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Singhare ki Burfi | Navratri Vrat Recipes

Singhare ki Burfi | Navratri Vrat Recipes

Singhare Ki Burfi Navratri Vrat Recipe Navratri is around the corner, time to gear up for fun, dance and food.  But if you are fasting during navratri then one tension is to what to cook for that one important meal of day with all the restrictions on vrat eating.  Now a days restaurants features navratri food/thali during and it looks good too but we can’t eat every day in restaurant, can we?  So won’t worry like last year I am going to post some easy and interesting navratri recipes, here starting it with a sweet note.  Singhare or Chestnut flour burfi is one of the easy burfi to prepare and it taste so good.  Lot of people add khoya in this burfi but we don’t do that.   These burfi are light to eat, mildly sweet (you can make it sweet as you like, no worries on that), not only for navratri but it’s good for any day of year.   So enjoy these burfi and the festive.

water chestnut flour burfi halwa singhara burfee recipe

Ingredients

Singhara Atta/Water Chestnut Flour - 1 Cup
Ghee - 3 tbsp [more if required]
Sugar - 1/2 Cup [ I used less than 1/2 Cup]
Water - 1 1/2 Cups
Cardamom Powder - 1/2 tsp
Raisins - 1 tsp
Sliced Almonds - 3 tsp

Singhare Atta Burfi Recipe for Vrat Upvas

Method:

1. In a pan heat ghee, add singhare ka atta and sauté in medium flame until it becomes light brown and aroma starts to fill.  Be careful not to burn flour so keep stirring.
Singhare burfi
2. Add sugar and water and mix well, try not to form any lumps.
singhara burfi receipe vrat upwas
3. Keep stirring after 2-3 minutes until ghee starts to leave sides of pan.
4. Add cardamom powder, raisins, almonds and mix well, keep stirring for 1-2 minutes until it becomes nice glossy.
singhara burfee recipe
5. Grease a plate with a drop of ghee and transfer barfi mixture in plate.  Level the top with back of spatula and allow to set, let it cool for 10 minutes.
6. Cut in square of diamond shape, garnish with almonds slivers. Singhare burfi navratri upvas recipes

Enjoy simple yet delicious burfi.

Vrat Recipes Navratri Recipe Singhare Halwa Burfi
Variations ~

~ You can add khoya for that add that after flour gets roasted well and you might need to adjust sugar too.

Have a nice day ~~

23 comments:

  1. superb looking burfi...I wish u could send me some now..feeling like eating that

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  2. That looks soo fudgy and yumm..The texture looks great. Where do we get the water chestnut flour here?

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  3. good one..I think I have tasted the savoury version of this atta..

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  4. Looks so delicious and lovely.. Feel to grab one :)
    Indian Cuisine

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  5. lovely clicks.. would like to taste it :)

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  6. Wow....never tasted that flour...seen some recipes in magazines...but never tried them out...burfi looks extremely yum...nice styling too....

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  7. wow very tempting dear,want to taste it immediately...too gud recipe.

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  8. Very new and interesting one. Nicely clicked too

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  9. Absolutely divine. Awesome clicks dear.

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  10. This flour is new to me.. The burfi looks so tempting and delicious..

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  11. preparing burfi with waterchest nut flour is new to me..very tempting burfri dear:)

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  12. Very innovative and super tempting dessert. Can I taste few from yours?

    Today's recipe:
    http://sanolisrecipies.blogspot.com/2012/10/roasted-chicken-drumsticks-tandoori.html

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  13. @Ramya, during Navratri time you can find this and other fasting related flours in mustafa. I got mine from Little India don't know the shop name though.

    @Sanoli ...all yours :)

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  14. Very healthy and yummy looking burfi
    Great-secret-of-life.blogspot.com

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  15. healthy and delicious..loved the texture and pic makes me feel like taking a bite right now.

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  16. wow, this sounds amazing, the way u have arranged and clicked looks so professional as well :)

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  17. Such an irresistible squares,prefect and lovely texture.

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  18. Texture looks awesome... i haven't come across chestnut flour before... will look for it.

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