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Nariyal Vadi Coconut Burfi


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Nariyal Vadi Coconut Burfi Recipe, Nariyal, How To Make Nariyal Vadi Coconut Burfi Recipe

Coconut Burfi a succulent, chewy Indian sweet delicacy made with coconut cooked in milk and khoya and garnished with dry fruits.18319

About Recipe

Kobbari, Thengai, Narkel


(32 ratings)
49 reviews so far
Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
25 mins
Total time
35 mins
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Coconut
Servings : 0 persons
Published date : March 05, 2019

• Grated khoya (optional) - 100 grams.
• Sugar - 200 grams.
• Fresh grated coconut - 200 grams.
• Ghee/ clarified butter - 1 tablespoons.
• Cardamom powder - 1 teaspoons.
• Dry fruits, crushed or thinly sliced - 1/4 cup.
  1. Heat a tablespoon full of ghee in a pan. Add fresh grated coconut and sugar.
  2. Slowly cook this mixture in a very slow to medium flame till the sugar gets melted and the coconut is cooked and soft. After about 10 Çô 12 minutes of cooking when the mixture is slightly getting solidified or a lump, the mixture is ready.
  3. Add khoya and mix well. Add cardamom powder, mix well and after 3 mins of cooking switch off the flame. Pour this mixture in a greased plate and spread evenly with the help of a spatula (as shown in the video).
  4. Sprinkle some crushed dry fruits (almonds and pistachios) over the mixture. Keep aside and allow cooling. Cut them into desired shapes (squares, diamond, rectangle etc).

Cooking with images Naral, Thengini kai


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Nagarjuna P Posted on Fri Aug 17 2012

Love this recipe. Thanks for posting.

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lavinia2world Posted on Fri Aug 17 2012

Yummm!!! I love coconut sweets!!! I've been to Delhi and had coconut burfi and it was my favourite burfi of all. And I think this recipe is even better! Thank you for posting! :)

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dwyane21 Posted on Fri Aug 17 2012

Hi Chef, could you do a video on basic culinary techniques and the kind of utensils needed to prepare most of your dishes.

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CookingShooking Posted on Fri Aug 17 2012

i made this 4days ago(i.e.13aug)! check out my video on my channel.

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RAJAN ADVANI Posted on Fri Aug 17 2012

@CookingShooking,-- Tell us the results, why do u want us to check out your video for us to find out? and if that is the case, than, u should have given the URL of the video and not your site.

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Serkan E Posted on Fri Aug 17 2012

Chef can you make a dish with lemon grass plz ?

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Ken Assemi Posted on Fri Aug 17 2012

The sattvic coconut stimulates ajna chakra manifesting the internal perception of ringing bells. Or you might have tinitus. Just kidding. Thank you for this version of the coconut desert!

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Jumi Ramirez Posted on Fri Aug 17 2012

Those are the angels singing :)

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Abhishek Gupta Posted on Fri Aug 17 2012

those are death bell called knell !!! ha ha ha !!

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Marwath Naushad Posted on Sat Aug 18 2012

Looks yum..thank u

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sabz2487 Posted on Sat Aug 18 2012

whats koya?

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swarcheengi1 Posted on Thu Aug 23 2012

hi u can also add boiled and mashed potato in this.

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