Tuesday, January 6, 2015

SWEET BREAD COINS WITH MAWA


In Sindhi cuisine we have this deep fried bread dipped in sugar syrup which is usually made plain without any mawa topping and served for breakfast.I have tweaked it a little and turned it out into a rich dessert with home made creamy mawa. This has become a big hit in my parties.

Ingredients:
Bread Slices
Sugar - 2 cups
Water - 1 cup
Cardamoms - 4
Saffron - a pinch
Oil for frying

For Mawa:
Milk powder - 3 cups
Sugar - 1 cup
Ghee - 1 tbsp
Cardamom Powder - 1/4 th tsp
Lime Juice or Vinegar

For Garnishing:
pistachios
Cherries

Method:

1. Cut the bread slices in a round shape using a cutter or a bottle lid.

2. Fry till gloden brown and crisp.
3. Make a thick syrup with sugar, water, saffron and cardamoms.
4. Mix 2 cups milk powder with 1 and 1/2 cups water and make paneer(cottage cheese) using vinegar or lime juice.

5. Drain and allow it to cool.
6. In a bowl, mix lightly -1 cup milk powder, the prepared paneer, 1 cup sugar, ghee and cardamom powder.
7. Spread it in a flat dish and microwave it for 3-4 minutes. (Mawa is ready)

8. Crumble this mawa and pour a few spoons of milk to make it of spreading consistency.

9. A few hours before serving, place the bread coins in a flat dish, pour the sugar syrup over them with a spoon and let them soak for about 1-2 hours or until they are softer.
10. Spread the mawa over them and garnish with pistachio powder.

11. For variation you can also garnish with a cherry.


Serve chilled.




50 comments:

  1. U r making me drool here..delightful treats!!

    US Masala

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  2. Shobha,this is the ultimate sweet-I wish I could pop one of these bread coins in my mouth and just sink myself in the sweet pleasure :)

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    1. Please do.. you are most welcome

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  3. wow...innovative and super yummy recipe...drooling here....feel like having some now...yum!

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  4. Very informative way of telling step by step recipe with photos. :)

    Yummy dish. I will try for sure. :)

    Thanks for sharing. :)

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    1. Thanks for the compliment Chandrika

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  5. Woww irresistible dessert,inviting..

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  6. Beautiful and creative! Looks so yum...

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  7. Bread coins looks perfect and new to me very innovative.

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  8. ok, that is one of the best things I have seen to be done with bread. Loving everything about it.

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  9. wow!! absolutley delicious looking stiff! it does resemble the double ka meetha (or shahi tukda) but it is so much more easier, and looks much more colorful.... will try this out...thanks!!

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  10. The bread coins look absolutely delicious. Thank you for linking it to my event dear. I am honored.!

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  11. Bread coin looks droolicious...perfect for my event..Thank you so much !!

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  12. Wow this looks yum...I remember mum made this for our potluck party at school..we used to call them as "golden coins"..LUVD IT.

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  13. Looks yummy...lovely Blog

    http://kiransaboo.blogspot.in/

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  14. that is a treat to see... delicious pictures... you are making me drool here!!!! have no words to describe how tempting they look... Thanks for sending this yummy recipe to my event.. Looking for more yummy recipes...

    Sowmya
    Event - Authentic Indian Sweets w giveaway
    Event - Kid's delight - Sweet Treats

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  15. Very unusual and creative dish. Perfect for serving at a dinner party.

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    1. Thanks Nayna.. yes this is a big hit in my parties here.

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  16. yummy, the pictures are making me drool :)

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    1. Lol .. Mayuri.. you must make it

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  17. These look delicious. Giving the round shape is an innovative idea.

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  18. Yummmy. .innovative recipe. .thanks for sharing. .

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  19. well made shobhaa.. these are looking extremely mouthwatering :)

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