Coconut Burfi (KitchenAid Multicooker)

Category: Confectionery
Coconut Burfi (KitchenAid Multicooker)


Butter 20 gr.
UHT milk 3.2% fat 200 ml
Coconut milk 200 ml
Powdered sugar 90 gr.
Dry coconut milk 9 Art. l.
Coconut flakes 9 Art. l.
Ground nuts (cashews, almonds) 1 tbsp. l.
Coconut flakes for dusting 1-2 tbsp. l.

Cooking method

  • Cooking / Steam cooking mode 100 ° C 30 minutes
  • Put butter in the bowl.
  • Coconut Burfi (KitchenAid Multicooker)
  • As soon as the oil melts, lower the mixer and turn on the first speed. Introducing premixed coconut and UHT milk (in the first photo 200 ml of coconut milk).
  • Coconut Burfi (KitchenAid Multicooker) Coconut Burfi (KitchenAid Multicooker)
  • As soon as the milk starts to boil, turn on the second speed of the mixer.
  • Switch to third speed and add the powdered sugar. If you want the milk to retain its milky hue, add the powdered sugar at the last stage, when the mass begins to thicken, and then we do not add the nuts.
  • Then we introduce powdered coconut milk and coconut flakes in 1 tbsp. l.
  • Coconut Burfi (KitchenAid Multicooker)
  • Then you can enter nuts, but this is not necessary.
  • Coconut Burfi (KitchenAid Multicooker)
  • We are waiting for the end of the regime. Turn off the multicooker, but leave the mixer at the third speed.
  • Coconut Burfi (KitchenAid Multicooker)
  • When the mass cools down and thickens, we transfer it to the form and send it to the refrigerator.
  • Coconut Burfi (KitchenAid Multicooker)
  • After cooling, roll up the balls and roll them in coconut flakes. It turns out coconut sweets.
  • Coconut Burfi (KitchenAid Multicooker)
  • Coconut Burfi (KitchenAid Multicooker)
  • Coconut Burfi (KitchenAid Multicooker)

The dish is designed for

about 18 candies

Time for preparing:

30 minutes

Cooking program:

Cooking / Steam cooking 100 ° C

lettohka ttt
I love everything coconut !!!! Thank you Mannochka for the recipe !!! Very beautiful presentation !!!!
I went somehow Mannusya to Kitchen Aid by Burfi, and I got lost in them! Occasionally he shoves them in different directions, takes whatever he gets, shoots at us with enty burfs, and hides again.
Right now, I've done the coconuts! Tasty-and-and-x!
I can only hum for now with envy. Patamushta of dry coconut milk we don't have.
Oh Mannochka again cooked goodies and my favorite frames !!!
Mannochka, you have beautiful burfies! Thank you!
Virgin, thanks for the kind words! These sweets are very tasty! Straight coconut-coconut. A bit of rafaelka remind in taste. Personally, I like nuts more, but my husband appreciated these more.
Quote: Mikhaska
Patamushta of dry coconut milk we don't have.
I have a similar problem and, accordingly, a question - can you replace powdered coconut milk with something? : girl-th: I understand it as a thickener used? And if instead of it the usual pour? I want such sweets
Gata, you can and the usual. True, the taste will be different. And I don't like ordinary milk powder. You can try to use only coconut flakes, but I won't tell you about the volume - you will have to look at the state of the mixture.
Thanks. Okay, let's experiment! I really want such sweets - I love coconut
Gata, I just now grasped the essence of the question. Coconut powder can be obtained by grinding coconut flakes. That is, use part of the milk in the form of shavings, and grind part of it into powder. I apologize for not immediately understanding what the question is.
Manna, thanks, I will do so once I can not buy. You don't even need to replace anything. If I can find time on the weekend, I will definitely do everything else, except for this powdered coconut milk, I have.
Then I'm waiting for the candy impressions

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