Badhusha

by - December 06, 2010



Badhusha is a traditional sweet of India made usually in most of festivals. It is a doughnut made out of flour & coated with sugar syrup. After trying various methods of preparing badhusha, I found this measurement  is perfect to get soft badhusha as we get in Krishna sweets. Try this & let me know. I got this recipe from "Arusuvai Neram" South Indian TV cookery show.

Ingredients:

For dough:

Maida / All purpose flour - 2 cups
Oil - 1/4 cup or 2 Ounce
Butter / Ghee - Half of 1/4 cup or 1 Ounce
Sugar - 2 tsp
Salt - A pinch
Cooking Soda - A pinch
Water - 1 Ounce to 2 Ounce

For Syrup:

Sugar - 1 cup
Water - 1 cup
Oil for frying
Method:


  • Mix Flour, Salt, Sugar & cooking soda well.
  • Melt Ghee with Oil and add to the flour.
  • Using your hands Knead the dough softly.
  • If require add water little by little and make a soft dough as we do for Chappathi dough.
  • Rest it for an hour & make small lemon size balls.
  • Slightly flatten them with small depression in center.
  • Rest it for 5 mins, Meanwhile heat Oil in a kadai or Pan for frying in medium heat.
  • Drop Badhusha s in batches & lower the heat. Let it cook in low heat itself.
  • Carefully turn over them & cook till it turns golden brown colour.
  • Side by, prepare sugar syrup with sugar & water to one string consistency and turn off the heat.
  • Add cooked badhusha to sugar syrup & leave it for 1 minute.
  • Remove the dipped badhusha & let it cool.
  • Store in Air tight container.

Note: Use same measurement to get soft Badhusha.
It is Better to keep more oil, So badhusha will float & cook completely. If you want white coated badhusha then  Keep on stirring the 1 string consistency sugar syrup till it form cloudy syrup after removing from heat . Soak the badhusha in cloudy sugar syrup for 3 mins and remove, keep it in grease plate to cool.
After cooling, with help of oiled platted knife take the badhusha carefully & store it in a container.

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10 comments

  1. I have soooooooo bookmarked it, I love badusha and thanks for linking it to our event :)

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  2. Yummy Badhushas,looks tempting and lovely.

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  3. nice badhusha saras.....will try it soon

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  4. I loveee these and am drooling over this yummy platter of perfect looking balushahi ::..yum yum!!
    Thanks a lot for linking this to bookmark event..)
    Just one thing..you didn't mention anywhere, how it was bookmarked or what was the source of this recipe. You must indicate this in order to link it to "Bookmarked Recipes - Every Tuesday" event. will appreciate if you please update your post with this info..Thanks again!

    US Masala

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  5. Very tempting cute looking irresistible badhushas..

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  6. awesome dear...Chance a illa..Perfect presentation,perfect badhushah..Good thought of putting it step by step..keep roccking !!!

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  7. Lovely recipe..bookmarked this one..i wanted to cook this for my father as he loves this sweet a lot..

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  8. i wud like to mail this recipe but cud'nt. the display is in arabic.i need help

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  9. I love Badusha , will definitely try this out.

    -Mitu
    http://mitu-kitchen-delights.blogspot.com/

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  10. Reminds me of Diwali as my mom makes badushas every year :-)

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