Tuesday, September 19, 2006

CoCoNuT BaRfi

I always hated sweets, until I met my dear hubby who has a real bad sweet tooth. I love some " sweets ". Like " Baklawa " , " Coconut Barfi ". I just can't get my hooks off those piece of sweets.

Just a few months back , I tried making coconut barfi and it was a real flop !!!.
This recipe belongs to Shilpa from AayisRecipes . I saw this receipe on her blog and just culdnt resist myself from making it. And Hey, this time I made it...

All credit goes to Shilpa.

The best part of it for me was the aroma of freshly grated coconut getting mixed with the sugar syrup. And to add to it ,cardamom .....simply cool. Last but not the least, this sweet dish is real easy and real quick to be prepared for any occasion .

So herez the " CoCoNuT BaRfI "


shilpa said...

Thank you so much for linking me Manjusha. I am very happy that you liked the recipe :D.

Krithika said...

Looks delicious !

Hema said...

Manjusha. You have a nice blog here. Especially liked your vada pav recipe.

Prema Sundar said...

I love coconut burfis.. Didn't have it for a looong time. Looks lovely. Thanks.

Foodie's Hope said...

Oh!! another classic K'taka sweets! Love those and your's looks perfect.Usually, it's hard to get the correct consistency to make shapes! Great job!!

Mahek said...

found your blog on ashwini's blog
are you a maharashtrian
i will be reading your blog soon
you can read mine too
tulla marathi bolayala yete ka?
email me if you do

Manjusha Nimbalkar said...

Shilpa : your welcome.

Krithika: Thanks for your comment.

Hema: Cool, im happy you liked my blog and vada pav recipe.TRY it and let me know if it goes.

Prema: Thanks so much. I havent found anyone till now who says "i dont like coconut barfis".Thanks for visiting.

Foodie' Hope: Really appreciate your comment FH.

Mahek: hoy mala marathi bolta yete.Not though very fluent , but i can speak marathi. I visited your blog too, ur cashew chicken gravy looks mind boggling.You have a good blog too mahek. And hey ,Im simply loving your name too.

Manisha said...

Manju, tujhya Marathila kay jhale?

Deepavali chya Shubheccha! To you and yours!

Sia's corner said...

hi manjusha,
coconut is part and parcel from where i come from, that is coastal town of mangalore... i remember my amma making big kadai of coconut burfi:) lovely presentation

Asha said...

Hi Manjusha, just wanted to wish you,

Happy Thanksgiving!


Why ThE PLATTER HuNt is stopped after September 19, 2006.Pl keep on posting.

Jeena said...

Hi there, I like your blog! Nice recipe it looks yummy I love coconut:) Feel free to visit my blog too :)

Click here for jeenas food recipe blog :-)