Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Khoya Anjir Burfi (Indian Fig fudge) Diwali Sweet

Happy Diwali to All My Dear Blogger Friends…!!! On  this auspicious occasion I am posting a very unique sweet recipe. “Fig Burfi” its very easy and quick sweet and my family love it so……it is here.


1.      1 cup khoya,
2.      Dry fig 10 to 12 pieces,( here I use Indian dry figs )
3.      2 tablespoon clarified butter (ghee),
4.      2 tablespoon semolina (suji),
5.      1/4 cup sugar,
6.      2 tablespoon clarified butter (ghee),
7.      1 teaspoon cardamom powder (Elachi),
8.      1/8 cup Sliced blanched almonds,

1.      Cut the figs in small pieces and  keep aside.
2.      Heat the pan very slow flame and add the ghee than add semolina and roast until semolina is pinkish color.
3.      Now add khoya until its change color or 2 to 3 minutes (time is depending to your khoya quality).
4.      In this mixture add sugar and cook 2 minutes.
5.      Now turn of the heat. Add cardamom powder and mix well.
6.      Add fig pieces and mix well.
7.      Buttered square baking dish/tray. Decorate with fig and almonds same like picture.
8.      Transfer mixture of fig  in this tray and chill for 8 hours or put in refrigerator for 4 hours.
9.      Cut into 1 inch diamonds or squares.

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Nava.K said...

figs are so difficult to come by at my place but its nice to be used into this burfi bringing out such tempting dessert.

Torviewtoronto said...

flavours look delicious

Shanthi said...

Looks superb and delicious

Deeksha said...

Delicious n healthy burfi. Very nice.

Cucina49 said...

I've never seen anything quite like this, but it looks wonderful! Happy Diwali!

mjskit said...

What a fantastic fudge! Quite different from the fudge I'm use to which is overly sweet and gooey. This looks looks a little sweet, spicy and tasty. I'm going to have to make it!

Peggy said...

I love figs! This treat sounds too good to pass up =)

Sandra said...

Looks good, maybe I can get my daughter in law to make it for me. I wouldn't want to ruin it!

Priya's Feast said...

Gud to c ur blog..:)

Medeja said...

Oh I would like to try it. I think you had somewhere recipe how to make khoya?

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Ez Cookbook said...

New follower to ur site...Anjeer burfi looks delicious!!!

krishna said...

this is very very yummy!!! i love to eat it.. :D

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