Sunday, October 17, 2010



Friends I am back from a long leave. I went to my mother place for celebrating Navratri.So here is one of dish what I have prepared for Navratri.

Cashew Coconut Burfi

Preparation time: 30 minutes (Approximately)

Cooking time: 45 minutes to 1 hours (Approximately)

Serving: 4-6 persons


Cashew Nut- 1 cup

Grated coconut-1/2 cup

Milk-1 cup

Ghee-3/4 cup

Sugar- 1 ¾ cups

Cardamom powder-1 tsp

·         Soak cashew nut in warm water for 15 minutes.
·         Drain water after 15 minutes.
·         Grind cashew nut along with milk.
·         The paste consistency should be like Bombay rawa.
·         Heat ghee in thick bottom pan.
·         Pour cashew nut paste and coconut into this.
·         Keep stirring till ghee starts leaving edges of paste.
·         Once ghee starts leaving edges.
·         Now start adding sugar slowly.
·         Sugar will get dissolve and the paste will become little thin.
·         Keep stirring.
·         The mixture will starts getting thick in 10-15 minutes.
·         Add cardamom powder in this.
·         Keep stirring the mixture till it is thick enough for burfi.
·         Now grease a plate to pout the mixture.
·         Pour the mixture to grease plate.
·         Flatten the mixture with a help of flat ladle.
·         Leave it for 10 minutes or so and allow it to get cool down.
·         Cut in diamond or square shape as you like. Let cool completely.

I am sending this recipe to Akila's Event dish start with the name of C.


Unknown said...

Hi Subhashini,

The cashew nut and coconut burfi looks wonderful..Love it...Beautiful click too!!:)Just joined in!!


Daisy Roshan said...

a yummy cashew coconut burfi!!

Padhu Sankar said...

Coconut burfi looks so tempting

Ms.Chitchat said...

Yummy burfi with all the goodness of cashews and coconut,the perfect sweet.

Jaisy James said...

wow looks mouthwatering n delicious

Priya Suresh said...

Woww beautiful looking burfi, stunning..

Nisha said...

I'm bookmarking this one

Torviewtoronto said...

delicious sweet

notyet100 said...

my fav barfi looks yum,..

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

looks yum! lovely combo...

Ushnish Ghosh said...

Dear Subhashini
Happy Dussehra
I was bit occupied, so missed lots of recipe here. Let me read all of them now.
I like this Cashew -coconut combo..also the sweet appam
is very nice. We only know Arisha or kakera , but this flour and rice flour combo looks great .
Have a nice week

Madhu said...

Welcome back Subhashini, burfi looks yum!

Rachana said...

Cashew and cocnut burfi looks so tempting!

Unknown said...

What a combination, looks super yum

nirupama srinivasan said...

Lip Smacking :P :P