Thursday, October 3, 2019



Indian sweets are very easy to make but it is very tricky too as many of these sweets require different sugar syrup consistency. Now a days instead of making perfect dough, we depend on bread to whip it up more easily and quickly. Bread snacks and bread desserts are my my favorite all the time. Most of the bread recipes will be very easy to make and will be finger licking good too. Here am with yet another bread sweet or bread snack. Recently i have shared the perfect recipe for malabar neyvada in my blog and in my channel. This time am with bread neyy vada recipe which is so interesting and tempting. So here is the recipe for bread sweet or bread neyvada.
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Bread slices - 8 nos
Milk - 4 tbsp or more
Ghee - 2 tsp
Oil for frying

For sugar syrup
Sugar - half a cup
Water - 1 cup
Cardamom - 2 nos
Lemon juice - 1 tsp


Watch video showing How to make bread neyyvada

  • Discard the sides of the bread and then make it to fine pieces.
  •  Add 1 tsp of ghee to this bread pieces and combine well with your hand.
  • Add milk little by little and knead very well. Do not add more milk. Add the remaining 1 tsp of ghee and form a dough.
  •  When done, transfer it the blender and pulse it for a second or two. This makes the dough lumps free and soft.
  • Now again knead  and make small balls out of it. Flatten it and make a hole in the centre like vada.
  • Then prepare the sugar syrup by boiling sugar, water, cardamom, lemon juice in a sauce pan for 6 TO 8 minutes.  No need of reaching one string consistency.
  • Once done, off the flame and let it set aside.
  • Heat a pan with oil for deep frying. The oil must be hot and then reduce the flame to medium low. Do not fry this sweet over a low flame or high flame which is very important.
  • Do not fry for long also. When done transfer it to a plate. Immediately drop it to the hot  syrup. Soak it for 30 seconds in the syrup and transfer it to a plate. Refrigerate it for 15 mins and serve.