Coconut Barfi Recipe is a traditional and classic recipe in India that is prepared during festivals and special occasions.
When I was a small child, I used to mix sugar with coconut for a quick dessert. That was pure coconut indulgence. Oh, now I miss those days, it was so much fun. So every time I talk about desserts that feature coconuts, I get super duper excited.
This Coconut barfi recipe is very perfect to make when you’re too lazy to cook, and when you get some serious sweet cravings. My favorite part of this coconut burfi is that the texture and flavor of the gently cooked coconut.
You might have noticed that this recipe is very similar to the coconut ladoos. Both recipes use similar ingredients – coconut, milk, and Asli Ghee. While the ladoos are rolled into balls, these are cut into slices. In fact, if you wish to have coconut ladoos, instead of cutting into slices you can make balls out of it.
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Coconut Barfi / Coconut FudgeCourse: DessertCuisine: IndianDifficulty: Easy
Delicious coconut barfi recipe (Coconut Fudge)
Grated Coconut – 500 gms
Asli Ghee – 1 tsp
Sugar – 200 gms
Food Color (on your choice)
Milk – 2 tsp
- Take a pan and heat it on low flame.
- Put 1 tsp asli ghee and then add the coconut powder in it. Stir fry it on low flame for 5 mins.
- Add the sugar in it and stir the mixture..
- Now take the milk in a cup and add the food color in it and add this colored milk into the coconut mixture.
- Cook until the sugar has half melted for 2 – 3 mins.
- Take a tray or mould of your choice and grease it with some ghee.
- Put the coconut mixture into the plate and press it gently. Allow it to cool and settle down completely.
- Cut it into Square pieces and serve.
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Coconut Barfi Recipe is a traditional and classic recipe in India that is prepared during festivals and special occasions. When I was a small child, I used to mix sugar with coconut for a quick dessert. That was pure coconut indulgence. Oh, now I miss those days, it was so much fun. Read More
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