May 20, 2014

Vanilla & Chocolate Burfi Recipe / Chocolate Burfi (Barfi) Recipe / Vanilla Barfi Recipe


This post has been sitting in my drafts folder for quite a while, i made this burfi during diwali, so guess the number of months. Finally it is searched and edited ready to post and go live. One of the delicious burfi to try during festivals.






This cool thing about this burfi is, it is double layered. But you can either make it as plain vanilla burfi or chocolate burfi. Both ways it is fun. You can check out my plain maida burfi and other burfi recipes too..


Preparation Time : 10 mins
Cooking Time : 45 mins to 1 hour
Makes : 10 to 12 slices
Recipe Source : Raks Kitchen

Ingredients:

For Vanilla Layer:
All Purpose Flour - 1/2 cup
Ghee - 1/4 cup melted
Sugar - 1 cup
Water - 1/2 cup
Vanilla Essence - 1/2 tsp

For Chocolate Layer:
All Purpose Flour - 1/2 cup
Ghee - 1/4 cup melted
Sugar - 1 cup
Water - 1/2 cup
Unsweetened Cocoa Powder - 1 tblspn mixed with 1 tblspn of water
Dark Chocolate Chips - 1 tblspn (Optional)

Method:

First grease a square pan well with ghee. 

Start by making vanilla layer. Take sugar and water in a kadai, Mix well till it is melted. Simmer the pan.

In the mean time, i heated some ghee in a pan and add some flour to it, fry till nice aroma comes from it. Turn off the heat and set aside.

Now check on the sugar syrup, increase the heat and boil it till it reaches one string consistency, if you lift the ladle from the syrup, the last drop falling from the spoon forms a string like consistency. Once it reaches this stage, TURN OFF THE HEAT..

Add the fried flour mixture and keep stiring. At a point thte mix will get thick. Now spread this mix in the greased tray. Smoothen it. Make it in thin layer, since this burfi is going to have two layers.

Now lets make the chocolate layer. First mix cocoa powder in some water to form a thick paste and keep aside. Take sugar and water in a kadai, Mix well till it is melted. Simmer the pan.

In the mean time, i heated some ghee in a pan and add some flour to it, fry till nice aroma comes from it. Turn off the heat and set aside.

Now check on the sugar syrup, increase the heat and boil it till it reaches one string consistency, if you lift the ladle from the syrup, the last drop falling from the spoon forms a string like consistency. Once it reaches this stage, TURN OFF THE HEAT..

Add the fried flour mixture, cocoa mix and chocolate chips. keep stiring. At a point thte mix will get thick. Now spread this mix over the vanilla layer. Smoothen it. 

Let this cool down a bit. Cut into bars.

Serve.

Pictorial:
Take all your ingredients for vanilla layer

Grease a tray well with ghee
Take sugar in a kadai

Add in water and mix well, let this simmer

In the mean while, i heated ghee in another pan

Add maida

Fry till nice aroma comes from it...Turn off the heat

Mean while the sugar must be reaching one string consistency

Look at this

Turn off the heat

Add in fried maida mix

Mix well

Add some vanilla essence

Keep mixing

Till it gets thick

It will leave the sides

pour it into the tray

Now lets make the choco layer

First mix cocoa in some water to form a thick paste
Take sugar in a kadai

Add some water and let it dissolve

In the mean time, add ghee in another pan and melt it

Add in flour and mix well

Let this fry for a min

Now the sugar must be reaching one string consistency

Look at this

Turn off the heat

Add the flour mix

Mix well
Add the cocoa mix

Add some chocolate chips ( This is optional)
Keep mixing

It will get thick

and leave the sides of the pan

Pour this over the vanilla layer

Sprinkle some chopped nuts

look at the layers

Let this cool, then slice

Enjoy


8 comments:

  1. Real yummy, lovely illustrative clicks.

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  2. luk simple to do. . . me gona try this

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  3. I tried this recently and it came out pretty good. I have re-blogged this in my bog. Thanks for the recipe!

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  4. I tried this , can i do it with gram flour which taste good than maida. Thanks

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  5. @Anonymousif u are using gram flour, then all the measurements will change

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  6. I tried this today..:(
    Everything went well till the sugar syrup reached one string consistency. After taking off heat whn i stirred in the fried flour and mixed it..it started becoming thick and all of a sudden became dry and turned into poweder..
    :( i really don't know where i went wrong..:'(

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    1. You have over mixed it. Once it get thick, pour it, if you keep mixing then it will dry out and get powdery

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