Coconut- milk powder burfi



Ingredients

1 cup finely grated coconut
1/2 cup milk powder
1 cup sugar
1 tsp cardamom powder
2 tbsp ghee

Mix coconut and milk powder together. Make a sugar syrup with little water to get sticky consistency. Add the coconut milk powder mixture and cardamom powder. Also add ghee and keep stirring well till the mixture starts leaving the sides of the vessel.

Transfer to a greased plate and cut into desired pieces when a little cool.
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18 comments:

Shama Nagarajan said...

delicious burfi...looks perfect...

simply.food said...

Barfi looks delicious.Simple and easy to make too.

notyet100 said...

this looks so temptin

Jay said...

Wow...So tempting sweet recipe. Goes to my must try list.
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priya said...

i just love burfi'ss....so tempting!

Priya said...

Lovely burfi, looks fantastic..

AshKuku said...

It has been years since I savored these coconut burfis... These pieces are so so adorable.... & made with milk powder should taste really good too..... I love milk powder...even to this day... I buy & hog half the packet..... ;-)

Ash...
(http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

J said...

simply awesome.. mu hubby's fav.. bookmarking it..have to try this for sure

Jagruti said...

Lovely barfis..:-) I've posted barfi recipe too..

Meena said...

burfi looks grrrreat EC! easy n tasty...

Annarasa said...

This barfi looks delicious!!

Cooking Foodie said...

Barfi is so simple to make and looks delicious!

Ramya Manja said...

The Burfi looks so tempting and sounds delicious.....

jayasri said...

Wow, that's new with milk powder, looks gorgeous, must try it some time

Uma said...

burfis look perfect..
generally i dont add milk powder.. definitely would taste yummy!
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Vanamala Hebbar said...

Nice nice

Eat Well, Eat Cheap said...

These look beautiful; we will be trying them soon!

ps/ we love your blog!

Seema Patel said...

Love it, Only missing the best kesar or aka saffron.

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