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May 17, 2011

Sweet Corn Burfi

Ingredients :

Sweet Corn Kernels : 1 cup
Sugar : 1/2 cup
Ghee : 1/4 cup
Cardamom Powder : 1/4 tsp

Method :

Grind the sweet corn into a smooth paste and set aside. Mix the sugar and water. The amount of water should be just enough to soak the sugar and make a syrup of single thread consistency. Switch off the flame and set aside. Heat ghee in a wok. Add and fry the corn paste for 5 minutes. Now add the sugar syrup and cardamom powder and mix very well. Cook until the ghee and mixture starts to leave the sides of wok. Turn off the flame and pour onto a greased plate and flatten immediately. Allow it to cool and cut into pieces. Garnish with chopped nuts and serve.

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41 comments:

  1. Never knew we could make indian sweets with sweet corn... superb dish!

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  2. Looks yummy and sounds easy. .will try and let you know how it came :)

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  3. This is a lovely recipe...very innovative and looks very inviting.

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  4. looks yummy, had no idea about corn burfi :P

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  5. Thats a very unique recipe... Never thought of sweet corn in burfi

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  6. Very tempting and fabulous burfi.... very innovative recipe dear..

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  7. ew to me & looks so soft & yummy!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  8. Wonderful recipe and a different ingredient.Looks so yummmmy....
    South Indian Home

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  9. Lovely color..tempting and fabulous burfi..

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  10. Wow.. what an idea :) looks so tempting :)

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  11. loking tempting and gr8 idea of using corn

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  12. Healthy and mouthwatering one... Nice innovative thinking... YUM!

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  13. Colorful burfis. Are they soft kind?

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  14. wow..simple and quick burfi..loved the idea of using corn in an innovative way..mouthwatering burfi !!

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  15. Marvellous and tempting burfi,feel like having some..

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  16. wow..this is my fav sweet..looks very yummy and tempting...loved it..

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  17. Burfi looks delicious, love that it is made with simple sweet corn.

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  18. what an excellent idea to amke barfi with corn - I am coming across a whole bunch of novel and fantastic ideas :) two thumbs up dear :)

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  19. tasty fresh..All the above..I need a piece right about now..!

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  20. GOod one. When my friend made corn flour burfi, I thought sweet corn burfi would taste heavenly too and what do I see here??

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  21. i have tasted icecream with sweet corn and love this sweet and yummy version of sweet corn

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  22. wow very interesting and wonderful burfi !! lOVED IT !!

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  23. what a superb idea !! so innovating...Must be delicious

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  24. Unique idea,should be tasting yumm!

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  25. Such a unique barfi. It looks and sounds delicious...

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  26. Congratulations for his marvellous blog. Though I am Spanish, I have worked with hindĂșes for 31 years, have travelled to India where I have big friends and adore her.
    I like it his idiosyncrasy, his music, his landscapes, his eaten ones ... I feel a bit Hindu.
    I will follow his recipes and from today Vd. is between my favorite kitchens in my blog.
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  27. This is very tasty! The burfis are very irresistible and droolworthy!

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  28. OMG never heard it or tasted it before sounds great will surely give it a try

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  29. Wht a wonderful idea ...so yum

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  30. We make sweet corn halwa in a similar process but we never cut into burfi..this sounds nice..:)

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  31. Hey, super idea.. Never tried..Will try it soon

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  32. Just what i was looking for! I got a little over-excited at the supermarket yesterday and bought way more fresh corn that I can possibly manage to eat at once!After roasting/sauteing/steaming for more than three meals in a row, i was what to do with the rest of them... This seems so easy- going to make it rightaway!

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  33. Ohhh, this salad is GORGEOUS! Love, love, love it! It practically screams summer and would be so lovely now that our sunshine has finally arrived. :-)

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