Mathura ke Pede | How to make Mathura ke Pede

By surabhi Mehrotra  |  21st Apr 2016  |  
4.6 from 22 reviews Rate It!
  • Mathura ke Pede, How to make Mathura ke Pede
Mathura ke Pedeby surabhi Mehrotra
  • Prep Time

    10

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  • Cook Time

    30

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  • Serves

    10

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About Mathura ke Pede

It is a North Indian sweet dish ,that originated from Mathura . One of the most favourite sweet of Lord Krishna, prepared by mawa (khoya) n bura. One of Holi speciality . I have been relishing this amazing sweet since childhood and wanted to create at home . Got inspiration for this from NishaMadhulika Ji.

Mathura ke Pede is delicious and authentic dish. Mathura ke Pede by surabhi Mehrotra is a great option when you want something interesting to eat at home. Restaurant style Mathura ke Pede is liked by most people . The preparation time of this recipe is 10 minutes and it takes 30 minutes to cook it properly. Mathura ke Pede is an amazing dish which is liked by the people of every region. By the help of this recipe you can definitely know how to make a perfect Mathura ke Pede. Mathura ke Pede is an amazing dish which is perfectly appropriate for any occasion. Mathura ke Pede is delicious as well as healthy dish because it contains large amount of healthy nutrients. Surprise your family and friends by preparing this restaurant style Mathura ke Pede at your home.

Mathura ke Pede

Ingredients to make Mathura ke Pede

  • Khoya/Mawa - 500 grams (2 1/2 cup)
  • Tagar/ Bura - 500 grams (2 1/2 cup)
  • Ghee 1 - 2 tbsp
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • Green cardamom powder (8-10)

How to make Mathura ke Pede

  1. Take a heavy bottom pan or kadhai, heat and put mawa in it. Keep on stirring continuously so that it does not stick in the pan. It will start changing colour in some time, add some ghee at this point.
  2. Keep stirring, now whenever it changes colour keep adding milk. Do this til mawa becomes brown.
  3. Let mawa cool completely. Now add 400 gram of tagar and cardamom powder, mix well.
  4. Spread the remaining tagar on a plate. Take a lemon size ball of mixture in hand and give it a shape of a peda. Now roll this peda on tagar and press a little by hand.
  5. Similarly make rest of the pedas. Leave them to dry for half to one hour outside and then store in airtight container.
  6. Enjoy simple yet flavourful divine sweet.

My Tip:

home made mawa is best.

Reviews for Mathura ke Pede (22)

Varsha Thakkara month ago

bura means powdered sugar
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Priya Iyer7 months ago

What is bura?
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Rufina Menezesa year ago

http://www.rachnas-kitchen.com/how-to-make-tagar-or-boora-sugar-at-home/
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Surabhi Mehrotraa year ago

Ingredients for Tagar - part 1 Sugar - 1 kg. (5 cup) Water - 350 gms. (12/3 cup) Milk - 1 table spoon. Ghee - 1 tea spoon. Method :Take a pan and put sugar and water in it. Keep it on a stove to boil and stir the mixture continuously for 2-3 minutes. Once the mixture starts to boil add milk to it. You will see a dirty foam appearing over the mixture, take it out with the help of a ladle. The dirt of the sugar gets cleaned this way. Cook the mixture for 8-10 minutes.
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Afroz Shaikha year ago

Could explain what is Bura??
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Sapna Aroraa year ago

what is tagar/bura?is it gud ka bura?
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Sunita Kolia year ago

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Dhru Rajkumar Gandhia year ago

what is tagar
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Padma Harohallia year ago

what is tagar
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Manmeet Kaura year ago

thanks
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Medha Nadgoudaa year ago

is it pithisakhar in Marathi or castor sugar in English.
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Bhuvana Krishnana year ago

what is tagar
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Kawaljit Kaura year ago

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hania patela year ago

wt is tagar/bura??
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Pushpa kannana year ago

Lovely
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Roupa sudhi2 years ago

Tried it..super delicious n easy to cook
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Aarti Mehrotra2 years ago

Wow.. Yumm
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shweta sharma2 years ago

Yummy
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Vinita Rai2 years ago

When do I get'em??? Yummy....
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Shubhli Bhalla2 years ago

Can't wait to try it ☺️✨👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
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Rucha Naik2 years ago

Awsum
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Sunita Gurbaxani2 years ago

My all time favorite!!
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