Singhal or Malpua of Uttarakhand

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Singhal- Traditional dish of Uttarakhand 

Singhal is the traditional dish of Uttarakhand made by frying semolina spirals. This snack is served on special occasions such as weddings and festivals.

Singhal is a traditional festive recipe from Uttarakhand’s Kumaon region. It’s a deep-fried snack recipe that’s very popular in that area. This was revealed to me by a Kumaon friend. Uttarakhand Style Singhal Recipe is a mildly sweet fritter dish made with semolina, yogurt, and banana that is served with adrak chai.

Singhal Dish Recipe

1 cup Sooji (Semolina / Rava)
Hung Curd, 1/2 cup (Greek Yogurt)
mashed 1/2 ripe banana
Sugar (1/2 cup)
1/2 teaspoon ground cardamom (Elaichi)
As needed, milk
Deep-frying oil

Singhal Dish making Process

1. Singhal Recipe in Uttarakhand Style Take a bowl with a wide mouth. Combine the semolina, thick yogurt, mashed banana, sugar, and green cardamom powder in a mixing bowl. Combine thoroughly.

2. Make a smooth batter by adding enough milk.

3. Set aside for 3-4 hours, covered.

4. In a Kadai/deep frying pan, heat the oil.

5. Make a cut at the end of a clean plastic bag. Fill the bag with semolina batter and press it so that the batter reaches the point where the bag is cut.

6. Drop the batter into the oil in the shape of a jalebi. Cook until golden brown.

 

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