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Its a famous dessert in India /Pakistan. Its basic ingrediaents is Pulse ( Daal MAASH). Use a flat bottomed frying pan. The imarti bottle can be substituted with a soft plastic sauce bottle with a nozzle. If not available, take a 12"x 12" thick cloth, make a buttonhole type hole in centre. Place over a tumbler and pour in some batter. Hold like a pouch and press out imartis like icing. Shape the imartis as follows, make a ring first, then form small ringlets all along the ring. Till you come to the start.
  Urad dal 2 Cup (32 tbs)
  Sugar 3 Cup (48 tbs)
  Water 300 Milliliter
  Saffron color 4 Drop (Adjust Quantity As Needed)
  Cardamom 1⁄2 Teaspoon, ground
  Ghee 500 Gram (For Frying)

1.Soak urad dal overnight in plenty of water.
2.Wash and drain. Grind to fine thick batter. Put water little by little.
3.Add colour and mix very well.
4.If using a mixie, beat the dal well by hand till fluffy after grinding.
5.Keep aside for 3 hours. More is weather is cold.
6.Make 1 tar sugar syrup as shown in introduction.
7.Add cardomom powder to syrup.
8.Using either an imarti bottle (with nozzle) or cloth as shown in note, form imartis in the hot ghee. Lower flame and allow to crisp turning once.
9.Remove from ghee, drain and dip in hot syrup.
10.Soak for 3-4 minutes, drain and serve.
11.Repeat for remaining batter.
12.Make 4-5 imartis at a time, depending on size of frying pan.

Recipe Summary

Stir Fried
Preparation Time: 
2 Minutes
Cook Time: 
1 Minute
Ready In: 
3 Minutes
Its my favourite sweet. Last visist of India i aet Imarti in Gwalior never taste that type of sweet.

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Nutrition Rank

Nutrition Facts

Serving size

Calories 1611 Calories from Fat 875

% Daily Value*

Total Fat 100 g153.2%

Saturated Fat 61.6 g308.1%

Trans Fat 0 g

Cholesterol 268.1 mg89.4%

Sodium 30.8 mg1.3%

Total Carbohydrates 166 g55.5%

Dietary Fiber 13.2 g52.8%

Sugars 121.4 g

Protein 18 g35.4%

Vitamin A 21.5% Vitamin C 0.18%

Calcium 39.5% Iron 9%

*Based on a 2000 Calorie diet