Saturday, February 6, 2010

Microwave Cooking--- Yummy Double Layered Chocolate Burfi!!

When I saw THE REPOST EVENT hosted by Jaya Wagle, I went back to my older posts and saw that my few initial posts, looks orphaned and unattended to. And This Yummy Chocolate Burfi certainly needs better attention. :)
Today I have some Friends coming over for dinner, and these friends really wanted to taste chocolate burfi made by me. So I made this burfi again today and took better pictures.  
I think my older one got neglected coz of poor quality pictures as when I initially started blogging, I used to just take pictures from my camera phone ( This was my older post on this Burfi). As my found myself getting more interested in blogging, I started taking proper and better pictures from my Camera.
So here I am reposting...The Microwave Chocolate Burfi... (Printable View of Recipe)
When you serve this Awesome Chocolate Burfi to your guests, they will think you have worked very hard and spent hours making it but actually the overall cooking time is 10 minutes!! But hey, no one needs to know the truth!
Serve this super easy and yummy chocolate burfi and get all the appreciation :)
5 cups (40 oz)-Instant Dry Milk (Milk Powder)
1 pint / 473 ml- Heavy Whipping Cream
1.25 cup - Powdered Sugar
2 tbsp- Baking/Cooking Semi-sweet Chocolate
1 tsp- Cocoa Powder (unsweetened)
1. In a microwave safe bowl add: Instant Dry Milk, Powdered Sugar and Heavy Whipping Cream.
2. Mix very well.
3. Put the bowl in the microwave for a minute. After a minute, take it out and mix it well.
4. Repeat step 3 for about 6-8 minutes. Make sure you take it out after every minute and mix it well.
5. Mine cooked for 6 minutes. Some microwave takes upto 8 minutes.
6. Every microwave is different, look for the mixture fluffing and folding in. Keep and eye on it and make sure it does not spill over. Stop cooking once the mixture folds in.
7. Mix again and pour 3/4th of the mixture onto a greased (or lines with wax paper) baking pan or thali.
8. Spred and level out the mixture.
9. To the balance of the mixture in the bowl, add in the Cocoa Powder and Chocolate Chips while it’s still hot.
10. Mix till all the powder is mixed in and the Chips have melted.
11. Pour the balance of the mixture to form a top layer.
12. Allow the Burfi to set and solidify. ( for 2-4 hrs)
13. Cut into desired shape.
14. Store in the refrigerator and serve at room temperature.


Devi Meyyappan said...

Hi Vaishali... lovely burfi:):).. I'm makin it some time soon, as I get the ingredients:).. thank you for sharing the yummy recipe(that too microwave version - awesome:) ).. beautiful pics!!.. today's special pic - very nice :)

Critical Satirical said...

One thing....U are making me a very hungry man...

Padhu said...

This sounds delicious .I like the way you have presented.New to your blog. You have a lovely space.

Priya said...

Ur clicks tempting me a lot..such a beautiful double layered burfi..

Laavanya said...

That is one good looking burfi. Thanks for visiting my blog and making me aware of urs. Coming to the snow comment, I was telling my husband that we shd move to TX to avoid all this hassle...:)

ARUNA said...

Wow that's a tempting burfi, very nicely done!!!!

Sanjana said...

How did you know these were my favourite!? Can I come for dinner to sample these? (that's of there are any left!) They look so delicious!

Madhura Manoj said...

looks great

Anonymous said...

Hi this burfi i made but it came like very soft and its stick in hands .Taste is good nut its melting and its not hard like normal burfi.Why happened like that.

Vaishali Sharma said...

Hi there...

M not sure why it happened! Probably the mixture wasnt cooked till the right point. Coz Mine came out perfectly well..... Try cooking it for 1 extra minute or use just a little less condensed milk than shud help!

Anonymous said...

I don't like the brand of whipping cream sold in Mauritius...Instead of using Heavy Whipping Cream and cooking semi-sweet chocolate...Can I make 2 layered burfi in this way as mentioned below??

Ingredients for the vanilla layer:
3 cups whole & full-fat milk powder
1 cup sweetened condensed milk
1 ½ tsp vanilla extract

Ingredients for the cocoa layer:
3 cups whole & full-fat milk powder
1 cup sweetened condensed milk
1 ½ tsp unsweetened cocoa powder

1. For the vanilla layer combine the vanilla extract with the condensed milk. In a microwave-proof mix the condensed milk with the milk powder and microwave on high power for one minute at a time for four minutes. Remove from the microwave in between these one minute intervals and stir.

2. Grease a 6X8 metal tray or thali with little of clarified butter.

3. Press the vanilla layer into the metal tray with the back of a spoon, making sure it’s even all over. Set aside and allow to cool.

4. For the cocoa layer combine the milk powder, condensed milk and cocoa powder in a microwave-proof dish. Repeat the microwave process as in step one, but for three minutes this time. Stir at one minute intervals so it doesn’t burn.

5. Place the cocoa mixture on top of the vanilla layer and press in tightly and evenly. Set aside and allow to cool. When the burfi has set, cut it into pieces with a sharp knife.

Is this fictional recipe of mine correct? Is the proportion/quantity of each ingredient right?? Should I try this recipe as typed by me above? Please help me...Divali season is near...Please help me how to make burfi using two main ingredients that is, full-fat milk powder and full-fat condensed milk...

Vaishali Sharma said...

Hello there:
Yes, this looks fine. It should make nice burfi. Condensed milk can definitely be substituted for Heavy Cream and Sugar.

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