Friday, November 4, 2011

Balushahi



Balushahi (updated pic)

Balushahi is a traditional sweet of India made especially during festivals and feast. It is popular and much loved in South India and is also refereed to as badushah. All those who have a sweet tooth will surely love this sweet.It is like fried and glazed pasty that resembles doughnuts. It is sweet and has a slightly flaky and melt in mouth texture. It is made with flour,yogurt and ghee, fried and is dropped in sugar syrup. I did not get the cute round shape but I loved the flaky texture and everyone enjoyed :)

Ingredients
All Purpose flour- 2 cup
Baking powder- 1/2 tsp
salt- a pinch
Ghee- 1/3 cup
Yogurt- 1/2 cup

For the syrup
Sugar- 1 1/2 cup
Water- 3/4 cup
lemon juice- a few drops
Cardamon crushed-3-4

Oil for deep frying


In a bowl mix flour,baking powder and salt. Add ghee/butter and rub in ghee or butter with the flour until the mixture resembles bread crumbs. Add yogurt and mix lightly till all comes together into a stiff dough. Do not knead much at this stage.It will not be a smooth dough just like for chapatis but will be flaky and easily falling apart.Allow it to rest for about an hour.

Make the syrup by adding water to sugar and bring it to a boil. Allow it to simmer till it reaches two thread consistency.Add lemon juice and cardamon and set aside.

Heat oil in a pan.Knead the dough a bit to make it easy to handle and little more smooth,but do not knead much. (The edges may looks rough and and cracked but will help to penetrate the sugar syrup later). Make small balls and flatten it slightly with your thumb. Fry in low medium flame till golden brown on both sides.Take out from the hot oil and after a few seconds drop into the sugar syrup and it remain for about 15- 20 minutes in the syrup. Take out and allow the glaze to dry.

Recipe source: Vahchef


Try this..
Hope you will all enjoy..

28 comments:

  1. Yumm and deliciously done Badhusha recipe Dear.Luv it and the clicks.

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  2. Hey njan korachu kallam aayi ithinne nottam idunnu...idhuvare try cheythillya..Ithu super aayittundu..

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  3. very tempting and yummy sweet !!

    Ongoing Event - Festive Food

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  4. omg...the bhadush looks so yummy...mouth watering dessert..

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  5. Balushahi is truly delicious. making me drool suja.

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  6. Looks so tempting and delicious. Nice dish.
    Uma@Trendy Relish

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  7. Wow ,perfect recipe for the festive season.

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  8. Whoa i love budushah, you have made it simply stunning. The pics are speaking it loud.

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  9. wow, they look so yum dear, sure they will melt in mouth and they are so tempting..

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  10. superb recipe to keep....

    http://www.panchamrutham.blogspot.com/

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  11. omg...the bhadush looks so yummy...mouth watering dessert..

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  12. delicious sweet.. thanks for sharing..

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  13. Very nicely made! looks delicious

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  14. Those look super duper droolworthy! Perfect looking balushahis!
    USMasala

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  15. This is just melt in the mouth, looks very delicious.

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  16. Its first time here...
    really yummylicious sweet..I am happy to follow u dear...

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  17. That's my favorite, looks so tempting & mouthwatering!

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  18. omg...sooooooooooper dooooper sweet recipe..thanks for sharing dear.;)
    Tasty Appetite

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  19. Looks delicious and fantastic balushahi..

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  20. New recipe to me.Has come out well for you.Mouthwatering sweet !

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