Thursday, September 15, 2011

Poppy Seeds/Khus khus Barfi

This is my favorite burfi. I learned it from my mom. This is a must in our home on Janmashtami and some times during fasts on other festival.

Ingredients
Poppy seeds - 1 cup
Mawa / Khoya- 1 cup
Sugar - 1 3/4 cups
Water - 1 1/4 cups
Method
Rost the poppy seeds and let them cool. Click here for mawa/khoya recipe. Grease the tray and keep aside. Grind the poppy seeds. In a pan boil water and sugar to three string consistency. Turn off the heat. Mix mawa and poppy seeds paste to it. Mix it fast and transfer it to greased tray. Spread evenly in the tray quickly before it sets. Let it cool. Cut it in diamond or square shape.

This goes to Friday Potluck

23 comments:

  1. wow it looks delicious...and very new 2 me...bookmarking..:)

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  2. i like all your sweet recipes and this one is sure to be yummy...lovely recipe!!

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  3. looks so inviting n wonderful preparation...superb clicks !!

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  4. i love this flavourful burfi,luks delicious...

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  5. Woww... lovely and delicious recipe.. love it :)
    Indian Cuisine

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  6. Wow this is cool ...looks so yum ....must be very delicious

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  7. This barfi is new for me but barfi looks inviting and tempting.

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  8. hey that is a new recipe to me....very interesting way of using poppy seed
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  9. Interesting and quite a new barfi..marvellous..

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  10. Looks yummy!!
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  11. cute innovative and yummy burfis.
    indu srinivasan
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  12. Drool worthy sweet...I have tried halwa, burfi' is new to me...love it.

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  13. looks yummy and such a lovely recipe..

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  14. That a totally new recipe, never tried a sweet dish with Khus khus..:-) Barfi looks soo sweet n yumm

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  15. yummy looking combination

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  16. Thanks for visiting my blog and your lovely comments.
    Burfi with poppy seeds...new to me...sounds interesting and yummy

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  18. Deadly combination.....Thanks for sharing. Glad to have found your space. Following you

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