Monday, October 20, 2014


Every body will be busy in making Diwali sweets and savory. I prepared this which I learnt from my tailoring teacher. It tasted yum and kids love this.

Maida / All purpose flour - 1cup
Milk powder - 1 cup
Sugar - 1 cup
Coco powder - 2 tbsp.
Cashew - few
Ghee - 1 tbsp.


Heat 1/2 tbsp. of ghee and roast maida for 2  to 3 minutes.

Mix milk powder, roasted  flour and coco powder.

In a heavy bottom pan add sugar and make syrup. when it comes to one string consistency leave for one minute and switch off the gas.

Add the mixed powder flour coco powder and ghee to that and mix well.

Grease  a plate with ghee and pour the mixture and garish with cashews.

When it cools down cut into your desired shapes.

I have made this with one string consistency, It tastes soft like a chocolate.

If you want little hard like a burfi you can leave the sugar syrup to two string consistency.



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