If you are looking for some easy sweet recipe then this sweet is perfect.Its an easy and simple procedure and nothing go wrong in this preparation.
This sweet tastes close to mysore pak and one of my favorite,now my one year old lil angel has become fan for this sweet.Enjoying this sweet with a smiley face.
The measurement for this sweet also simple and easy but today instead of doing it with one cup each,I scaled down into half.Here the measurements are given for 1 cup to understand easily.To make it more rich and delicious I added some powdered cashews.Now off to the recipe............................................
Preparation time ~ 10 minutes
Cooking Time ~ 25-30 minutes
Makes ~ 18-20 pieces
|Cardamom powder/ellaki podi||1/4tsp|
Slightly roast the gram flour in a pan for 2 minutes with a tsp of ghee.Make sure it doesn't change the color.Powder the cashews in a blender and grease a try with ghee,keep it aside.
In a heavy bottom pan or non stick pan add everything and keep it on a medium flame.Stir it continuously.
At one stage the mixture become thick(after 15-28 mins) now keep the flame low.Continue the stirring process and now it starts leaving the sides of the pan.
Pour it on the greased tray.When it reaches warm then grease a knife or pizza cutter and mark the lines for the desired shape.
After cooling run the knife one more time on the marked lines and cut it.
Store it in an air tight container after its cooled down completely.
- We like the burfi to be in the fudge consistency if you want it to be harder you can keep in the flame for couple of more minutes.
- Instead of cashews,almonds can be powdered and added.
- If needed add a tbs of ghee when it become thick and feel harder to stir.
- I made it with 1/2 cup but the measurements given is for 1 cup.
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