Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Besan Badam Burfi

Diwali is just around the corner, am very tempted to see all the beautiful savouries and sweets made by my other blogger buddies sharing since a week in this virtual world. Since this diwali is going to be a working day for us,we wont have much fun this time and i 'll be doing my pooja either before everyone goes or else late in the evening, yep its going to be a usual week day for us. I really miss this festival here, wish i live in India during this wonderful festival of lights.Its going to be almost 18years i didnt celebrated in India,every year i'll console myself that may be next year i'll be in India during this festival, but unfortunately it never happened to me.

Yesterday i quickly give a trial to this delicious burfi prepared with roasted gram flour and almonds, the outcome was a fantabulous,super soft burfi, we couldnt stop ourselves having them. If you are bored of usual sweets give a try to this irresistible burfis,am damn sure you guys will love it.Sending to 60days of Christmas hosted by Priya and Divya.



1cup Gram flour
1cup Almonds (blanched)
1cup Milk
2cups Sugar
1/4cup Oil
1/2cup Ghee
pinch Salt

Dry roast the gram flour until the aroma comes out.

Mix the oil to the gram flour and keep aside.This will avoid the lumps while adding the gram flour.

Grind the blanched almonds with milk and make a paste.

Meanwhile make a sugar syrup with sugar and a half cup of water, sugar syrup must be in one string constitency.

Add gradually the thick almond paste, gram flour to the sugar syrup and the ghee to the sugar syrup,stir the mixture until they turns as a dough (at this time this dough will get off from the vessel).

Pour this dough over a greased plate, let them cool and cut them as any shape as u desire..

Delicious burfi is ready.

42 comments:

  1. Yummy...Perfect diwali sweet!!!I am not very much fond of sweets but your pics are so tempting!!!

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  2. Lovely burfi and the color makes it very inviting

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  3. Perfect burfis i always mess up while making shapes

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  4. burfi is inviting me to taste................................

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  5. Rich and delicious Burfi.. Very inviting..

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  6. Delicious burfis...they look really soft

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  7. looks soooooooo tempting n awesome....

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  8. wow... almond mysore pak!!! perfect in time for diwali!!
    Sowmya

    Ongoing Event - CWF - Whole Wheat Flour

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  9. I know i will be drooling here till diwali is finished with all the delicious sweets you are going to post.

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  10. I really really wish you get to go to India to celebrate this festival. Lovely dessert and have a Happy Diwali!

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  11. Burfi looks so rich and yum...I just loved your recipe.

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  12. Delicious Priya, sure could not resist with one.

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  13. Nice click..i wish to grab some burfi from screen..Happy diwali

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  14. looks like another great recipe, and easy, will make a small batch as not to eat too many!

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  15. besan and badam are diffrent and delicious combination....looks so perfeft...

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  16. Wow, I love these quick and easy recipes...Gonna try this one for sure and with 2 of my fav (Besan and Badam) in one burfi, i'm sure I'll love it!

    Regards,
    Manju
    http://manjuseatingdelights.blogspot.com/

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  17. Nice burfi,perfectly shaped...

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  18. Delicious burfi,great combo and tempting color

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  19. Love the bright yellow colour. It would have tasted yumm.

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  20. Tasty and tempting burfis! Beautiful colour!!

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  21. Perfect Burfi to celebrate Diwali....
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  22. Perfectly prepared delicious burfi!!!

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  23. Perfect burfi to celebrate Diwali.

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  24. Delicious and perfect sweet for Diwali!!

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  25. mouthwatering and delicious burfi . . .

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  26. Love this burfi...

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  27. Wow..luv ur golden color burfi,luks very perfect..

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  28. Absolutely perfect and nice colour

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  29. colorful and interesting burfi...thank you priya for sharing this recipe..

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  30. Hi there, awesome site. I thought the topics you posted on were very interesting.
    Badam Barfi Diwali Sweets

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