As that, so many festivals are going to be held in the next few months and you all know just as the beginning of the day is incomplete without a cup of tea, festivals are too tasteless without desserts, because sweets are only one thing that add more colors and fun in any festive occasion, whether it’s Diwali, Holi or Raksha Bandhan. Therefore, to make the festivals complete, we are providing a pleasant combination of Malpua with Rabri- a treat, delight, dream, fantasy out on a plate, what more can I say about this delectable dessert!! 🙂

This whole dish is an Indian sweet lover’s delight, which simply an irresistible. Mostly, people believe that this one is the best combination, munch after the meal. Undoubtedly, ready to prepare this sweet to celebrate an upcoming festival, but before that, you have to learn its recipe giving below in the very easy steps. So, jot it down and then start… ➡

Let’s go step by step with Malpua and Rabri recipe:


What will you need for the Malpua?


  • ½ cup of Wheat Flour
  • ¼ cup of Sugar
  • 1 tsp of powdered Cardamom (ilachi)
  • A few strands of Saffron
  • A pinch of Salt
  • 1 tsp Fennel Powder (saunf)
  • Ghee or Oil for frying

What will you need for the Rabri?


  • 4 cups of Milk
  • 8 Pistachios
  • 3 tbsp of Sugar

How to prepare Malpua?

  • Add flour, sugar, fennel powder, cardamom powder, salt and saffron in a bowl. If you want to add cooking soda or baking soda, then add 1 tsp of it.
  • Now, mix all the ingredients properly. Add water to form a medium thick batter.
  • Heat oil or ghee in a non-stick pan or griddle and put a big spoon of batter over it.
  • You can put 2-3 big spoons of the batter at the same time. Cook them over the medium flame.
  • Now, spread the little oil over the Malpuas as they get cooked from one side. Turn them and cook, till get golden brown.
  • Malpuas are ready, transfer them into a serving plate.

How to prepare Rabri?

  • First of all, immerse the pistachios in the water for a few minutes and peeled them.
  • Boil the milk in the broad and round Bowl and add sugar to it over a medium or low flame. Keep boiling, until the milk reduces and thickens.
  • This will take a little time, so in between chopped the pistachios and add them into the milk. Continue boiling the milk.
  • After then, you will see that the color of the milk changes to cream color and when it cools down, the Rabri will become thick.
  • Rabri is ready to serve.

“Finally, serve the Malpuas on a serving plate with a spoon of Rabri over them and garnish with silver nuts.”