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Coconut Burfi/Cake In 15 Minutes

Written By Srimathi Mani on Wednesday, September 15, 2010 | 8:00 AM


It all started when I wanted to make something sweet to add to the food basket that I was going to bring to my friend Ashley. With baby Johnathan here I thought preparing her a basket with home cooked food would make life easy for her. I wanted to make something healthy and sugary treat for the baby and the mother.After a lot of thought I decided to use the fresh coconut and create something simple. On mentioning about this in my conversation with my sister Sowmya, she told me that I have to make it in the microwave so that she can make it sometime. She does not enjoy spending too much time making sweets in the kitchen so I had to shift from the stove top to the microwave. Personally, I am not too fond of microwave style of cooking, but had to do this for my Sis. It scored a 9.2 out of 10 from  my in house food critics.



Gadgets:

Wok
Spatula
Measuring Cups and Spoons
Greased Tray
Knife



Ingredients: Makes 15 pieces ( 1 /12 inch squares)

Shredded Fresh Coconut - 2 cups
Condensed Milk - 1/2 tin
Cream Of Wheat/ Rava/ Farina - 2 tbsp
Butter - 2 tbsp
Cardamon - 3 pods powdered




Preparation:

1. Heat the wok with 2 tbsp of butter and allow it to melt.

2. Add the coconut and saute to get the raw smell off and to equally distribute the melted butter.(If you wish to continue on stove top just add the rest of the ingredients and cook until the mix leaves the sides, thickens and comes together.)

3. Add this coconut mix, cardamon powder, rava and condensed milk and mix well.

4. Place in the microwave and cook it for 5 minutes. Remove and mix well. Put it back and cook it in 2 minutes increments, until the mixture comes together. (Please note that each microwave has its own power levels so please pay attention to that)

5. Line a pound cake pan with parchment paper and spread the mix evenly. Cut into 1 1/2 inch squares and place in the fridge to set. In 10 minutes it will be ready to serve.

28 comments:

  1. Wow lovely burfi looks so tempting and yum

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  2. Finally my name shows up on your blog.. its always been my sister or my anonymous sister or "this person will know who i am talking about....".

    Coconut Burfi.. looks yummy. Will definitely try and let you know...

    bye

    Sowmya

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  3. Easy and yummy burfi.. looks very tempting and beautiful.. awesome clicks too :)

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  4. Awesome sweet coconut burfi...farina addition makes it even more tasty.

    Pushpa @ simplehomefood.com

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  5. Coconut barfi looks delicious.

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  6. wow, looks so nice and how well presented :)

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  7. Now thats what I call...So simple yet so yummy!!
    Smitha @ Smitha's Spicy Flavors

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  8. Looks fantastic and so very tempting ! Regarding your question about oats idli, it has a texture very similar to rava idli, in fact the first time I served it to my in laws they thought it was rava idli. Most people cannot make out that that idli has oats in it.....

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  9. I have always put coconut and sugar together and cooked till done. I have never used condensed milk and it sounds very easy. Will try it next time I make this sweet.

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  10. Wonderful coconut burfi Srimathi.

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  11. Wow,looks sinfully delicious! Nice clicks!

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  12. The burfi in microwave sounds time saver! The pic is awesome!

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  13. Hi Srimathi,

    wonderful burfi....a quick one too...

    Dr.Sameena@

    www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com
    www.lovelypriyanka.blogspot.com

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  14. burfi looks good, and really simple. I was jsut mentioning it to my mom this afternoon, that we need to use up the condensed milk. Now I know how. really nice.

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  15. Irresistible coconut burfi, i do this often..

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  16. These looks so pretty- Lovely pictures!
    Thanks for visiting me over at KO Rasoi- do come back often :)

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  17. burfi looks yummy n the click is awesome..

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  18. Love coconut burfi..looks so tempting to me. Thanks for coming by...you have a wonderful site out here.

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  19. wow i love these burfis ..looks very tempting

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  20. Coconut burfi looks too good. Perfect sugary treat.

    http://aaha-oho.blogspot.com/

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  21. Very irresistible treat for sweet tooth like me:))

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  22. Delicious coconut burfi...can I try it with dessicated coconut...don't get coconut here.

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  23. Very interesting recipe , Srimathi. Coconut burfi in few minutes, its really great. will surely try and let you know.

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  24. these burfis are my all time favourite...

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  25. Fantastic burfi!Loved it! Thanks.

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  26. looks divine n heavenly dear..mouthwatering....

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  27. Hi Srimathi - This is such an awesome coconut burfi recipe. I had bookmarked it a while back, made it last Saturday for Narali Purnima. It turned out so well, very yummy. I had family visiting then & they all loved it. My MIL could not believe how easy it was, since she usually makes the sugar syrup version which is quite laborious.

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