When I signed up in blogging marathon for June, I took the theme ‘one type of Indian sweets’. In this, we are to make one type of sweet with three variations. Initially, I wanted to make different types of burfis, but due to hot and humid weather, no one in the family wanted to eat burfi. So I decided to make rainy season speciality i.e. malpua/pooda which is everybody’s favourite at home.
Yesterday, for day 1, I had made Punjabi pooda. For second day, I decided to make Bihari malpua. To find out how it is different from Punjabi pooda, I started looking for the recipe. There were so many variations so decided to take help from one of my Bihari friend who is a very good cook as well. Unlike Rajasthani malpua, that I already have on my blog, Bihari malpua uses banana and coconut in addition to usual malpua ingredients like maida, cardamom, sugar and milk.
I made my bihari malpua using whole wheat flour. By the time I decide which malpua to make for third day, You enjoy my today’s recipe….Bihari Malpua
I am sending this recipe for Blogging Marathon #89 Week 4 Day 2