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Milk Burfi

2013-03-10
Ingredients:
  • 4 cup Whole Milk
    4 tsp fresh Lemon Juice
    4 tblsp dried Milk Powder
    6 tblsp powdered Sugar (Cheeni)
    6 tbsp Ghee
    1 tsp Cardamom Powder
    2 sheets Edible Silver Foil (Varq) and chopped pistachios for garnishing (optional)

Method:

  1. Heat the milk slightly and curdle it by adding the lemon juice.
  2. Then hang it up in a muslin cloth to drain for 3 hours.
  3. The milk solids are turned into cheese now.
  4. Kneed this well with the milk powder and sugar.
  5. Heat the ghee in a heavy pan and add the cheese mixture.
  6. Stir-Fry over very low heat until the ghee separates.
  7. Remove form the heat and mix in the cardamom powder.
  8. Allow to cool slightly.
  9. Knead again to blend.
  10. Pat into a flat cake and cool completely.
  11. Cut into squares and decorate with silver foil.

 

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Recipe Comments

  1. posted by Courtney on Mar 18, 2013

    My class is studying about India and I would like to treat them to a dessert from there, but I don’t know of any store around here that might sell ingredients that may customarily be used in India.

  2. posted by ScRSC on Mar 18, 2013

    I dodt know how to spell(even pronounce)one of my fav.sweets@puja.
    Halwa??(made with semolina,ghee,almond,cardamom,sultana,sugar ect.(nani makes it&i’ve been abroad to long to know how)
    will someone please give me method+measures(&how to make this simple pleasure…
    Any other sweet recipies(from fiji/indian)burfee?easy to make@home,would be great.
    Semae??my favourite(vermacilli,milk,almonds&what else?)how.Please help i’m craving in australia.

  3. posted by altair on Mar 21, 2013

    i want to make burfi..and i cant this milk powder so there are many recipe where they say to cook the milk till it becomes thickly…is tht possible?i cant imagine but tell me if its so…and maybe tell me if i can do it differently..or any recipes how to prepare ! THANKS A LOT

  4. posted by Terrence on Mar 21, 2013

    I picked up a dessert one time from a little Indian shop….I think it was made with pistachios and was cold and resembled green fudge. It also had flecks of silver paper stuff on the top, which the clerk said was “flavor”. I would love to know what it’s called and find a recipe for this.

  5. posted by Xbox360king on Mar 22, 2013

    I want to make desserts from around the world (to try some new foods)

    What is your favourite dessert from another country???

    So far i have made:

    Chinese Sponge Cake Recipe (steamed) – China
    Tiramisu – Italy
    Pavolova – Newzealand (Not Australia)
    Pierogi (Berry filled ‘pastry’) – Poland

    thank you!

  6. posted by John on Mar 25, 2013

    Hi friend,

    How do I make a great diwali sweet? Please suggest me a good diwali recipe.

  7. posted by Gabriel Kenney on Mar 25, 2013

    When i was little my grandad used to make this dish which he called indian sweet. He made it with
    Butter
    Water
    Sugar
    Baby milk powder
    You would get a pan of water and add 500grams of sugar and leave it boil until the water went sticky. Then you would add 250grams of butter and let that melt. Finally you mix in the baby milk powder and let that set.
    He isn’t around anymore for me to ask but what is the proper name for it, i was trying to look it up on the internet and cannot find anything about it. Also i presume there are other methods to making it can someone give the recipe please.

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