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Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Mango Burfi / Mango Kalakhand


Mango Burfi
Mango burfi / Mango kalakhand is north Indian delicacy that tastes heavenly. Recently i had a chance to taste this yummy sweet from nearby hypermarket where they had mango mania along with lot other mango recipes. Since it's been long that i have tried any Indian sweets at home  i thought to try this yellow sweet which was something different from other mango recipes.

Mango Burfi
I added condensed milk and grated paneer to get a crumbled texture, rather than a smooth texture. Do try this quick and easy mango burfi and indulge your passion for the mango in burfi form.... So with not much chattering let's move onto the recipe..
Mango Burfi / Kalakhand

Mango Burfi / Kalakhand - Ingredients:
Preparation time: 10 mins | Cooking time: 15 mins | Recipe cuisine: Indian | Category: Sweet

Mango pulp  - 1 cup ( i used Alphonso mangoes)
Paneer grated or Mawa - 1 cup
Condensed milk - 1 cup
Ghee - 2-3 tbsp
Cardamon powder - 1/2 tsp
Chopped nuts to garnish - 2 tbsp

Method:
1. Blend the mangoes and take the pulp, keep aside.

2. In a heavy bottomed pan mix the mango pulp, condensed milk and crumbled paneer and start cooking on medium flame.

3. Keep stirring till the mixture starts thickening. This will take around 12-15 mins.

4. Add 2 tbsp of ghee and keep stirring till it starts leaving the sides of the pan.

5. Grease a plate with little ghee and pour the mixture. Spread it evenly.

6. Sprinkle the chopped nuts over the mixture and press slightly.

Leave it aside for 1 hour to set . Once cooled cut into squares or you can have it as a fudge.
Mango Burfi

My notes:
  • Unlike other burfi's mango burfi will not be stiff enough because of the mango pulp used. 
  • It is preferred to use sweet and ripe Alphonso ( or Kesar), the king of mangoes in this recipe. 
  • Instead of paneer you can use unsweetened Koya/ Mawa for a more richer version. 
  • I used almonds and cashews. 

Linking this to Beulah's favorite recipes event , event of Swathi


7 comments:

  1. Mango Burfi looks tasty and yummy!

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  2. its taste delicious.....................

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  3. nice pics n presentation... tempting...

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  4. we love summers because they gift us mangoes...and this burfi uses it in the most beautiful way possible,it looks so good,festive...quick,easy to follow steps and a perfect,melt-in-mouth result,great pics too,thanks :-)

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  5. Love these burfi's! Anything with mangoes is yummy! Thanks for linking this to favorite recipes event.

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  6. Mango barfi looks so delicious and tempting.

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