Get Ready To Make Bael Murabba At Home That You Can Relish Anytime And Anywhere!
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Are you already familiar with bael murabba? If yes, do you know how to make it at home? If not, read on to know.

For the unversed, murabba is an Arabic word that refers to sweet fruit preservatives that are quite popularly prepared in most countries. Bael murabba is a special marmalade that has a very sweet taste with a sharp hint of sourness. Bael is also known as wood apple and elephant apple. Murabba can be stored at home for months and can be enjoyed even during the off-season. Making bael murabba is quite easy and hassle-free. One needs to just take raw wood apples, dip them in sugar syrup and add the cardamom powder for extra touch of flavour. According to Ayurveda, bael murabba is effective in curing digestive ailments, is great for our heart, and keeps our skin glowing and youthful. Not only this but it’s also loaded with several vitamins and minerals.

Every desi household has at least a jar of murabba ready to relish it whenever in mood. So, if you wish to make bael murabba at home, follow the steps below.


  1. 2-3 big raw bael
  2. 2 cups sugar
  3. Pinch of elaichi powder
  4. 3-4 cups of water

Method for preparation-

  1. Take the wood apples and start peeling off their skins and cut them into small pieces.
  2. Now take a saucepan and add water. For making sugar syrup, add sugar into the saucepan and let it boil on high flame until it dissolves properly.
  3. When the sugar syrup is ready, add the pieces of wood apple.
  4. Keep heating until the wood apples become soft.
  5. Then add a pinch of elaichi powder and keep stirring for a while.
  6. Filter everything and transfer it into a container.
  7. Bael murabba is ready!

We hope you loved our recipe. Try out and let us know your experience!