In India, there is a type of flour called “Sathu maavu” in Tamil, which is made from a combination of grains, nuts, and dhals. This flour is high in protein and is often used to make “Kanji” (porridge). To make sweet porridge, milk and sugar are added, while for a sour version, buttermilk and salt are added.
As it can be time-consuming to make this flour at home, many people buy it ready-made from the market. Many food processing companies sell this flour as “Health Mix Powder” under their own brand name.
I made this burfi using “Manna Sathu Maavu”. Also try the mango burfi recipe.
- Difficulty: Medium
It is mango season, so we can get fresh fruits to make this Burfi. If it is off-season, we can use ready-made mango pulp available in stores. This Burfi is made with mango, Besan flour and cashew nuts.