Wednesday, 1 July 2015

Mango Burfi-Mango Halwa-Mango Fudge

Mango Burfi is my first mango recipe in my blog. I made this dessert for the very first time using Mango puree and it came out very nicely. The halwa was warm, soft and gooey. It was very rich in texture. I loved its colour, it just looked so awesome and was mouth watering. No one can resist themselves from eating mangoes and the recipes made using mangoes right. Here comes the Mango Halwa / Mango Burfi / Mango Fudge recipe, I hope you enjoy its cooking and will cherish its taste and will be longing for more of it. 

 Mango Burfi-Mango Fudge

Don't miss this recipe during summers.


1. Alphonso Mango - 1 large (fully riped one)
2. Full cream Milk - 2 cups
3. Sugar - 1/2 cup (Mango I used was very sweet, you can adjust as per the mango's sweetness)
4. Ghee - 4 tbsps
5. Cashew nuts - 10 (broken to small pieces)
6. Raisins - 10
7. Melon Nuts - 2 tsps
8. Yellow Food Color - 1/4 tsp (Optional)


1. Extract the mango pulp and make a fine puree out of it. You can extract puree using your a blender also

2. Now heat a thick bottomed pan, heat ghee and fry all the nuts 

3. In the same pan pour milk, add sugar and keep stirring

4. Once the sugar melts add mango puree and keep stirring, you can add food color in this stage

5. Cook till all the moisture evaporates, it thickens and comes to a soft and gooey texture


6. Switch off the flame, transfer the halwa into a plate greased with few drops of ghee
7. Keep it outside till it cools down, now put it in the refrigerator for 2 to 3 hours

8. Finally when it becomes firm, cut into pieces and serve

Mango Halwa