Balushahi another most popular sweet in Indian cuisine is the balushahi. It is a simple preparation and doesn’t require too much of hassle. The best part about this sweet recipe is that you can keep it stored in airtight containers for weeks.
2 cups plain flour (maida)
1/2 cup ghee
1/2 cup mango pulp
a pinch of soda bi carbonate
ghee for frying
4 cups sugar
2 cups water
1.Sieve the flour,add1/2cup gheeto it and mix.
2.Add the mango pulp and soda -bi-carb and mix well to form a soft dough.
3.Mould the dough into little balls and flatten.fry in ghee till light brown on low flame.keep aside to cool.
for the sugar syrup
1.Mix the water and sugar.
2.Melt the sugar and boil over low heat till the mixture starts boiling.
3.To test if the syrup is ready drop a little bit in a plate,if it hardens quickly,the syrup is ready for the balushaihs.
how to proceed
1.Dip the balushahias in sugar syrup for 4-5min and leave aside to dry in a greased plate.
2.The balushahis are ready when the syrup has dried.