Mysore burfi


Recipe adapted from Cook and See book by Meenakshi ammal.

Ingredients

100 grams cashewnut
1 cup gram flour
3/4 cup ghee
2 cups sugar (adjust as per taste)
1/5 cup milk
Bit of red orange colour

Soak the cashews in hot water for 2 hours, drain and grind to smooth paste.

Heat the sugar with 1 cup water and allow it to boil till two thread consistency. Add the cashew paste to it and mix well. Then add gram flour slowly and mix well without lumps. Add the food colour and keep stirring. Start adding ghee slowly and keep mixing it till the mixture starts frothing. Transfer to a greased plate and allow it to cool before cutting into pieces.

Garnish with almond and cashew pieces.

My interview at Solkadi.
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14 comments:

Priya said...

Fantastic burfi!

lata raja said...

First of all Congratulations on the interview. Good views expressed. The sweet next, I have tried and loved them too.

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

lovely cashew halwa...

Pavithra said...

Awesome burfi and nice display too..

Nithya said...

Burfi looks so cute and tempting :) yummmm

srikars kitchen said...

wow.. rice & yummy burfi.. looks fantastic..

Padma said...

Nice burfi... looks yumm...had a look at your interview... was good... Congrats Suchitra :)

Panchpakwan said...

Hi Ec,
Burfi looks Yum!
Thank for your lovely comments!

Parita said...

Looks perfect dear!

Illatharasi said...

Lovely burfi! Read your interview and posted my comments there! Congrats!

Mythreyi Dilip said...

Hi EC, Burfi looks yummy and will surely melt in mouth:)

anubhavati said...

Yummy mysore burfi...loooks rich and inviting and decorated so well.

Rgds

Valarmathi said...

Looks nice and yummy .

meeso said...

Oh, that looks so good!

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