Beetroot burfi recipe

I love burfis, but am scared of making them. Making burfis has always been a disappointment for me. I am never sure when to stop stirring and at what consistency, it would set properly. Most of the times, I stop the stirring too early and it does not set. Then I have to again repeat the process. This way , it is either ok or I burn a portion of it. So it has been a very long time, I did not dare to make them. I have been thinking of making halwa with beetroot for sometime. So I thought of attempting it today. But then as I had not made burfi for a long time, I made burfi instead of halwa and it was a big challenge for me. And hurray, it came out good in the first attempt itself. I am not sure whether I was lucky today to get it right or I have learned making burfis!!!!!I know they are still not that great, but am happy that it was ok the first time itself. Anyway, I think I will try making more of burfis now . So friends , be prepared to see lot of burfi varieties now. And if anyone has a better idea of how to know when the burfi is ready to be set,please do share it here and give me some tip!!!

It is my 50th post today and I am happy to be a part of this blogging world till now.50 may not be a big deal for many, but for me it certainly is. I never hoped to reach 50.I sometimes get so busy with other activities that I don’t get enough time for blogging or even cooking something special. I hope to do many more posts and your comments and kind words keep encouraging me. I hope you continue to inspire me the same way to do more.

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Beetroot burfi recipe Yum
  1. Add ghee in a pan. Add the grated beetroot and stir for sometime till it gets a bit dry. Then add the milk and keep stirring till the beetroot gets cooked well. Stir in the sugar and cardamom powder and mix well. Keep stirring till it becomes a thick mass. Spread this on a greased plate. Cut into the shape you desire with a greased knife.Cool and make the pieces.
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  1. This will be a great way of getting my husband to eat beetroot 🙂 Looks so pretty too.

  2. i hear you on taking out sweets before the right the color!

  3. Congrats on reaching your 50th post,Sowmya,the burfi looked yummy and very unique I have never heard of beetroot in a burfi 🙂

  4. wow… yummy.. very new recipe for me…

  5. notyet100

    wow,..amzin…never tried mking, barfi..ur looks good…nd nice colour too,.ndya congrats,,,for 50th post,..looking forward for more delicious posts,..

  6. how unique sowmya! but this looks liek a hralthy option:) nice one!

  7. looks good, love the color.

  8. Love the color of the burfis, Sowmya!

  9. Divya Kudua

    Yummy burfis sowmya..congrats on your 50th post.It is definitely a great achievement and soon you’ll hit your 100th post and then another 100 and so on..Great post for a great reason!!Congrats once again!!

  10. Taste of Mysore

    Color looks nice..I make beetroot chutney will make halwa sometime 🙂

  11. Very attractive sweet, love beet but never made burfi! Yum

  12. Jayashree

    Congrats on reaching the 50th…..

  13. Congrats on the 50th post. Burfi with beetroot sounds interesting. Yours have got a lovely color.

  14. Looks lovely with the rich colour

  15. Illatharasi

    Looks awesome, I love the colour:)

  16. Congrats on your 50th post, I think beetroot Burfi is a healthier option for a sweet.

  17. Sowmya Congrats on reaching your 50 th post .
    Never tried burfis…Beet root burfi looks yummy and unique.Love the color…

  18. easycrafts

    I love beets and made halwa of it recently…this will be my next try..congrats on completion of 50 posts

  19. Suma Rajesh

    sounds intereting….luved the colour its inviting to have one bite.


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