Gajar Ki Burfi / Carrot Fudge



Wonderful festive sweet or even when you crave for some deliciousness in your life - make these awesome Carrot Fudge Bars/ Gajar Ki Burfi! Beautiful red carrot cooked and topped with delicious dry fruits !





A new post again and this time I am sharing another favorite category recipe,yes yes!dessert /sweet 🙂 I made these amazingly delicious Gajar ki Burfi /Carrot Fudge.

Gajar or Carrot Burfi is anther form of famous Gajar Halwa. I think anyone who has tasted Gajar Halwa,will not say no to it,so does Gajar Ki Burfi. Here the process is pretty straightforward,and depending on whether you want the halwa burfi to be soft or very hard and firm,cook the carrot mixture accordingly.

We are beginning to have all famous Indian festivals one after other, and this Gajar Ki Burfi,is perfect for upcoming Holi festival, Akshay Trutiya and also many more festivals including Diwali and Rakshabandhan! So do try these amazing burfi at home.

I have been busy working on my Youtube Channel,and finally I have taken that step of making recipe videos. I have uploaded my first recipe video for you all to check. I will keep adding more videos as and when I get to share them.Meanwhile,watch my video and enjoy! Here is the link Gajar K Burfi Video. I know I have to work a lot on this and make it better but don't forget to subscribe to my channel.😊

Close up of delicious carrot burfi placed on white plate ,garnished with lots of Pistachio

Here are some of the tips I would like to share:
  • Depending on whether you to make the burfi hard or soft,cook the carrot mixture accordingly.
  • If you want to make it hard and sliced well,then cook well it it leaves the sides of pan and easily comes together as a ball.
  • If you want it to be soft and gooey,then keep the mixture slightly soft and sticky.
  • Also,the sugar was more than enough for me,if you like to make it more sweet then increase sugar here.
Also,I have shard lots of festive sweet recipes if you are looking for sme,like Balushahi/Goan Bhakkam Peda,Goan Doodh Peda,Paper Halwa,Jalebi and much more.Please check my Desserts link for the recipes.


white plate having Gajar ki burfi with lots of chopped almonds and pistachio.



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Gajar Ki Burfi / Carrot Fudge
Wonderful festive sweet or even when you crave for some deliciousness in your life - make these awesome Carrot Fudge Bars/ Gajar Ki Burfi!
Ingredients
Instructions
Wash and peel the carrots.
Grate the carrots .
In a pan,add ghee,when it melts,add the carrots,grated.
Saute the carrots till soft and raw smell disappers.

To this add the milk powder and khova.
Mix well and let it cook.
This will mix everything well as mixture starts to cook.

Add sugar to this and let it cook on low flame.
Make sure the mixture does not stick to the pan and burn.
Keep stirring it regularly to avoid sticking.

After a while,it will dry up and start to form a ball and comes together.
To test this take a small portion,be careful here as the mixture will be hot and try to roll it in a ball.
If the mixture does not stick to your hands and rolls into a ball then its done.

Apply little ghee to a bowl,place parchment paper on it.
Spread the mixture in the bowl and try to make the top smooth with spatula.

Add the chopped,silvered dry fruits.
Let this cool completely.
You can also refrigerate this.
Once cooled make pieces as per choice and serve.
Enjoy!
Details
Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Yield: 12






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Prasanna Hede
Prasanna Hede

17 comments:

  1. Sounds scrumptious! These almost remind me of carrot cake. I'd love to add some cinnamon to these. NOM

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  2. i love the toppings on this fudge!!

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  3. I love trying new things and this sounds amazing!!

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  4. I have a Sweet Tooth, and this takes care of it. Trying it soon. YUM.

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  5. Looks mouth watering. Makes me want to try it soon.

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  6. This is a sweet way to get your vitamins! The topping of nuts and dried fruit make this even more of a treat.

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  7. This recipe has an incredible presentation! I love it. And I think that using a moderate amount of sugar will make it perfect. Thanks for all your tips.

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  8. I use to love carrot halwa back home in India.. This looks so delicious. The color is always so pretty too! Yum!

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  9. I've been seeing this recipe post on social media and am so intrigued by it! I've never had carrot fudge before. It's such a beautiful color and these flavors sound just lovely together.

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  10. This is such a cool and creative idea! I've never seen anything like this before but there's carrot cake, why not carrot fudge?

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  11. These Carrot Fudge bars are beautiful. I love the flavor combinations. I can't wait to try this.

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  12. Oh wow! I've never heard of this and it all looks so easy and tasty. It might even make me like carrots!

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  13. This one looks fun!! I love to find unique recipes to make! It challenges me! This one looks so appetizing! I'm going to have to give it a try!!

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  14. I've never heard of carrot fudge before! What a great idea! I think I might have to try this out on my kiddos.

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  15. I've never heard of carrot fudge before, but I'm thoroughly intrigued! It sounds delicious and it's absolutely beautiful to boot!

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  16. Never tried Carrot Fudge before, it looks scrumptious!)

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