply To This Comment

What a beautiful colour.. Tempting Jalebi sis :)

Priya said... Reply To This Comment

looks so much like Jangri..yumm..bookmarking to make this desert soon

code2cook said... Reply To This Comment

wow mava jalebi came out perfect, feels like biting them now from screen. I am still skeptical to try these at home. Your necklace too looks beautiful.

jayashree said... Reply To This Comment

Mawa jalebi must have tasted yum, it looks so good. Lovely share for the theme and must try this sometime.

Sujata Roy said... Reply To This Comment

Mawa jalebi looks so perfect and delish. Loved your presentation. Never tried mawa jalebi its different from normal maida jalebi. I can imagine the heavenly taste. Awesome share.

Kalyani said... Reply To This Comment

deep fried jalebis - yumm !perfect for any celebration and fucntion..

Archana said... Reply To This Comment

Perfectly made deliciously mawa jelabis. Sounds and looks so yum Priya! Great share.

Poonam Bachhav said... Reply To This Comment

Have yet to try hands on mava jalebi.Thanks for this wonderful share Priya .

veena said... Reply To This Comment

wow!!! This looks so tempting Priya. Lovely share