One day I noticed a 200 gram packet of Badam Milk powder lying in my kitchen. It didnt have much use as I had already bought a different milk mix and was liking it too much to switch to something else. I wondered how to finish the Badam mix quickly as these powders typically lose their flavor with time. I found the Badam Burfi to be a good way out.
- 400 grams Khoya
- Less than 200 grams Badam Milk powder (if its MTR it will contain sugar)
- 1/2 cup milk
- Few teaspoons ghee
- Few teaspoons rawa
- Mix the Badam milk powder with khoya and saute well.
- Add milk and ghee to this mixture and cook on low flame, stirring continuously.
- Roast rawa and add to the mixture. Stir till mixture thickens.
- Pour mixture out on greased tray.
- Cool and cut into desired shape.
Please NOTE :
I have tried out the above recipe with MTR Badam Milk powder. However, if you use a badam milk powder of a different brand then you will need to check if it already has sugar or not and add some accordingly.