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Friday, January 10, 2014

Butter Badhusha / Badusha Recipe / Badhusha Recipe / Balushahi Recipe / Butter Badusha

Step by step method & picture for making Badusha.


Butter Badhusha recipe,Badusha Recipe,Badhusha Recipe / Balushahi Recipe

Ingredients
Maida/All purpose flour-1 & 1/2 cup
Melted butter-1/4 cup
Oil-1/8 cup
Curd-1 & 1/2 tsp
Sugar-1/2 tsp
Cooking soda-2 pinch
Water-less than 1/4 cup
Oil-to fry
Syrup
Sugar-1/2 cup
Water just to immerse
Cardamom powder-2 pinch
Lime juice-1tsp
Butter Badhusha / Badusha Recipe / Badhusha Recipe / Balushahi Recipe
Butter Badhusha / Badusha Recipe / Badhusha Recipe / Balushahi Recipe

Method
Boil sugar & water till one string consistence.Add cardamom powder & lime juice,keep it aside.
In a bowl mix melted butter,oil,cooking soda,curd & sugar,whisk it well.
Add the maida & mix till it crumbles ( it should resemble bread crumbs).Add water little by little ( do not add the water fully) & make a smooth dough.
Knead the dough for at least 10 minutes to get a smooth soft dough.
Take a small ball of dough,pinch the edge & fold to make a swirl like pattern (like you fold kozhukattai or gujiya).
Heat oil in a kadai,in low flame fry the badhushas till brown on both sides.Remove it on a kitchen towel,immediately soak it in warm sugar syrup for at least 2 minutes. Make sure the sugar syrup is well coated all sides of the badhusha, transfer it to a plate.
Decorate it with some crushed pistachio,saffron or cherry.Cool completely & store it in an air tight container in room temperature.

Tips: 
a) Fry the badhushas in low flame otherwise the outer portion will be brown & inside will be uncooked.To not hurry up in frying then the texture of the badhusha gets affected.
b) If your badhusha's are break then these must be the cause- excess butter,oil or cooking soda.To rectify just add some more flour & knead again.
c) This tasted excellent when consumed the next day,do not keep it in fridge will stay fresh for 4 to 5 days at room temperature.
d) Lemon juice is added to the sugar to avoid crystallization.
e) Before dropping the fried badhusha's into the sugar syrup ,make sure its warm.
f) If you are not able to make the swirls/patter on badhusha just flatten it make a impression in the middle (which will look like a doughnut).
g) Kneading the dough for at least 10 minutes is very important to get a smooth soft dough.

Courtesy:Raks kitchen

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18 comments:

  1. wow,badhusha looks awesome ...simply superb...very nice presentation sailaja...

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  2. Buttery badushas looks so creamy and yummy. This is our family favourite. I used to make for every special occasion.

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  3. Never tried this dish before looks devine.

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  4. Lipsmacking badushas...truly tempting..

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  5. Badhushas luks perfect dear,so tempting...Neat presentation...

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  6. Looks super delicious..wow ..yummy

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  7. Looks very yummy.... And is getting me tempted to taste..... I wanna savor one desperately... NOW!!!!

    Ash...
    (http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

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  8. i statrted liking this sweet only recently..never tried at home though..looks yumm..

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  9. looks sooo tempting!! Yum!!

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  10. this looks yumm sailaja...i love badhusha, its been ages sice i had one...shal try them soon :)

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  11. yummy sweet dear..my hubby's favourite

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  12. Badhusha is one of my all time favorite sweet. Looks lovely dear.

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  13. Thanks for trying out Sailaja,hope you liked it :) Looks great!

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