Ghee, or clarified butter, gives a unique flavor and aroma to any dish, and most Indian sweets use oodles of it to make them just delicious! Did you know that the name “ghee” is derived from a Sanskrit word that means “sprinkled”? Ghee can be prepared at home, using the cream from boiling milk. Though it is best to prepare ghee at home you could try Laila’s Ghee too, which is as good as home made ghee! Pure and flavorful Laila’s Ghee is perfect for making all your Diwali sweets! Try out this recipe at home – it is the popular Indian sweet- Malpua, and it will simply melt in your mouth! Rich and creamy Malpua is sure to be a family hit! So get going for the festive season with this rollicking, rich delight!
Prep Time

30 mins

Cook Time

60 mins

Total Time

90 mins


4 people


  • 1 Litre milk
  • ¼ cup maida
  • ¼ cup Suji (semolina)
  • Laila’s Ghee to fry
  • Water


  • Boil the milk till it reduces to half its quantity.
  • Roast the rava till light brown. Add to the milk along with the maida. There should be no lumps but should be of smooth, pouring consistency.
  • Heat the ghee. Take the batter in a glass.
  • Pour in circular movements into the ghee to form a small pan cake. Turn over. Take care that it does not become crisp or hard.
  • Make a sugar syrup of 1 thread consistency. Dip the pan cakes into the syrup and lay out to serve on a plate.
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