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Rose Coconut Barfi is elegant and simplistic against the riot of colours as the Navratri festival begins. These glorious fudge, coconut flavoured with delicate fragrance rose are just divine! Rich and creamy squares are perfect to indulge during any fasting and festive season, also a great choice for prasad .

During this magical festive season, various type of Prasad ( offering ) offered everyday to nine goddesses as it is believed that all the fasts and festivals are incomplete without offering prasad or Bhog. So to celebrate on this auspicious Navratri,  I am sharing a recipe of Rose Coconut Barfi . I am sure you're going to love this recipe,  simplicity is the ultimate sophistication!

Try it out my these other eight delectable prasad recipes in your kitchen and make this festival more divine and grand !

Kesar Badam Pista Barfi
Dodha Barfi
Kesar Pista Nariyal Ladoo
Mawa Kesar Topra Pak
Kesar Mawa Peda
Kaju Kesar Mawa Ladoo
3 minutes coconut cashew delights
Pista Paneer Rolls

Or try  Must Try Vrat Ka Khana

You will need :-

  • 250 g desiccated coconut 
  • 100 g khoya or Mawa recipe here
  • 3 tsp. ghee or unsalted butter
  •  200 g sugar
  • 100 ml milk
  • 1 tsp. good quality rose extract 
  • Edible rose petals or buds 
Method :-
Grease plate or tray with little ghee, leave it aside.
Heat ghee in a non stick or heavy bottom kadai.
Add coconut and lightly roast without burning for 2-3 minutes.
Remove it from the kadai.
In same kadai add milk and sugar.
Bring it to boil and let the sugar dissolve.
Now add roasted coconut and khoya.
Combine everything and let the mixture cook.
Keep stirring continuously without burning or sticking to the bottom of the pan.
Once mixture gets thickened, turn off the heat and remove the pan or kadai from the stove. 
Add rose extract and mix well.
Pour the barfi mixture into greased tray and spread evenly.
Press gently with clear spatula and leave it to cool completely. 
Cut into desire shape and garnish it with the edible rose petals.
Enjoy !

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