Saturday, October 25, 2008

Tapioca Coconut Burfi

Am always a great fan of Cocontut i tried it out coconut burfi along with tapioca pieces(maravallikizhangu) n its tastes awesome...need to follow the same steps as we do for coconut burfi..burfi tastes awesome n colourful to eyes...i just tried with left over already cooked tapioca pieces along with fresh grated coconut n the result was amazing..

1 cup Tapioca(cooked n grated)
1 cup Fresh coconut (grated)
1 3/4 cup Sugar
2 1/2cup Milk
2tbsp Ghee
1tsp Cardamom powder
Food colour

Take a heavy bottomed pan, add the milk n bring it to boil n put the flame in simmer n let the milk reduce to half of the quantity..meanwhile heat a teaspoon of ghee in a pan, keep the flame in simmer, roast the fresh grated coconut for a while, keep aside...

Grind the roasted grated coconut coarsely in a blender...add the sugar, coarsely grinded coconut n already grated tapioca pieces n food colour to the already reduced n hot milk..they may immediately turn watery but after a while its will turns thick..add the ghee little by little n also the cardamom powder...once they get off from the pan, put off the stove n transfer immediately the burfi to a already greased plate..keep aside n let them cool...after half an hour cut the burfi as any shapes as u desired...

Tasty Tapioca Coconut burfi r ready!!!!

Can also replace the 2 cups of milk with one cup of sweetened condensed milk n 1 cup of milk ...add the sugar as per ur need..

This burfi ressembles very well like coconut burfi n should finish them within 2 days..

Sending also this recipe to: Festive Food - Diwali
on the way to: Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth by Sudeshna
Also to: Sweet Series - Halwa, Katli, Burfi n Peda by Paajaka


Unknown said... Reply To This Comment

hey you used tapioca in burfi that sounds intersting priya burfi looks awesome

lubnakarim06 said... Reply To This Comment

Burfi Burfi Burfi. New burfi to me. Looks yummy.

Pavani said... Reply To This Comment

ooh!priya dear..burfi looks yummy..
and thanks a lot for passing the hard blogger award..

VG said... Reply To This Comment


I am VG from Australia and a new visitor to your blog. Great recipes here. Will definitely be coming back. BTW, Happy Diwali.

Yasmeen said... Reply To This Comment

Thanks for passing the award to me,priya.Burfi looks so delicious with tapioca and coconut.
I have an award waiting for you at my blog,please collect:)

Mansi said... Reply To This Comment

thanks for passing on the award Priya! you made my weekend:)

and that tapioca burfi is pretty innovative, and looks lovely!:)

Jaishree Iyer said... Reply To This Comment

Hi priya, Tapioca burfilooks so delicious and awesome...Thank you so much for passing me the award.I feel honoured:) Happy deepawali to you & your famly.

Priya Suresh said... Reply To This Comment

Happy DIwali to all my dear friends..thanks a lot for leaving ur awesome comments...

Cham said... Reply To This Comment

Marravali kizhangu and coconut is excellent to be eaten together. The idea is simply awesome!

Deepthi Shankar said... Reply To This Comment

tapioca burfi looks yummy ... new dish to me

Vibaas said... Reply To This Comment

looks yum priya. i have never seen tapioca here though.. maybe i should pay more attention when i goto the indian grocery store :)

Unknown said... Reply To This Comment

This burfi is so good..neat idea..loved your murukkus as well..thanks for the award..
And wish you a greta diwali!!

Priya Suresh said... Reply To This Comment

Cham, Deesha, Vibaas N Sowmya..thanks a lot friends..

Suganya said... Reply To This Comment

This is a very nice dish. Look so good. I always make tapioca puttu, Ur recipe is so different. YUM!

Wish u a happy Diwali!!!

Indian Khana said... Reply To This Comment

Dear thanks for the lovely this looks so diff and one