To make Kaju Burfi, you need 3 cups of ground cashews, 1/2 cup of water, and 2 cups of sugar.
O spooned the cashews in to the grinder.
Then she ground them with a little help from me.
While O worked on grinding the cashews, I heated the sugar and water over medium-high heat. O grew tired of grinding, so I finished grinding the cashews while stirring the sugar water. Meanwhile, E was tired and wanted me to hold her. As soon as the sugar/water mixture looked ready, I threw the cashews in and mixed them. I poured the mixture into a glass pan and spread them out. Our cashews were not ground into powder (as the directions described), and the sugar/water mixture wasn't quite ready, but our Kaju Burfi was delicious!
This looks really yummy! Going to have to pick up more cashews! Thanks for sharing. *Ü*ReplyDelete
Looks nice... but unless its ground cashew, its not called Burfi :-) you can make the same with peanuts also (unless there is no allergy in the family, do roast them first) If you have an indian store nearby do try a kaju burfi... ( Haldirams is a packaged brand... and its available in US, if planning to try ;-))ReplyDelete
I think we'll try the electric grinder next time and maybe we'll have more success! I changed the title since it's not really kaju burfi :)ReplyDelete
This does look good!ReplyDelete
What is the grinder you used? We have an electric one, but I think I like the idea of a crank one for practice for the boys.ReplyDelete