Gits Kalakand (Malai Burfi) recipe with a twist



I tried making Kalakand (Malai Burfi) using Gits instant mix. Since my folks are not very fond of dairy sweets, I added fresh grated coconut and cardamom powder to the mix and it turned out to be really delicious! Oh yes, and I also added some orange colour to the preparation so that it doesn't look too much of a dairy product. Not that I recommend using food colours, but once in a while I think it's fine.

It's easy to make but a bit difficult to set.
Simply follow the instructions on the back of the pack of Gits Kalakand (Malai Burfi) packet.
Just add a little orange powder, 1/2 tsp cardamom powder and 1/2 cup fresh grated coconut while boiling.

Tips:
  1. Remember to grease the plate (in which you plan to pour and set the mix) properly.
  2. Do not disturb the plate for a couple of hours.
  3. If its not getting hard enough so as to cut pieces, refridgerate it for a while and then cut the pieces.

2 comments:

Anitha Chowdary 13 December 2011 at 12:13  

i like this one i will try this, thanks for the post

Anuradha Khanna Pentapalli 13 December 2011 at 18:53  

Thanks Anita, do let me know how it turns out!

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