How to make: How to make Padusha at home without losing flavor?
In a bowl add maida, 2 tbsp semolina, almonds and 6 tbsp ghee and mix well.
Add a little milk to this mixture and knead into a puree dough.
In a separate bowl, add two cups of sugar, two cups of water, bring to a boil and set aside.
Roll the dough into iconic balls and assemble into iconic puris on the chapati stone. Rub it into a triangular shape.
Heat oil in a frying pan, add almonds and fry till golden brown.
Put the fried puris in the already prepared red sugar syrup. Finally, take the puris out of the sugar syrup and roll them in coconut powder to give a coconut coating. This sweet can be served anytime, morning or evening!