Cashew Burfi

Submitted by: Lavanya Rajan


Cashewnuts – 100 grams
sugar – 100 grams
ghee – 50 grams
milk – 1/4 cup


1. Grind the cashewnuts in a mixer grinder. Make the powder corse. A few bits of cashews does not matter since they will make the burfi crunchy.
2. In a wide flat bottomed pan put the cashew powder, milk and sugar.
3. Stir the mixture well and let the cashew powder absorb the milk and sugar.
4. Keep stirring the mixture.
5. The mixture starts thickening at this point start adding ghee slowly.
6. After adding each tablespoon ghee stir the mixture so that it absorbs the ghee.
7. At one stage the mixture thickens and starts frothing at the sides of the pan, take it off the flame.
8. Pour this mixture into a greased baking pan. Let it cool for a while.
9. Using a greased knife cut to desired shapes.

This is really mouth watering treat. Hope you will also enjoy it.

ShowMeTheCurry Notes:Thanks Lavanya, Burfis are always a welcome treat and an all time favorite.

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  2. hi hetal and anuja

    love all your recipes, you guys rock. I just wanted to know about this kajubarfi, 100gms kaju means how many cups is that. if u can pls tell me the conversion part of 100 gms equals to how many cups .


  3. hey anuja i love your recipies
    i have tried most of the things and all of them turned out good!
    Thankyou and please,please show me how to make
    a sweet called baloo shaw and maysoor pak.
    i will really appreciate it! 🙂 Thanks a bunch

  4. After mixing the cashew, sugar and milk in the wide bottomed pan…do we have to put it on stove or justkeep stirring outside. It’s not mentioned that it has to be put on stove…

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