Coconut Burfi/ Nariyal Burfi/ Desiccated Coconut Burfi/ Kashata/ Coconut Candy/ Thengai Burfi/ Coconut Fudge


I happen to love coconut for its sweet and crunchy texture it adds to any dish. I have tried few recipes on Coconut and this is one of them. If you're a Coconut lover make sure you check Coconut Chocolate Balls Coconut Snow BallsChocolate Balls With Coconut Filling. I hope you will like them. This is a very simple recipe, can be done under 10 to 15 minutes. This recipe is given to me by my Aunt, she lives in our apartment since my childhood. We spent together writing the recipes, experimenting and sharing with each other. Now she is a grandmother of  3 and still her food journey continues the same way, I see the same excitement, full of passion, creating new dishes and she's ready for anything! A huge thank you to her for boosting me and guiding me on this journey. 
Viewers, I hope you will give this a try and enjoy with your pals :)  


To Make This Recipe, You'll Need :


Desiccated  Coconut  Powder
2 Cups
Milk Powder
1 Cup
Sugar
½ Cup (or) Slightly more than 1/4th cup for mild sweetness
Water
1/3rd Cup
Green Cardamom Powder/ Elaichi
½ Teaspoon
Ghee/ Clarified Butter
As required  to  grease the tray or a plate



Method: 
1. Grease the tray or plate with the ghee
2. Add sugar and water and cook until the solution becomes slightly sticky and thick. Remember, we are not waiting for 1 string consistency.
3. Mean while, mix the desiccated coconut powder, milk powder and cardamom powder until well incorporated.
4. When the sugar syrup is ready, add the mixed powders and mix well. 
5. Transfer this mixture on to the greased plate and evenly spread the mixture. 
6. Cut the burfi into desired shapes when it gets cooled. 


Enjoy :)  


Coconuts are hard on the outside but soft on the inside! #belikeacoconut :)

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