Badhusha / Badusha / Balushahi is an Indian traditional sweet that is popularly prepared for Diwali. It is moreover a sweet pastry than a sweet. The sweet is layered with a subtle sweet touch.
As this sweet is not dipped or soaked in sweet like Jangri or Jalebi, Badusha can be eaten without douting the sugar intake.
- Refined flour
- Cooking soda
- Cardamom powder
- Iodized salt
- Lemon juice
- Saffron strands
- Edible Oil
The Refines flour is converted into a sweet pastry and made into round layers. It is then deep-fried and then glazed with sugar syrup.
Badusha has a soft layer and flaky texture from inside to out with mild sweetness. If you have not yet tried this sweet, you must do it now. You will fall in love with it instantly.
To get the flaky layered structure badusha is deep-fried slowly in low flame. It is simply a sweet donut made from all-purpose flour (maida flour) and sugar.
- Type: Sweets
- Variety: Vegetarian
- Storage: In an air-tight container
- Shelf life: 7 days from opening
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