Oct 28, 2015

Easy Bread Malpua Recipe / Stuffed Malpua Recipe - Easy Diwali Sweets Recipes

Malpua is one of my favourite desert. It is rich, sweet, sticky and so good. I made it and shared it last year, this year i decided to make another version of it, a stuffed bread malpua..It is just a bread and khoya stuffed desert, the stuffed bread malpua is fried and soaked in sugar syrup..

This version tasted so good. It almost tasted like stuffed gulab jamun. I added nuts in this, you can skip it and simply use khoya. This desert taste yummy when served warm..Hubby was just going crazy over this and gulped two of this in a min..

I used homemade khoya, For Homemade Khoya, Check out traditional version and instant version.. You can use store bought khoya as well. And also instead of using unsweetened khoya, you can use sweet khoya, in which you have to skip the sugar and add nuts alone.

Hope you will give this a try and let me know how it turns out for you..

Preparation Time : 15 mins

Cooking Time : 30 mins
Makes: 6 to 8


For Outer Layer:

Bread Slices - 6 to 8 slices
Milk - 1/2 cup or as needed
Oil or Ghee for Pan Frying

For Filling:

Khoya / Mawa - 1/2 cup
Sugar - 1.5 tblspn
Nuts - 1/4 cup (I used almonds, cashews, chironji)
Ghee - 1 tsp

For Homemade Khoya, Check out traditional version and instant version..

For Sugar Syrup:

Sugar - 3/4 cup 
Water - 3/4 cup
Saffron a pinch
Cardamom Powder - 1/2 tsp


First make the filling, heat a tsp of ghee in a pan, add nuts in and fry till golden. Take khoya, sugar and nuts in a bowl and mix well. Set aside.

Now make the syrup.Take sugar , water in a sauce pan and bring it to a boil. Now add in cardamom powder and saffron, mix well and set aside.

Now take bread slices, remove the crust and tear it into small pieces. Add milk slowly and knead to a soft dough.

Now divide it into equal balls. Take a ball and flatten it lightly. Spoon little filling and bring it together and seal the edges.

Now flatten it lightly. 

Heat oil for deep frying, put the bread in the oil and fry till golden.

Drain it and add to syrup, Coat it on both sides for just few sec

Remove it and serve.

Take all your ingredients

First lets prepare the stuffing..Heat a tsp of ghee

add in finely chopped nuts

Saute and fry them till it is well browned

Take khoya in a bowl

add in sugar

add in nuts

Mix well and set aside
Now lets make the sugar syrup...take sugar in a bowl

add in water

Mix well and bring it to a boil

add in cardamom powder

add in saffron

Now syrup is done
now take your bread slices, remove the crust

tear it and take it in a bowl

add little milk at a time

knead to a dough

divide it into equal size balls

take a ball

flatten it

place a spoonful of filling in

bring the edges together and seal it

flatten it lightly

now drop this in oil

fry till golden

drain it

drop the malpua in sugar syrup

coat it all sides

Let this soak for a min..

Remove it and serve


  1. Hi arthi,

    Nice blog...Instead of khoya can we add anything else...Or pl let us know the reciepe of khoya...

  2. @Anonymouskhoya recipe link is given in the written part

  3. Hi Arthi, I use to try ur recipe often.
    Everything was awesome

    How many days we can store this bread malpua
    And we need refrigerate ?

  4. Hi arthi , I have tried most of ur recipe and everything was awesome dear.

    How many days we can store this bread malpua and we need to refrigerate?

  5. @nathi nallasamyyes t has to be refrigerated..u can keep it for one or two days..but taste best the same day

  6. Hello,
    Iwas wondering how to make these valls of bread soft.

  7. I tried this out,came out fantastic

  8. Wow. It looks so divine .. I will try this immediately. Can we skip Saffron ??


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