Skip to main content

Coconut Rose Burfi

Coconut Rose Burfi

Burfi is an Indian fudge made with milk and milk solid/khoya .It is a sweet confectionery that is usually made on festive occasions. There are different kinds of burfi. This one is made with coconut milk,khoya and grated coconut. It is flavored with cardamom powder and rose essence.Try this sweet,you will surely love it.

Grated coconut- 2 1/2 cup
Khoya- 1 cup
Coconut Milk- 1 cup
Water - 1 cup
Sugar- 1 1/2 cup
Rose essence - a few drops
Rose water- 1 tsp
Ghee- 3 tbs
Cardamon- 1/2 tsp

In a mixer pulse the coconut and coconut milk into a course mixture. No need to make it into a paste.
In a heavy bottom pan add sugar and water and simmer till all sugar dissolves and the consistency thickens (one string consistency). Add the coconut and khoya and mix well. Stir continuously   to avoid sticking to the bottom of the pan. Add half of the ghee and cook the mixture till it becomes thick and leaves the edges of the pan.
 Add the cardamom powder, rose water, rose essence, permitted pink food color(optional) and ghee. You can also add toasted nuts this at this stage. Stir for two more minutes and remove from the stove.
Grease a plate with ghee and transfer the contents into the plate. Flatten and smooth  it with the back of a spoon and let it set for 3-4 hour. Cut into desired shape and serve.

You might also like,
Coconut Halwa
Mawa/Milk Powder Burfi
Carrot Burfi
Chana Dal Burfi
Rava Kesari
Coconut Ladoo

Try this
Hope you will all enjoy!


Post a Comment

Popular Posts

Goan Mutton Vindaloo

Mutton Vindaloo Today's recipe is the hot and spicy Goan favorite, Vindaloo. It is lip-smacking delicious, spicy curry. Authentic Goan Vindaloo is made with pork, but you can also use beef or mutton. In today's recipe, I have used mutton. It is popular among Christians, and the  Anglo-Indian community.  Most Indian restaurants have Vindaloo on their menu. This curry is even popular outside India. It has a familiar pickle sourness, and taste because of its star ingredients- vinegar and mustard. There are chilies- lots of them for a fiery look. But there is a right balance of taste and flavor. This dish has a history of its own. It was inspired by Portuguese culture but slowly adapted to Indian tastes. It is an Indianized version of popular Portuguese dish  Carne de vinha d'alhos  in which meat is marinated in wine and garlic. It is often refereed to as pickled pork or garlic pork.It was mispronounced  and became vindalho or vindaloo in India. The varia

12 Best Traditional Kerala Snacks - Tea Time Snacks

 12 Best Traditional Kerala Snacks - Tea Time Snacks  Are you looking for some light bites to indulge during tea time? Well, you have come to the right place. Kerala cuisine has an exhaustive list of traditional tea-time snacks.  The list of ingredients is available in your pantry, making it possible to make these delicious snacks. Many of these snacks, can be quickly whipped up with rice flour, coconut, and jaggery. I am sharing a list of snack recommendations from Kerala that are easy to cook at home. These sweet and savory snacks are heartwarming and will make you nostalgic. It is by no means is a complete list. I am sharing some of the top picks of this blog in one space for easy reference. If you like to try, more recipes check my earlier post on 10 Quick and Easy Kerala Snacks/ Tea time snacks that you can make in under 20 minutes . Do you have any favorite snack that is simple and easy to make? I would love to hear about your favorite traditional snacks. Please share your idea

12 Delicious Jackfruit Recipes- Kerala Cuisine

  12 Delicious Jackfruit Recipes- Kerala Cuisine Jackfruit is the most versatile of all tropical fruits. It is a common fruit in Kerala and South India. When in the season, it is considered a staple food. The sheer variety of recipes with jackfruit is quite astounding. No wonder it is known as the official fruit of the Kerala state! Ripe jack fruit has a firm texture and tastes like honey. It adds an exotic taste to desserts. The young or tender jack fruit is used for savory dishes and has a meaty texture. The unripe one has a neutral flavor, and we use it to make mashed jack fruit/puzhukku, and it tastes best with spicy fish curry. The edible part of this fruit is the yellow sheath around the seeds, but when it is unripe it will be white. The outside will be green in color, and the ripe ones will turn light brown with a strong fruity fragrance. Jack fruit has recently gained much interest as a plant-based meat alternative. It is starchy and rich in fiber. It is rich in antioxidants, v