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Besan Fudge : Celebrating Mother's Day

Written By Srimathi Mani on Sunday, May 13, 2012 | 10:29 PM

Happy Mother's Day to everyone. Along with the mother's day I wanted to celebrate my Amma's birthday which was last week, by making her recipe that she is very proud of. My Amma is not too fond of cooking compared to her sisters. It is not that Amma does not know how to cook, its just something she was not interested in. But, she does have a few tricks up her sleeve.  Mysore pak is her favorite sweet and she always makes this cheat version of it. She is very proud of this recipe because it got her sisters approval which was very important to her. She wanted to share this recipe with me and I loved it. The fudge was not gooey, but was firm and soft. It tasted awesome hot off the stove and took me less than 15 minutes to prepare.



Gadgets:

Heavy Bottom Pan
Measuring Cups and Spoons
Spatula
Knife

Ingredients:
Makes 8 Pieces
Besan - 1/2 cup
Sugar - 1/2 cup
Ghee - 3 tbsp plus 1 tsp
Milk -  1/4 cup
Cashew nuts - 10 ( optional)
Cardamom - 3 pods powdered
Saffron- a pinch


Preparation:

1. Heat the pan with 2 tbsp ghee on a little over medium heat. Add besan and roast it until the raw smell disappears. ( about 4 minutes).

2. Add milk, sugar and 1 tbsp of ghee and mix well. Keep mixing until you get the mixture to leave the sides of the pan and form a ball. Add 1 tsp of ghee, add cardamom, chopped cashew nut pieces and remove from heat.

3. Allow it to rest for a few minutes. Make small ball ( approximately 1tbps) and flatten with your palm and shape to form a square. ( At this point I used the curly knife and cut the edges to make it look pretty, you can skip that step.)

4. Store them in a air tight container. They will not harden but will have a chewy and soft texture.

My entry to Mom's Recipes Event and Family recipe challenge.


19 comments:

  1. Wow very yummy n beautifully presented

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  2. very delicious fudge..looks perfect n yummm

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  3. Wonderful n yummy
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  4. Belated birthday wishes to ur mom Srimathi, wat a lovely fudge, i wont mind having some anytime..Happy mother's day wishes.

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  5. Very delicious and so well done..

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  6. looks delicious. nice presentations.

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  7. Love the texture of the fudge..looks delicious

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  8. I am so intrigued by it, got to prepare it, different from besan laddoo or besan halwa. Got to give it a try :)

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  9. delicious fudge,haven't had a besan fudge before,nicely presented too!!Belated birthday wishes to your mom & Belated mother's day wishes to u too!!

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  10. I wish I could reach thro my laptop for a bite...awesome..:P
    Tasty Appetite

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  11. Looks lovely
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  12. Wow! Fantastic pictures and even better, fantastic suggestions for making this perfectly. My husband would be in heaven with that!

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  13. Soooo good. I could eat a couple of them right away. I love chewy sweets.

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  14. Belated birthday wishes to your mom. This besan burfi looks delicious. Love to try them.

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  15. Love this one! Pictures make me hungry!

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  16. Drooling here dear !! super tempting and well presented !! Thanks for linking to the event !! Appreciate it !!

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