Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Badam Burfi Recipe

Badam Burfi / Almond Candy Recipe


Ingredients




1 cup - Whole Almonds (Badam).
3/4 Cup - Sugar.
1/3 cup - milk.
Pinch of Cardamom powder.
2 tbsp - ghee or butter.

Preparation:




1. Put almonds in a microwave-safe container, Soak in water, Cook for 6-8 minutes.

2. Peel skin off of the almonds.

3. Grind the peeled almonds in blender with sugar, milk to get a smooth paste.

4. Take a frying pan or wide pan and heat ghee or butter (melt butter to form ghee).

5. Ghee or butter melts, add the above paste and cook on medium heat, stirring continuously until it starts to thicker.

6. Add cardamom powder, keep stirring until it becomes very think and leaves the side of the pan.

7. Take a wide plate and apply some ghee.

8. Pour the above onto it, smoothen surface of the mixtute and let it cool for 15 - 20 min.

9. Cut into square pieces or any shape which you like.




26 comments:

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  5. What a wonderful surprise for a special someone. For me, this is simple but elegant. Keep it up!

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  6. Thanks for your comments Gabriel.

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  7. What an amazing and delicious recipe i never seen this recipe before but i must try it, thanx for the share.

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  8. This was really good! I've never made anything like this before and found it fairly easy. It has a hint of an oatmeal taste which I like.

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  9. What a wonderful surprise for a special someone. For me, thanx for the post, love your blog.

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  10. Wow, I've never made anything like this before and found it fairly easy. thanx for the post.

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  11. I've been trying to make Burfi for about 2.5 years now and never had success. But this recipe was awesome and it came out perfect. Thank you so much!!!

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  12. What a wonderful surprise for a special someone. For me, this is simple but elegant, Keep it up! thanx.

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  13. This a great treat.I love what you share about this Badam Burfi it's really a great post.Thank you

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  14. Well, I've never made anything like this before and found it fairly easy. It has a hint of an oatmeal taste which I like. thanx for sharing.

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  15. This was really good! I've never made anything like this before and found it fairly easy. It has a hint of an oatmeal taste which I like.

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  16. That is really exciting recipe, I would love to try that..so curious how it taste like..Thanks

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  17. Wonderful, so easy and so good. While it is rich, it does not seem sinful. I think that I may try it with fat free sweetened condensed milk. Will let you know how that turns out.

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  18. Whenever I made badam burfi, it comes out very wet and sticky almost rubbery , or hard as brick if I put it in the heat any longer.
    I want to make them the same texture as the ones sold in stores, which is powdery once you bite into it, and soft!
    Am I supposed to add any sort of flour?
    What am I doing wrong?

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  19. Thanks for the Comments.
    Jillan: No flour is required. Continue stirring until the mixture thickens to the consistency, and starts leaving the sides of the pan.

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  20. This is such a delicious Dish! my whole family liked it. Anyways, Your recipe is also looking great. I will try your recipe this time. Thanks for the recipe.

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  21. I love what you share about this Badam Burfi it's really a great post.Thanx for the tips.

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  22. This recipe is so very good. The only thing I changed was I used 1/2 tsp of cardamon. If they were dipped in choclate it would taste like a bounty bar.

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  23. This recipe is so very good. The only thing I changed was I used 1/2 tsp of cardamon. If they were dipped in choclate it would taste like a bounty bar....

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  24. sounds good. But when do you add sugar? Sure I would like to try.

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  25. Delicious, i cant imagine, looking so delicious, thanx for the post.

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  26. This was really good! I've never made anything like this before and found it fairly easy. It has a hint of an oatmeal taste which I like.

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