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Mango and Coconut Burfi

Mango Coconut Burfi - delicious sweet prepared with mango pulp, coconut, milk powder and sugar. Easy and tasty burfi within 30 minutes. We prepare many kinds of burfis with different ingredients such as besan flour, maida or simply a full fat milk. Depending on the available ingredients, the varieties are endless and today we are going to see how to prepare a delicious burfi with our seasonal and favourite fruit mango. I guarantee that nobody can say no to this burfi. You can enjoy the flavours of mangoes in every bite. After eating this burfi, your kids will ask you to prepare again.
This mango coconut burfi includes simple preparatory work like grating the coconuts and grinding the mangoes. Then we have to stir all the ingredients in a heavy bottomed kadai. The most important step in this burfi is we have to stir, stir and stir it continuously for 20 to 25 minutes.
For this burfi try to use fresh grated coconuts. Choose for a slightly overripe mangoes to produce a perfect flavour for this burfi. Coconuts and mangoes pair wonderfully together and milk powder brings the burfi a perfect shape. One more thing about mango variety - for this burfi I suggest to use Alphanso, Banagana Palli or Malgova varieties.

Mango and Coconut Burfi recipe - delicious sweet prepared with mango pulp, coconut, milk powder and sugar. Easy and tasty burfi within 30 minutes. Mango recipes - Sweet with mangoes.
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Mango and Coconut Burfi Recipe

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Mango Coconut Burfi - delicious sweet prepared with mango pulp, coconut, milk powder and sugar. Easy and tasty burfi within 30 minutes.

Prep time : 20 minutes
Cook time : 25 minutes
Yield : 25 burfis
Category : sweets
Author : Muthulakshmi Madhavakrishnan

Ingredients
  • 2 ripe mangoes
  • 1 medium coconut
  • 1.5 cups sugar or 250 grams sugar
  • 1/4 cup milk powder
  • 4  tbsp ghee
Cooking Directions
  1. Grate the coconut without any brown parts. Peel the mangoes skin gently and just make long cuts.
  2. Next, add the mangoes in a big mixer jar and grind it to a smooth paste. No need to add water or milk for grinding the mangoes.
  3. Heat a heavy bottomed non stick kadai and add the grated coconuts along with a tbsp of ghee. Fry the coconuts on a medium heat for 5 minutes.
  4. Turn off the heat and add the mango pulp and sugar. Mix them well with the coconuts.
  5. Next, add the milk powder and mix them well without any lumps.
  6. Now, turn on the stove and stir it continuously for 10 minutes. At first, the sugar will start melting and it looks like halwa.
  7. After 10 minutes, add a tsp of ghee and stir it continuously in a circular motion.
  8. When there will be no moisture left in the coconut mango mixture or the mixture starts to turn brown in the corners turn off the heat. Transfer the coconut mango mixture to a greased plate.
  9. Let them to cool down completely and cut them into pieces.


Mango and Coconut Burfi with step by step photos 

 

Grate the coconut without any brown parts. One medium coconut provides upto 2.5 cups to 3 cups of grated coconuts.


Peel the mangoes skin gently and just make long cuts.

Next, add the mangoes in a big mixer jar and grind it to a smooth paste. 


No need to add water or milk for grinding the mangoes.


Heat a heavy bottomed non stick kadai and add the grated coconuts along with a tbsp of ghee.


Fry the coconuts on a medium heat for 5 minutes.

Turn off the heat and add the mango pulp and sugar. Mix them well with the coconuts.

Next, add the milk powder and mix them well without any lumps.

Now turn on the stove and stir it continuously for 10 minutes. At first, the sugar will start melting and it looks like halwa.

After 10 minutes, add a tsp of ghee and stir it continuously in a circular motion.


When there will be no moisture left in the coconut mango mixture or the mixture starts to turn brown in the corners turn off the heat.

Check your burfi by taking a little with a spoon and drop it in a plate and roll it with your fingers. If it is easy to roll without sticking, your burfi is perfect and transfer the coconut mango mixture into a greased plate or tray. Let them cool down completely and cut them into pieces. Transfer the burfi to an airtight container.

Transfer the burfi to an airtight container. Enjoy this easy and delicious Mango Coconut Burfi with your family. 


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  1. I made this mango coconut burfi, it came out well. My kids and colleagues relished it.

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  2. Thanks a lot. Glad to hear your kids and colleagues enjoyed the burfi.

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