Oct 7, 2014

Horlicks Burfi Recipe / Horlicks Mysore Pak Recipe



When i wrote a status update in my facebook wall asking my viewers, do you need any special recipes for diwali which i want to make and post in my blog, i received so many recipe request. One of that recipe is horlicks and bournvita barfi.. Believe it or not i made both of them immediately and it turned out great.


I have posted so many barfi recipes in my blog. So try this out and let me know how it turned out..


Preparation Time : 5 mins
Cooking Time : 20 to 25 mins
Makes : 10 to 12 pieces

Ingredients:

Gram Flour / Besan / Kadalai Mavu - 3/4 cup
Horlicks - 1/4 cup
Ghee - 1/4 cup
Oil - 1/2 cup
Sugar - 3/4 cup
Water - 1/4 cup

Method:

Heat a non stick pan with 1 tsp ghee, once it is hot add in gram flour and roast it for 2 mins. Once it is roasted transfer it to a sieve and sieve it. Now add in horlicks and mix well.

In the same pan, take sugar and add in water, mix well so the sugar is melted, now bring this to a boil and cook till 1 string consistency is reached.

Once it reaches one string consistency, add in besan mix slowly and mix so no lumps are formed.

Now add in ghee and oil slowly and keep mixing on medium heat. Cook till the mix leaves the sides of the pan.

Pour this into greased tray and let it cool down.

Once cooled cut it into squares.

Pictorial:
Take all your ingredients

Heat ghee in a nonstick pan

Add in gram flour

Roast till nice aroma comes from it

POur this into a sifter

sieve it to remove lumps

add in horlicks

mix well

Take sugar in the same pan

Add in water

Bring it to boil

Cook till 1 string consistency is achieved

Sprinkle over the besan mix

keep cooking

add ghee slowly and keep mixing

You can add ghee and oil and stir

keep mixing

Now it has started leaving sides

add more ghee and oil

once it leaves the sides and gets foamy just like
mysorepak turn off the heat

transfer this whole thing to a greased plate

smooth the top

let it set

Cut into squares

Serve

10 comments:

  1. Sugar syrupu kambipatham kidayatha?

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  2. @AnonymousThe sugar syrup should reach one string

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  3. Looks yummy. Thanks for sharing

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  4. It became too hard��

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  5. @AnonymousYou have cooked it over, so it has turned hard

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  6. hai aarthi......can u pls explain what s one string sugar........

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  7. @Suhana Ahmedif you take the spoon from the syrup, the last drop falling from the spoon forms a string like syrup.

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  8. Can I minus oil ? As I want to do it for my one year old baby ?

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