Parwal sweet is an easy and delicious recipe prepared specially in North India during festivity. This simple and unique mithai of parwal is stuffed with mawa.
Parwal – 15 (500 grams)
Sugar – 1.5 cup (300 grams)
Mawa – 1 cup (200 grams)
Powdered sugar – ¼ cup
Almonds – ¼ cup
Green cardamom – 5
Pistachios – 1 tsp
1.Peel and cut both the sides of the parwal. Slit them keeping one end joined and scrape out the pulp and seeds. Thinly slice 10 almonds and pistachios and keep them separately. Grind the remaining almonds into fine powder in mixer grinder.
2.Start with boiling the parwal in a vessel filled with 4 cups of water for 4 minutes. 4 minutes later, turn off the flame. Cover and keep the parwal drenched for 5 minutes. Afterward, drain out them on a strainer placed over a bowl.
3.For sugar syrup, simmer sugar and 1 cup of water in a vessel until the sugar dissolves completely. As the sugar gets dissolved completely, drop the parwal and cook them till their colour changes slightly. Thereafter, turn off the flame, cover and leave the parwal for 1 hour.
4.In the meantime, roast the mawa in a pan until the colour changes slightly. Then transfer the mawa on a plate and thoroughly mix almond powder and powdered sugar in slightly warm mawa.
5.By this time, parwal will become sweet. Drain out them on a plate and generously fill each parwal with the mawa stuffing. Place 2 to 3 almonds and 2 to 3 pistachios on the top and place the parwal mithai on plate.
Serve these scrumptious parwal mithai now or refrigerate them and serve later.
You can make stuffing without almond powder only with mawa and powdered sugar.
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