Thursday, September 18, 2008

Nariyal ki Burfi (Coconut fudge)

Ingredients

2 medium coconuts
2 cup sugar
100gms milk solids (khoya)
1tbsp milk

Method

1. Scrape coconut and keep aside. (take care not to take the black covering or the colour of the burfi will change.)
2. Make sugar syrup using sugar and 1 1/2 cups of water. When it begins to boil add a tablespoon of milk to clarify the sugar syrup. Boil it to 1 string consistency.
3. Take a pan and saute scraped coconut and khoya on low heat. When it is slightly dry remove.

4. Grease a plate and keep ready.
5. Start adding roasted coconut to the sugar syrup gradually, keep on stirring the mixture. When it is semi solid remove from heat and spread onto the greased plate. Apply silver varq.
6. Cut into small squares or any desired shape when it cools down. Decorate with cashew/pista/badam.

Note:

To add different colours to the burfi before spreading it on the plate make different portions of the coconut mix and add colours to it and then spread it on the greased plate. Do this very very quickly otherwise the burfis might be difficult to spread.

The red colour burfi in the pic is Beetroot burfi.
For that if you take 1 cup of grated coconut then take 1cup of grated beetroot (use the same cup for measurements)
Rest of the procedure is same. i.e when you saute coconut and khoya add beetroot to it and saute till it is slightly dry. Then same way add it to the sugar syrup and mix. When it is semi solid remove from heat and spread on the greatsed plate. Decorate with silver varq and cashew.


16 comments:

srikars kitchen said...

wow... looks mouthwatering... delicious... looks delicious .. nice click... thxs for sharing..

Priti said...

Burfi looks mouth watering and love the different colours...cool idea...gud one dear

sowmya said...

wow..they look beautiful..nice idea to use different colours..

Rashmi said...

wow... lovely colours....

i love coconut burfis.... the colours in it is lovely.. nice idea....
will try it next time when i get beetroots....

Usha said...

Classic recipe...looks colorful and yummy :)

VEGETABLE PLATTER said...

the burfi looks really nice .. very colorful

SriLekha said...

that looks very delicious ! i loved the green one more! added u in my blogroll!

Sunshinemom said...

Accha hai! Nice spread - almost like the India Tricolour:)

notyet100 said...

colourful barfis lookin yum,.

Illatharasi said...

Thats really cool to have them in different colours... good one!

Shreya said...

lovely colourful burfis. I love coconut burfi, and have never made them. Nice modak recipe too:-)

raaji said...

nice color combo......looks good

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

hi, your blog is awesome.. i love your recipes.. i tried your wholemeal pancakes today and came out gr8! thx for the recipe.. and i am going to try lot more of ur recipes soon.. i will put my wholemeal pancake picture and jot down the recipe in my blog as well as give your link to this recipe.. thx again.

Suma Rajesh said...

looks mnouthwtering nd colour is inviting..

anudivya said...

What pretty colors!

Sudeshna said...

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