Thursday, October 28, 2010

Almond Milk Burfi

If u have loads of milk powder, just give a trial to the burfi, u wont ever regret making this cute looking burfi..I made a sort of mawa/khoya using heavy cream and milk powder and used this khoya with almond powder along with a sugar syrup with saffron strands for making this burfi..This burfi goes for easy ingredients, not even a single drop of ghee or butter at the same time quite easy to make too, i tried this burfi today as trial since diwali is nearing very quickly, also its time to plan some sweets for Diwali na..This burfi tastes like pedas also at the same time like katlis, anyhow we loved this sweets and needless to say they gets vanished very quickly too..

Almond Milk Burfi

1cup Almond powder
1cup Milk powder
1/4cup Heavy cream
3/4cup Sugar
Few Saffron strands
Few pistachios, almonds flakes

Heat the heavy cream and milk powder in simmer,cook until they turns as thick dough(the dough gets off completely from the vessel).

Now make  sugar syrup with sugar,1/4cup water, saffron strands as single string constitency, add the almond powder, sugar syrup to the milk powder dough in a heavy bottomed vessel and cook until they turns thick, pour this mixture to a greased plate or else in a plate lined with wax paper, sprinkle the nuts over the burfi and let them cool completely..Slice this burfi as u desire and enjoy them atleast after an hour..

These cute burfis tastes more better after a day..

49 comments:

  1. So looks like you did make something sweettoday, they look absloutley yummy.

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  2. Almond burfis look so delicious...

    Pushpa @ simplehomefood.com

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  3. woooww your milk burfi looks so delicious. nice presentation. you have a lovely blog. love to try this burfi for this festival season..

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  4. Burfii looks so yummy priya,,,perfect shape& color

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  5. mouthwatering dish!!..its looks perfect must taste yummy too!!

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  6. I love khova sweets, looks perfect.

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  7. looks perfect. wonderful color n shape. perfect yaar:)

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  8. Wow! a great way to include almond powder. Sweet looks perfect. So deepavali start aagirucha:) waiting to see every recipe from u.

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  9. looks delicious n mouthwatering..

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  10. The burfis look awesome. Pass some on please :)

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  11. பர்பி அற்புதமா இருக்கு...

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  12. Awesome priya,Love the pistachios on the top...

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  13. Yum!! Almond milk is a very nice variation. I use it quite often too for variety.

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  14. yummy burfi with simple ingredients..

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  15. Milk burfi looks delicious nice color Priya.

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  16. Bookmarked the recipe priya.. I loved it a lot. sure will give a shot....

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  17. Perfect for this diwali, yummyy burfi :))

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  18. yummy burfi...feel like having it from the plate...flavourful and delicious..

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  19. Burfi looks so good Priya..perfect for this diwali!

    US Masala

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  20. Looks lovely and very good. Similar to our local custard and yet different!

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  21. Lovely burfis..Awesome recipe, Priya..

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  22. Delicious sweeeety Burfi....looks nice..

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  23. yummy yumm..i love their perfect shapes priya..

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  24. looks yum , very innovative priya, As i said already you are very innovative inrecipes.

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  25. I am drooling ........ want them all now :)

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  26. Mouthwatering burfi ! Lovely color.

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  27. i have milk powder with me. will try this priya

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  28. Naan sonna padiyey pudusaa create panniyachaa? Good and nice.

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  29. Priya looks like u have started ur deepavali sweet preparation already with the badam burfi..send me some over:)

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  30. very rich burfi....perfect shape and yummy!

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  31. Oh priya, you've go me drooling. The colour and the presentation is just superb

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  32. Priya romba delicious iruku. send me some:-)

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  33. itching for a grab! very yummy looking!

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  34. Awesome burfis ..looks so perfect dear.

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  35. It seems Diwali is early in your house. Wow,will try this.

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