Coconut Burfi

Happy Holi!

Recipe of the week 🙂

This is one of the simplest recipe for any festive occasion. The recipe can be made under 15 minutes. There are many versions of preparing coconut burfi and today I am sharing one of the easiest method to make coconut burfi in this post.

I do not get the fresh coconut here, hence I have used the desiccated coconut. I personally prefer this, however a lot of people love to prepare with fresh coconut. This coconut burfi is all about coconuts, and it reminds me of my childhood. The only difference is that I’m going to add sugar instead of condensed milk.

My favorite part of this coconut burfi is the texture and flavor of the lightly toasted coconut.

You might have noticed that this recipe is very similar to the coconut ladoos. Both recipes use the same ingredients – coconut, sugar and cardamom, but here in this dish I have added some more ingredients to make the dish more interesting and delicious.

So what are we waiting for let’s begin 🙂

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Coconut Burfi

 

Prep time             :    5 minutes
Cooking time     : 15 minutes
Total time            : 20 minutes

Servings              : 12 Burfis

Category            : Dessert, Sweet
Cuisine                : South Indian

Ingredients:

2 Cups desiccated coconut
3/4 Cup sugar
3/4 Cup milk
3 Tablespoons ghee
1 Teaspoon cardamom powder
8-10 Slices of almond

Preparations:

  • Roast the desiccated coconut on a low flame for around 2 to 3 minutes. Set them aside.
  • Grease a pan or tray and keep it ready.

Method:

  • In a pan melt ghee and add in the roasted desiccated coconut.
  • Add in the sugar and mix well, until the sugar starts to melt. This takes around 2 minutes.
  • Next, on medium flame add milk and give it a good mix, when it starts separating from the pan add cardamom powder and give a final mix.
  • Continue to cook until the mixture comes together and begins to leave the sides of the pot and mix well continuously.
  • Once done transfer it on a greased tray, gently press and set to a square shape.
  • Furthermore, add sliced almond and press it gently.
  • When its still hot, cut to square shapes or the shapes you desired and allow to cool completely.
  • Finally, serve coconut burfi or store in airtight container. It remains fresh for a week without refrigeration.

Rough nutrition info per serving

28

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24 Comments Add yours

  1. Megala says:

    Wow ! This looks yummy, I would love to grab one here ! 🙂

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    1. Thank you so much Megala 🙂

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  2. Anna Powaska says:

    I love the design of your blog. Looks amazing!

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    1. Thank you so much 🙂 and happy blogging 🙂

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  3. InspiresN says:

    love coconut burfi , will try out this recipe sometime!

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    1. Thank you 🙂 Happy cooking 🙂

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  4. kanewischer says:

    I made this recipe today. It is easy and delicious! -Jill

    Liked by 2 people

    1. Thanks do share some photos if you can

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      1. kanewischer says:

        I didn’t get photos this time. The next recipe I try, I will definitely take some pictures.

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  5. This looks so good! I love coconut!

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  6. HemasSphere says:

    Glad to have come across your blog on yummy recipes. Will try the burfi soon. Keep posting.

    I would be pleased if you could stop by my blog. I am not very new here. I have been working on a series on our 5 senses in a relative manner. Just published my 4th post.

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    1. Thank for stopping by.. I will definitely visit your blog 🙂

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  7. it looks delicious!!!!100%😍

    Liked by 1 person

  8. writerankita says:

    Need to try this❤👌

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