Balushahi

By Chef Barkha A

Preparation Time : 3.5 Hrs

Tags: Hyderabadi

349

Serves 1/2 kg

Balushahi is a Hyderabadi dessert which consists of refined flour dipped in sugar syrup. Also known as Badusha, it’s a popular sweet in India, especially the Eastern region, i.e. Bihar and West Bengal.

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About the Dish

Balushahi is a Hyderabadi dessert which consists of refined flour dipped in sugar syrup. Also known as Badusha, it’s a popular sweet in India, especially the Eastern region, i.e. Bihar and West Bengal. Balushahi is similar to the doughnuts from the Western cuisine, however, is one of the oldest delicacies in India. It’s usually popular during wedding ceremonies or festivals like Diwali but is available throughout the year.

How to Eat

Enjoy this sweet snack as a cheat snack or as an after-meal sweet. It has a soft texture inside and a slightly crispy texture on the outside. It’s sweet that can be enjoyed without any accompaniments.

About the Chef

Chef Barkha A

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