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Tuesday, October 28, 2008


I would like to send this to Pritis Festive Food Event – Diwali, EC’s WYF- Party Food event and Srivalli’s JFI – Festivals – Diwali Event


Since my first attempt last Diwali I have made these 3 times, this being my third attempt. It is such a hit in my house, that it gets difficult for me to save it for the guests. The best part is I can make it in a jiffy, It takes all of 15 minutes to make this exotic sweet. What can beat it!!!!!!!

Minimum ingredients, minimum time and minimum labor….only maximum love.

The guests are impressed, the hubby is impressed and my kid is drooling over it. The disappearing cakes are proof for it. So why not make it again, so I made it again with a twist. This time I added 6 squares of Cadbury’s dairy milk chocolate, this not only gave my chocolate layer a deep chocolate color but also gave the chocolate layer a more chocolatey taste….see how…..below
Milk powder - 2 cups
Almond meal (Powdered almond (skinless))- 1 cup (You can get it in the “baking needs” section of most shops)
Thickened cream - 300 ml
Castor Sugar (powdered sugar) - 3/4 cup
Cocoa powder - 1 tbsp

6 squares of Cadbury’s Dairy Milk chocolate

Cadbury’s dairy milk comes in a big block of small squares. Break exactly 6 squares and melt on high for a second. Keep aside
Mix all the ingredients except cocoa powder in a large microwavable bowl.
Mix well and place bowl in a microwave oven for 4 minutes on high cook.
Remove bowl and stir mixture. Place again for another 4 minutes.
Transfer half the mix in a greased plate.

Quickly blend in the cocoa and the melted cadbury’s dairy milk into the remaining mix and pour over the barfi in the plate and spread evenly. After that for half a minute keep in the microwave again so that it is set. Cool and cut into the shape of your desire.
Blanched nuts can be sprinkled on top along with silver varq (foil).

Your exotic Chocolate Malai Barfi is ready to serve.


Purva Desai said...

Malai Chocolate barfi looks exotic and rich and as mentioned if it is cooked in a jiffy than nothing like it..
will try this for next Diwali...
Wishing u and ur family Happy Diwali

Srivalli said...

Thanks for the tempting entry!

Priti said...

Wish you and family Happy and Prosperous Diwali dear...burfi looks cool...instant is making them more appealing..thanks for sharing the wonderful recipe and thanks for the entry too

Priya said...

Yumm Yumm Tempting me a lot...barfi looks fabulous sukanya..

Usha said...

Mmm just your description of the sweet is making my mouth water...will try this...Happy Diwali to you and your family :-)

easycrafts said...

The burfi is so tempting..thanks for the entry

SriLekha said...

yummy burfis!

Vandana Rajesh said...

Rich and just right for the festive season.

vidhas said...

Burfi is tempting. Wonderful clicks

Unknown said...

which cream we shd use. Nestle can use? Pls tell.

Sukanya said...

Can use Nestle cream no problem


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