Mar 18, 2012

Bournavita fudge - Bornavita Sukdi

I wanted to do some thing different in burfi for this festival time. And I wanted to make with wheat flour, then thought of sukdi a famous sweet from Gujarathi cuisine but wanted to do some thing different with that. when I was checking my pantry I saw small pack of  Bournavita which was laying from few months. The I got this Idea of Bournavita fudge with wheat flour in the way of sukdi . Hope you all like this recipe and here it is......
Photobucket INGREDIENTS:---
Whole wheat flour --- 1 cup
Bournavita  --- 50 gms meand nearly 1/2 cup
Sugar  --- 3/4 cup
Poppy seeds  --- 1 tea sp
Seasame seeds -- 1 tea sp
Cashew nuts --- 1/4 cup broken in to small pieces
Ghee  --- 1 cup
METHOD:--
1. Dry roast poppy seeds, seasame seeds in a pan and set a side.
2. In the same pan take a tea sp of ghee and fry cashew pieces and set a side.
3. Grease a plate with little ghee and sprinkle fried poppy seeds, seasame seeds, cashew pieces ste a side.
4. Now in a thick bottom pan heat rest of the ghee and add wheat flour and keep on stirring till raw smell goes and flour turn in to pink color.
5. Add bournavita mix well and switch off the heat add sugar immediatly mix well to combine every thing.
6. Pour this mixture in to the greased plate and flatten with a spatula. This work you have to do very quick other wise the burfi mixture will get set.
7. Make marks in wich shape you want.
This is my third post for blogging marathon 14th edition in the theme of Festival food -  quick and easy mithai lets check the marathon page for other recipes.

23 comments:

veena krishnakumar said...

I love this...looks so inviting!!!!

Krithi's Kitchen said...

New to me!! lovely addition of bournvita..
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Rajani S said...

Such lovely burfies!

Aarthi said...

yummy fudge

Unknown said...

I got some bournvita in my pantry too Padma. Use of poppy seeds and sesame seeds in mithai is very new to me. Should definitely try it. Jayanthi (www.sizzlingveggies.com)

Uma said...

Lovely recipe. Bookmarking it to do in future.

maha said...

looks really yumm.....very creative.instaed of bornavita can v use any other powder?
Maha

Harini-Jaya Rupanagudi said...

a very delightful sweet for a festive occasion!

sangee vijay said...

very interesting and delicious sweet...loved its chocolatey flavor !!
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Jayasri Ravi said...

Wow nice one, bournavita fudge very new, I usually don't make sweets at all.., may be I should try this one.., because of Bournavita! :), looks so yummy and nice..

Srivalli said...

That's really so innovative Padma..good one..

Prathibha said...

nice n delicious burfi...looks yumm

Kalpana Sareesh said...

awesome fudge..

Vimitha Anand said...

Nice innovative and yummy recipe. Looks so delicious

Rasi said...

I didn't what sukdi was.. when i saw the pic.. thought it wa schoco fudge and when i saw the recipe.. i was floored.. very nice one :)

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Kalyani said...

Sukhdi with a twist.. nice idea :)


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Curry Leaf said...

Looks Great Rekha. Love the innovative way of using bournvita

Degchi said...

Lovely twist. I guess all the bournvita lovers will like it.I am a bournvita girl..ok ok now i am bournvita Lady;)

PJ said...

Wow what a twist to the original recipe. Loved it :)

Suma Gandlur said...

They look fabulous.

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

looks yummy! Nice treat!

vidhas said...

New recipe. Adding bournvita makes it so... yummy.

Andhra Recipes said...

Your blog is very good and also provides different kinds of dish items.i much like dish on your blog is 'Bournvita Fudge'.I made this one,It is very easy to cook.

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