Imartis by Dilpasand Recipe

Imartis is a popular Indian sweet that is made from deep-fried lentil batter soaked in sugar syrup. It is a crispy and flaky dessert that is often enjoyed on special occasions.

Imartis by Dilpasand Recipe

Recipe by Saqib JavedCourse: DessertCuisine: Indian, PakistaniDifficulty: Medium


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Imrati is typically eaten as a dessert on its own. It can also be served with a side of ice cream or whipped cream.


  • White lentils (1 cup)

  • Sugar (2 cup)

  • Water (4 cup)

  • Green Cardamom powder (2 tablespoons)

  • Food color (1 teaspoon)

  • Corn starch (2 tablespoon)

  • Baking soda (1 pinch)


  • Soak and Grind:
  • In a large bowl, combine white lentils with warm water. Allow it to soak overnight until the lentils become soft.
  • Transfer the soaked lentils to a grinder and grind them into a smooth paste. Ensure the paste is free of lumps.
  • Add a pinch of baking soda and ¼ teaspoon of food color (adjust to preference) to the paste. Mix well.
  • Prepare Piping Bag:
  • Transfer the mixture into a piping bag. Place the bag in the refrigerator for five minutes to allow it to set.
  • Heat Oil for Frying:
  • Heat oil in a pan for deep frying. Ensure the oil is sufficiently hot.
  • Shape and Fry
  • Using the piping bag, form a large circle with small circles around the edge. Allow them to fry until they turn crispy and acquire a golden-orange hue.
  • Make Sugar Syrup:
  • In a separate pan, combine water and sugar. Allow the sugar to completely dissolve, resulting in a thick and sticky syrup.
  • Soak Imratis:
  • Submerge the fried imratis into the sugar syrup. Let them soak for a minimum of fifteen minutes.Imartis
  • Garnish and Serve:
  • Plate the imratis and garnish them with almonds and pistachios, if desired. Your delectable imratis are now ready to be served!

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