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Til Burfi (Sesame Seed Treats) Indian Recipe by Manjula

Posted on 23 May 2011 by admin     

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  1. Manjulaskitchen Says:

    @jakalii This can stay out for atleast one week or more.

  2. angenlois Says:

    another blockbuster:)

  3. jakalii Says:

    it’s all milk so u should keep it in the fridge or what?

  4. greniocracy Says:

    Hello Manjula,
    how fat in percent (%) your heavy cream is?
    Is milk powder necessary in this recipe? It is the coagulation matter?
    Can I use some other milk powder substitute?

  5. arabbint Says:

    they look very nice carn`t wait ti try this recipe 🙂

  6. oKeegan Says:

    yum yum

  7. wontonga Says:

    Wonderful Manjula!
    Once again you have taught us well!!!
    Bless you!

  8. rybpo7 Says:

    Hello Auntie. Thanks for showing how to do this! You remind me of my Mom, even though she was of German descent. She passed away five years ago. I miss her so much, but when I watch your videos it’s like I get a little bit of her back. Love you!

  9. culinarymajik Says:

    Lovely treat recipe, Manjula. Thank you so much!

  10. SGmom2 Says:

    @esprima No, everything is NOT healthy but this sure looks good.

  11. simpsonstewie Says:

    @adamatova the sesame seeds are the healthy part. compared to things like snickers and m&m’s this is much healthier

  12. cheskydivision Says:

    Oh this looks so good… sesame candies are my favorite so I know i will love this.

  13. greniocracy Says:

    Til Burfi is lovely. Thank you very much. A quite amazing thing is that I was thinking of making something with seasame seeds :-), and now I have a reason to buy a bulk one 😀 Manjula, thanks! Your work, and guidance is very precious to us!

  14. BrickRoux Says:

    This looks delicious! Thank you for another wonderful recipe!

  15. jaakizamazin Says:

    Is this similar to Arabic halva sesame seed candy?

  16. tikipundit Says:

    I agree with @lemueltay; the lighting, video and audio are all competent. That helps us focus on the recipe and cooking.

  17. lemueltay Says:

    Congratulations to you for a wonderful recipe and presentation style, as always. Your husband should also be complimented for the great lighting, clear camera-work, higher resolution and wide-screen presentation. Here’s to a new landmark in your culinary presentations!

  18. overthera1nbow Says:

    Thank you for a nice and simple recipe, I really like burfis. Once I tried an Indian sweet and fell in love with them, because they taste divine. I attempted to make a semolina burfi with pistachios and saffron and it came out good=) I wish I could know if there’s an authentic recipe for semolina burfis.

  19. dreamer19990 Says:

    seems like quite a bit of sugar. is it possible to use a little less sugar without comprimising on the end result? =o

  20. Naedyn Says:

    this seems do-able at home, thanks for the recipe and video!

  21. ilikethewok Says:

    Looks so mouthwatering!! Thx so much for this recipe Manjula.

  22. SunshineKath Says:

    @adamtova: It’s a treat, meant to be eaten one of two small pieces. That’s why the pieces are so little. Nothing unhealthy in that. @ AnnieNM06: I AGREE!! Manjula is such a gem. Manjula: Thanks again for another wonderful culinary creation! You are wonderful. I love watching your videos, and am a big fan!

  23. Xiia0Sn00pY Says:

    lovely! i might try this!

  24. esprima Says:

    @adamatova everything is healthy if you eat it in moderation ;))

  25. adamatova Says:

    Heavy cream, milk, sugar – how is that healthy?


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