Saffron Coconut Burfi


Almost every Indian loves coconut burfis and its usually plain and chewy. Well this recipe has its own twist- I have added saffron and also they are not chewy but moist and soft to eat.  If you are looking for a twist and a different sweet recipe for the festive season try these and you are sure to win the hearts of your family and friends
Recipe Source ~ slightly modified Nestle
Makes ~ 8-10 medium sized burfis
 Ingredients
5 tablespoon hot milk (I used semi-skimmed)
Few strands of saffron, approx 15
2 tablespoons ghee (I used KTC)

2 tsp milk powder
1/2 Cup condensed milk (I used Nestle)
2 cups desiccated coconut 
1/4  teaspoon ground cardamom
Few pistachoes for decorating (optional)
Method
  • Dissolve Saffron powder in hot milk and set aside.
  • In a medium sauce pan over medium heat melt ghee, add Condensed Milk, add desiccated Coconut, milk powder and stir to an even consistency. Let it cook for 1 minute stirring often and making sure it does not get burned. You will find it forming into a thick consistency, more like a dough
  • While its hot divide the mixture in two separate bowls, add saffron milk to one and Cardamom to the other part and mix well
  • In a square tin/air-tight container, grease the inside with some ghee and layer the cardamom Coconut mixture and flatten it with greased spoon/ greased fingers until smooth on top, top with the saffron coconut mixture and flatten top.
  • Place in fridge to cool for 2 hours before cutting the layered Burfi using a greased knife into desired shapes. Place your preffered nuts on top to decorate (optional)
  • Keeps fresh for 4-5 days in a air-tight container, take out of the refrigerator 10 minutes before serving.

Tips 

- Use good quality ghee for better flavor 
- Using quality saffron stands gives a wonderful flavor as well us color, if your burfis don't show the color simply add a drop of orange color and mix well
- You can replace condensed milk with 1/4 cup sugar and 1/4 cup whole milk, if you desire so
- Adding milk powder is optional, for me the burfi was soft and moist

28 comments:

  1. Tempting and delicious Burfi.. Lovely presentation..

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  2. This looks gorgeous and so yummy!

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  3. awsome..mouth watering priys..and beautiful presentation..

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  4. Simple and flavorful burfi... Love the color

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  5. simple and delicious barfi....

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  6. I loved the presentation.. It is making me drool. This coconut barfi looks out of the world.

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  7. Beautiful Saffron coconut burfi, you are sweet queen.

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  8. Coconut burfi looks yummy dear...Loved the clicks...

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  9. Wow tempting clicks dear,love the addition of saffron,looks divine

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  10. loved the color Priya! perfect clicks and the sweet looks delicious. have a nice weekend!

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  11. Too good, mouth watering...... Coconut Burfi.

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  12. Sooper tempting sweet...Awesome presentation!!!

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  13. lovely presentation priya...so sweet....

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  14. This looks great. Should I say I love it? I have only tasted the crunchy coconut burfi and the taste still lingers in my mouth. Chewy burfi...I will try this. I have a doubt though. While you are mixing saffron and cardamom in 2 bowls won't the mixture harden as it cools?
    The presentation is very appealing!
    Sridevi Ravi

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    1. Hi Sridevi,

      Lovely to see your comment, dear you need to be quick while mixing the cardamom and saffron milk. Once mixed immediately trasfer to the greased tin/ box and follow the instructions. Since i have added milk powder the burfis are soft and not too chewy.

      Thanks for the queries dear, hope u like it :-) take care would love to hear from you

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  15. looks yum;loved the presentation !

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  16. Omg! I am drooling here, so delicious burfi. Priya, could you please pass it to me? Super yummy and nice presentation.

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  17. Love that soft texture of the burfi.

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  18. Looks awesome..... after ladoo, now burfi... looks tempting dear....

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  19. Pistacchi e cocco che dolcino meraviglioso!!!!
    Felice settimana e complimenti!!!!!!

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  20. Yummy barfi...Beautiful presentation dear...

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  21. Yummy burfi.. Pics are beautiful..

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  22. Absolutely love the color that saffron has lent to the burfis! New recipe with dessicated coconut and love the addition of milkmaid! :-)

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  23. great presentation and great topic plz keep with update.
    kashmir kesar

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  24. wow delicious and tempting recipe,cute burfis...

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