Sunday, August 29, 2010

Badam Burfi/Almond Squares

In my Okra-Fry post, i have mentioned about Pongiduthal tradition. Now, for that feast we made some Badam burfi. This Is my SIL's(Brother's Wife) recipe. Though she was trying this for the first time, it came out great. Very soft and Flavourful!!!!


Ingredients
1 cup Almonds
1 cup Sugar
3- 4 tbsp Clarified Butter
Roasted Almonds for Garnishing

Method
Soak almonds Overnight. Next Day Morning, peel the skin and Grind the almonds to fine paste, without adding any water.
In a Heavy Bottom pan, Put the almond mixture and Sugar together and keep stirring. The Sugar starts melting and this almond mixture gets cooked. Add the ghee and mix well. Keep Stirring. Mean-while, grease a flat plate with some ghee and keep it ready.

Once the Almond mixture, starts leaving the sides of the pan, Pour it on the grease plate and spread it flat.

Let it cool, then use a sharp knife and cut it into squares.Decorated the top with some roasted almonds.

 Store the squares in a Air-tight Container and Enjoy!!!

Sending this to Festive Food - Rakhi 2010 @ Indian Khana by Priti And to 'Only' Kids Delight @ Foodelicious by Pari and to Dish Name starts with A @ Akila's Kitchen

21 comments:

  1. delicious and yummy burfi,luks perfect...

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  2. Tasty looking badam burfi. Loved the texture and the simple preparation. Thanks for the illustrative clicks.

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  3. wow those burfis looks sooooo perfect ...very nicely u prepared ...thanks for sharing this priya
    br>Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  4. Lovely and tasty this looks perfect for the festival.

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  5. I love this Burfi and my daughter;s favorite.
    I used to make it a lot when I was in UAE.
    You tempted me to make it again.
    Thanks

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  6. HI
    Yummy burfis. My daughter loves these. I always used to make it when I was in UAE. You tempted me to make it again.
    Thanks.

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  7. Very tempting burfis, feel like having some..

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  8. Looks way too delicious :) will try it out soon :)

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  9. Badam burfi looks delicious..love your step by step pics!!
    Thanks a lot for sharing:)

    http://usmasala.blogspot.com/

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  10. Hi,

    i love badam burfi...you have presented it so well!!!

    Sameena@www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

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  11. looks really delicious.. I m sure it would be tasty too

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  12. am going to try this and let u know...thanx for sharing da.

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  13. So easy:) :) And so D...E....L...I...C...I...O...U...S!!!!

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  14. Wow looks super good and tempting .. wish to have a piece right away..

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  15. Lovely burfi. I'm a big fan of coconut burfi and never anything other than that. Loved your almond burfi and would try it some time soon !!! Reached your blog thru blog hopping. I'm a happy follower now !!

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  16. This is one of the few burfis I do like very much and yours look very good.
    Thanks for getting back to me.

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Thanks a Lot for taking your time out and Visiting my Kitchen!!!!! Your Valuable Comments keep me going!!! Feel free to ask your doubts , i will definitely try reply you back. Good Day!!!

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