Surprise your family and friends with an unusual Indian dessert called burfi. The dessert is based on milk powder, and nuts are added for taste. Making such a dessert is very simple, it takes only 10 minutes to prepare and 30 minutes to freeze it. Wonderful soft sweets with nuts will definitely please the sweet tooth.
To make burfi you will need:
- Butter – 100 g;
- Sour cream 20% or heavy cream – 100 g;
- Sugar – 100 g;
- Vanilla sugar – 10 g;
- Salt – a pinch;
- Dry milk – 250 g;
- Nuts – to taste.
Melt the butter over low heat, add a pinch of salt and sugar to it and continue heating, mix well. Add sour cream to the ingredients and also mix.
Bring the contents of the saucepan to a boil, then remove it from the heat, and add vanilla sugar. Beat the mass with a mixer for 2-3 minutes.
Add milk powder to the whipped mass in parts and mix well. The result is a thick, viscous mixture that holds its shape perfectly.
Put the dessert in a form lined with cling film and greased with vegetable oil, and level with a spoon.
Put the nuts on top for dessert and tamp them with a spoon so that they sink into the mass. Chill the dessert in the freezer for 20-30 minutes. Cut into squares before serving.
Burfi turns out to be very tender, moderately sweet, and completely non-greasy, despite the presence of butter. Burfi sweets taste somewhat like milk chocolate, but with a much more delicate texture.