One of the traditional recipes in Banaras and Bihar is “Parwal Ki Mithai” is very unique sweet which stuffed with mawa or khoya and nuts. This time I choose “Dessert with Vegetables” theme under BM# 34 for first week, so here is my first recipe “Parwal ki Mithai”. For this recipe, you have to boiled and soak the parwal in sugar syrup, filled with khoya and nuts stuffing. You can serve this recipe as dessert or sweet on Diwali or any other festival season.
Preparation Time: 30 Minutes
Cooking Time: 20 Minutes
Category: Indian Sweets
10 Parwal, peeled and seedless
1/4 Tsp. Soda Bi Carbonate
For Sugar Syrup
1 Cup Sugar
1/2 Cup Water
1/2 Tbsp. Milk
1 Cup Mawa/ Khoya, grated
1/4 Cup Milk Powder
8 Almonds, finely chopped
8 Cashews, finely chopped,
10 Pistachio’s, finely chopped
1/2 Tsp. Cardamom Powder
1/2 Cup Sugar
Peel and slit the parwal in centre and remove the seeds.
Boil the water in pan and add pinch of baking soda.
Add parwal and boil it for 5-7 minutes.
Heat the sugar and water together in separate pan till to one string syrup.
Add boiled and drained parwal in sugar syrup.
Soak the parwal in syrup for 5-10 minutes. Keep aside to cool.
Heat the grated mawa in non-stick pan.
Add powdered sugar, cardamom and chopped nuts in mawa. Cook for two minutes only.
Remove the mixture into bowl and add milk powder. Mix well and keep aside to cool.
Stuff the parwal with mawa mixture and garnish with chopped pistas and saffron.
Keep in freeze and serve chill.
You can garnish with silver varq too which gives beautiful outlook.
Choose any combination of nuts which you liked.
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