Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Vegan Badusha



Badushas are deep-fried flaky sweets very popular in India. Growing up, I always enjoyed eating store bought Badushas, as my mom did not make these wonderful sweet at home.

Recently I came across Badushas in numerous Indian food blogs, and I decided to make it. I followed the recipe from this blog, because it was easy to veganize. I used Crisco pure vegetable oil, instead of butter and ghee. The number of ingredients required to make this sweet is less, but it takes a long time to make this sweet, since the sweets have to be deep-fried in low heat.

22 comments:

bindhiya said...

Hi,
Those Badusha's look yummy!
I'll try soon...
Thanks for visiting my place and commenting..
Have a good day.
♥ & ((hugs))
bindi

Paulina said...

I think I might try this, especially since I've become more into Indian food lately.

Vivacious Vegan said...

These look delicious! Thanks for the restaurant recommendations. We didn't get to potbelly but we did make it to Chicago Diner and loved it.

Hetal said...

umm..these r so tempting,love these!!

Andréa N. said...

They look yummy!

ranji said...

badusha looks really delicious..nice tempting photo:)

Cham said...

I love badusha, need more patience to make it :) Looks delicious ur sweet.

Sangeeth said...

i lu v this sweet.....have to try once

Mihl said...

These look yummy!

Madhavi said...

Hey Thanxxx for droppin' by :))

Badusha looks great, very nice recipe. Keep in touch!!!

Aparna said...

Looks good and yes,it does take time to make.
Sweet are the fruits of labour.:)

Madhuram said...

Even I have not prepared Badhushas. I had this thought that it was very difficult to prepare, but this looks so easy and delicious.

Rural Vegan said...

Those look so tempting! Good for you veganizing them!

Friendly Stranger said...

Hi!
Badushas look delicious....nice pic....
Happy blogging!

Urban Vegan said...

Oh yum. I wonder if you could bake them? I'm not so keen on fried foods. I like them but they don;t like me.

ChocolateCoveredVegan said...

What a fun-looking idea! Oddly enough, my ITALIAN grandma makes something similar!

Meera said...

Badusha looks good. Great picture.
Thanks for visiting my blog.

Vaishali said...

Lovely-looking badushas, Kumudha. A must-try!

Suma Rajesh said...

hai...thanks for commenting...ur badusha's r soo yummy looking and tempting too....nice picture click

Andhra Flavors said...

vegan badhusha looks perfect. I have andhra badhusha at blog.

Gnewvegan said...

These do look yummy.. I love Indian food.. I had a dosa for the first time not too long ago and loved it.. wrote about it on my blog.

Webly said...

I was wondering how those were made! one of my co-workers brought some in to share but they were filled with and soaked in condensed milk. I just might have to try these and get their opinion. Thanks!