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Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Chocolate Almond Fudge/ Chocolate Badam Burfi

Today I am posting Chocolate Almond Fudge or Chocolate Badam Burfi. This dessert is inspired from two dishes- one from Srivalli's Microwave Chocolate Burfi and the other the recent cake I made Reina de Saba- Chocolate Almond Cake. A little bit of this, a little bit of that, a combination dish is born. So it is chocolate and almond combination again and it is made in microwave, in a jiffy. But of course you have to wait for the fudge/burfi to set, so that you can slice it and enjoy. That is the hardest part. :)
Me and my daughter made this burfi  together. She was telling me, " Amma, I dont need your help, this is so easy, I can do it all by myself".Anyways I cannot leave a 5 yr old to handle this alone. When I left the burfi to set in the refrigerator, she did not have patience to wait, so took her out and when we came back it was set. Sliced them, took some pictures, as usual she helped me and after that  She finished most of the burfis by herself. She loved it. Anyways it is chocolate, it is a wonder only if she doesn't eat it. 


What are the ingredients needed?

Condensed milk, 1 tin (396 gms)
Cocoa Powder, 2 Tbs
Sugar, 2 tsp
Butter, 4 tsp (room temperature)
Pulverised Almonds, 5 Tbs
Toasted almonds(chopped), 3 Tbs
Almond Extract, 1/4 tsp


How it is made?
  1. Mix all the ingredients together such that they are mixed well without any lumps.
  2. Then microwave for 2 minutes.
  3. Take out, mix well and microwave again for 2 minutes.
  4. Again take out and mix well and microwave for another 2 minutes.
  5. Prepare an 8 * 8 square pan by applying butter.
  6. Then pour this mixture into the prepared pan and let it cool.
  7. Once cooled, leave it in refrigerator for another 30 minutes to 1 hour till it sets.
  8. Then slice and enjoy.



32 comments:

  1. Delicious chocolate almond burfi Divya.

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  2. Lovely idea...this shud have tasted great as chocolate almond is for sure a superb combo...

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  3. Superb idea! Surely it tastes great. Will try to make this. Bookmarked!

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  4. super tempting.. nice idea to mix the nuts and chocolate...
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  5. Excellent and irresistible fudge, its really wonderful to get help from those little hands na, no doubt you are having an another chef at home Divya..Kudos to her.

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  6. Thanks for sharing Divya! i have lot of pulverised almonds lying in the fridge, can make this. looks perfect and delicious.

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  7. once i tried it but failed in that attempt :( will try this method..

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  8. fudge looks so lovely and tempting... like always great pics Divya...

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  9. I would do anything to get a piece of that :D Yummmmmmm!

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  10. Chocolaty divine,great preparation Divya.

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  11. Perfect treat for kids as well as grown ups :)

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  12. delicious and yummy chocolate burfi...

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  13. Cooking it in the MW is so easy! Looks delicious..

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  14. Very delicious, very tempting too..

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  15. Delicious,quick and easy...nice recipe dear!

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  16. Burfi has come out perfect. Lovely clicks.

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  17. Wow looks so fudgy!..love the texture..

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  18. wow..this looks sooo good!! YUMMY indeed!!

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  19. Hi Divya, Thank God there is no event going on your blog.I can't take it when people just advertise about their blog event and does not even read what other has written in the post.

    Your chocolate almond fudge looks really wonderful and I am glad you have not used any flour in it. My 17 year old can't wait if I make anything with chocolate, yours is just 5 years.

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  20. looks real yum!..simple , quick and delicious!!..kids love to help their mom's..glad u have the patience.I was smiling while reading the post..u have a 5 year old daughter and I have a 5 year old grand daughter ..n today she helped me to make some cookies:))
    thanks Divya for linking it to Kid's Delight!

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  21. The barifs look awesome...and such an easy recipe to boot...thanks for sharing it :-)

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  22. Yummy fudge...Happy tro follow you:)

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  23. this is one I will definitely try...it looks so soft and delicious!!!

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  24. looks yummy Divya..nice presentation...

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  25. A must try for me after seeing this all in demand recipe. :)

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