Recipes - Badam Burfi


1 cup of almonds

1 cup sugar

2 tbsp. ghee

Cardamom powder

½ cup Nido milk powder

½ cup grated coconut



Soak almonds in water and peel them.  Once pealed grind them to a fine paste. Do not add water, if required add sugar and grind along with milk powder.  Take a non stick pan, pour the mixture in that and keep on slow fire. Keep stirring.  After sometime you will see that the mixture begins to thicken.  Now add ghee and keep stirring well.  Add cardamom powder, keep stirring.  When you see the mixture leaving the side of the pan add the grated coconut. Mix well.  Grease a tray with ghee and pour the mixture in it, flatten it with a back of the spoon. Spread it evenly.  While still warm, cut with a cutter in diamond shapes.  And keep it overnight to cool.

Comment on this article

  • Karen , Australia

    Wed, Dec 19 2012

    Hi, Could you tell me if I replaced whole almonds with powder, what should be the process, to get paste consistency.
    I tried it and since there is no water,there is no paste. I have all remaining as powder.

  • Averyl Rodrigues,

    Wed, Dec 05 2012

    Dear Irene
    While grinding almonds, milk powder is added. Read the recipe carefully.

  • irene, mumbai

    Wed, Dec 05 2012

    Dear Asha not mentioned when to add the 1/2 cup of milk powder.

  • Cornelio, Dubai

    Mon, Dec 22 2008

    the Badam burfi came out really tasty. All loved it at home. Thanks for the recipe.

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