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Assalamaualikum,

Again..im not sure if this is in the right thread.

 

1 (500 g) can powdered milk

1 (8 ounce) can cream

1 cup fresh milk

125 g butter

375-500 g icing sugar

2 cups fresh cream

1 teaspoon cardamom powder (elachi)

1 cup sugar

1 cup ground almonds

 

Blend klim and nestle cream in a food processor to resemble fine bread crumbs.

 

Sift the icing sugar and elachi (cardamom) , then add klim mixture.

 

Make a think syrup with 1 cup sugar and 1 cup fresh milk.

 

Add fresh cream to syrup and boil until thick.

 

Add butter to syrup just before removing from the stove.

 

Add ground almonds and mix well.

 

Lastly add the klim mixture and set aside overnight. Add colour.

 

Decorate with slivered almonds.

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Here's a pic of it....the burfee is the three cream things with chocolate (its in the middle of the plate). these were all the eid goodies we made in 2004....

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Wow! Look at all those goodies on one plate! :D It actually made my mouth water a little. :D

 

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:D for the recipe........... :D those look great :D

 

:D ill try to make them one day lolz

 

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"Wow! Look at all those goodies on one plate! smile.gif It actually made my mouth water a little."

Thanks! lol....it made my mouth water seeing em again also....

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:D

 

Try a Pistachio variation

 

Just add about 1 cup of Blanched Pistachios Chopped

 

and add green food color if you desire

 

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Assalamaualikum,

Pistachio burfee tastes nice as well.

You can also add almonds.

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or a coconut variation :D add to the basic recipe 2 cups of grated coconut

 

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Assalamaualikum,

Those burfees look delicious.

Mumtaz in Bradford has some great burfee!

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Assalamaualikum,

Yes...but its expensive, isnt it? I only get it when people come here from england!! It's like soo unfair!

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