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7.06.2010

Coconut Burfi




Hi :) Long time since I've come here and written something for you to read and relish :) I realized this place looked like a stranded island for me without any posts. :)

So today you'll learn how to prepare Coconut Burfi. It was my first time preparation. And it turn out to be just fine. :) This burfi is kind of special to me ;)

So taking you straight to the recipe without much of essays. :)

Ingredients (For 40 pieces of size 1 inch by 3/4 inch)

1 and 1/2 cups of coconut (Grated) [one half of the coconut]
2 tbsp of Ghee / Butter
5-6 tbsp of Milkmaid (condensed milk)
4-5 tbsp of sugar
1/2 cup of milk
1 tsp cardomom
5-6 Chopped Almonds (Badam)



Method

Fry the coconut for about 5-6 minutes in a vessel with 2 tbsp of Ghee / Butter.


Add the milkmaid little by little and bind it with the coconut well.


Now add the milk and mix the mixture well for about 10 minutes on a high flame.



Then add the sugar and mix it well for about 10-15 minutes on a medium flame.


The mixture is ready. Now wait for the mixture to cool down.

When it is just warm transfer this mixture to a greased plate. (Grease with Ghee or Butter)



Add almonds on top of it. See to it that the almonds stick to the mixture.


Keep it in the refrigerator for 6 hours so that the mixture sets in and we can cut it into pieces. You can keep it for a longer time too.

After 6 hours. Cut it into any shape (Diamond or square or rectangle)




Coconut burfis are ready to be served :) You can store it for about 1-2 weeks in the refrigerator.

Do try this out :)

Take care of yourself :) Be positive always :)

Till I write :) Happy cooking :)

4 comments:

  1. Pratiba.. Burfis look so tasty :) I want them :) Send some to me please...

    - Pooja A.

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  2. Pratiba.. Burfis look so tasty :) I want them.. Send it to me please... :)

    -Pooja A.

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  3. @Pooja A. Ok ok :) Thank you ;) :)

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  4. one of my Fav..looks so yummy!!!

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