Hi all...How wz ur weekend? For you, today I have something sweet to share. Ohh...! itz all about customization .... This is my first post on our traditional Indian sweets. I'm really excited to post a customized version of our traditional sweet recipe.
This time we bought a batch of pears. Out of these, I made three dishes - starting from the smoothie and the rest of them will be visiting u soon......
Two days before, we got kaju burfi from our sweet neighbors. It was nice and pretty.....and that made me to think of making burfi's out of my remaining pears. and...not a bad idea.......right :-)?
Makes 7 to 8 , 1.5 inch squares
Three medium sized Bosc pears
3/4 Cup of sugar (Increased or decreased as per your requirement)
Half cup of milk powder
One teaspoon of milk masala (ground mixture of pistachios, almonds and cardamom)
Peel, core and cut the pears into small pieces
Heat the pear pieces in a non stick pan on medium and stir fry it till the entire liquid in the pears gets evaporated.
Now turn fire to low . Add milk powder, sugar, milk masala and cook until the mixture comes to slightly thick consistency. I mean...when you move the mixture with your spatula, it should stay there for a while and becomes sticky.
Transfer the mixture to a greased pan and let it cool.
Now chill the mixture for half an hour and cut into desired shapes.
Hope u have enjoyed....... You can adapt this recipe and make your own customization with any kinda similar fruits :-). We finished in one go :D
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