This eye-appealing sweet is sure to appeal to your taste buds. Just relish its sweet and fresh rose flavour without worrying about gaining those extra kilos, as it's not only low in calories and fat but also rich in nutrients like protein and calcium.I liked this sweet for its simplicity of preparation especially no cooking and the promised elegance of taste.
Crumbled low fat paneer (cottage cheese)-¾ cup
Crumbled low fat mava (khoya)- 3 tbsp
Powderedsugar- 2½ tbsp
A few drops rose essence
Red food colour-2-3 drops
Ghee for greasing-¼ tsp
1. Mix all the ingredients except the red colour in a bowl, add 2 tbsp of water and knead it till the mixture becomes smooth. Add a tbsp of water if required
2. Divide this mixture into 2 equal portions. Add red colour to one portion and mix well. Keep aside.
3. Spread the white mixture on a greased thali and keep aside.
4. Spread the remaining pink colored mixture over the white coloured mixture.
5. Refrigerate for at least 1 hour and just before serving cut into pieces.
Wonderful and a colourful display of Burfi.
Sounds new to me.
Will give a try soon
Happy Diwali to you and loved ones.
Very new to me and sounds excellent Jaishree! Happy Diwali to you and ur family :)
Yummyilicious Burfi..looks awesome..DIwali wishes to you and ur family Akka..
Wow.. love the pink burfi jaishree.. Am following you..! Do visit my blog..!
So attractive and yummy.
color is too tempting.. :)wish to have it right now.. amazing snap... :)
colourful and amazing recipe!!sounds yummy 2..Happy diwali to u & ur happy!!
wow .. this looks soo good .. Happy diwali
wooo this is sooo beautiful and colourful..therez a small gift for u..plzz receive it..
Superb...Looks tempting...Nice Burfi
It must have tasted heavenly!
looks really tempting and mouthwatering... Happy Diwali to you and your family Jaishree
Simply superb a nd no cooking great idea yaar looks great and i like rose flavour in some sweets yumm.
burfi looks yum,..you can send it to various events,..and ya happy diwali,..
Lovley colour, looks and sounds yum!!
Hi dear! how have you been? hope everything is going just fine. Happy Deepavali!
as always, yummy post!
Looks yummy, nice and colourful! A must try for me..
Such a nice colour,loved this burfi,its very tempting and must be very delicious as well...thanks a lot for dropping by jaishree...hope to c u again and hope u had a great diwali
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hope you had a wonderful diwali with your family! burfi looks delicious!
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