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October 30, 2010

Badusha

Ingredients :

For the dough :

Maida : 3 cups
Butter : 1/4 cup
Oil : 1/2 cup
Sugar : 1 tbsp
A Big Pinch of Cooking Soda

For the Syrup :

Sugar : 1 cup
Water

Oil for deep frying

Method :

Mix the maida, sugar, butter, oil and cooking soda together and make smooth dough by adding water as necessary. Keep it aside for one hour. Mix the sugar and water. The amount of water should be just enough to soak the sugar and make a syrup of one thread consistency. Remove from the flame and set aside. Divide the dough into small lemon size balls. Flatten them a little and make a dimple in the middle. Heat oil in a pan for deep frying the badushas. Deep fry the badushas on medium flame till golden brown color. When they turn to golden brown color, remove from the oil and put them into sugar syrup. Soak the badushas in sugar syrup for 5 minutes. Take the badushas out of the syrup and let it cool completely. Store in an airtight container.

Other Names : Badhusha, Balushahi.

32 comments:

  1. I know my mother in law makes these for diwali, but i have never tried them. they look so perfect. Wow!Its a hard sweet to make for me.

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  2. The original Krispy creme Doughnut, Although the texture is quite Dense naa??

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  3. Wow this is my most fav sweet looks perfect..It isnt easy to make badusha...I've tried them too :) Want to pick one right away :)

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  4. wow..so sweet just like you ..

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  5. nice one..good clicks too..but one quik question - did u hv to knead the dough for a long time? was it flaky in the inside or soft after done?

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  6. This is my most favorite sweet.. just love them..your came out so perfect..looks very very tempting!

    US Masala

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  7. Hi just saw your recipes in Sakshi Sunday edition. When I saw your blog name I immediately recognized it was you and checked immediately. Congrats dear.

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  8. Sorry it was Saturday edition.

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  9. Sweet looks delicious. Love to pick up a few and start munching.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  10. Hi,

    Looks so yummy....Send me some!!:)

    Dr.Sameena@

    www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

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  11. mouthwatering badushas. send me some/.

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  12. Tasty looking badushas. Perfect click.

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  13. Iam late in posting a comment,any how ,,badusha looks great,and yummy ..

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  14. wow mouthwatering and eagerto eat.

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  15. Woww cute looking badushas...yumm!feel like grabbing..

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  16. Super chandana badusha chala baagundhi.chala baaga vacchyi.Love it.

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  17. Wow! Fantastic badushas. Feel like grabbing all. My fav:)

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  18. Thank you. I followed the recipe and made it. My two penny worth - I thought the sugar quantity is slightly less, the syrup quantity was a little less. And I added less oil.

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  19. Wow!!!yum!!!It's really appealing. I love badushas a lot!
    Your presentation is too good..loved it!

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  20. The badushas are amazing! I always wanted this recipe, thanks! http://cosmopolitancurrymania.blogspot.com

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  21. i prepared this yummy badhusa's...... its awesome.

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  22. Yummmmmyyyyy..... i prepared it....

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