Thursday, March 02, 2006

KOVVA BURFI (RICOTTA CHESSE SQUARE)



This is an instant sweet dish. which helps us when u have no time for the long
process ones,its easy and its all time fav for kids of all ages. The ingredeints
for this dish are avialable in any local grocery stores like kroger.......

RICOTTA CHEESE



INGREDEINTS:

1 CONTAINER RICOTTA CHEESE
3/4 CONTAINER SUGAR
3/4 CONTAINER WHOLE MILK POWDER
1/2 TSPN ILACHI POWDER
3/4 CUP HALF AND HALF MILK (OPTIONAL)

FOR GRANISHING:

BADAM SLIT INTO SMALL PEICES
PISTA SLIT INTO SMALL PEICES
FEW SAFFORN STRIPS

PREPARATION METHOD:

First take a microwave container and pour the cheese,sugar,and milk powder and mix it well.when it is mixed nicely add ilachi powder to the cheese mixture and mix well.Place the bowl in the microwave and cook for 10 minutes or until it is cooked well. later remove from the microwave and set it cool.

when it is cool cut into small pieces and decorate the pieces with saffor spilts,badam grated or cut pieces and pista on top.serve it as it is or u can pour some half and half milk on the burfi (optional) and serve too.

This sweet dish is nutritious too.

7 comments:

Puspha said...

That looks nice

Mika said...

Hi- nice blog and some neat recipes. I have made kova burfi with ricotta. It is so easy and tastes very close to the originl version. I recommend it very much as a easy, last minute sweet.

Tanuja said...

Hi puspha thank u for visiting my blog:)

Hi mika thank u, yaa its very easy .

Kay said...

Tanuja, This looks like a very easy sweet dish which would taste awesome.. Thanks for writing about it.

Can you tell me what is the amount of whole milk powder :sugar : ricatta cheese... I couldnt find how big container you are using for each of these..

Tanuja said...

Thanks for visiting my blog Kay:)

2 Sizes of RICOTTA CHEESE containers are available in kroger what ever size Ricotta cheese u get u should measure whole milk powder and sugar with the same cheese container. If u have any doubts please let me know.

Kay said...

Great! I'll have to try this recipe soon... Thanks Tanuja!

Anonymous said...

Nice recepie. Can i use whole milk instead of the milk powder.

radhika