Kuvar Pak Recipe

Kuvar Pak Recipe is an authentic Gujarati recipe. The burfi is essentially made of milk and the main ingredient here is Aloe vera. Do give this mithai a try in your kitchen.

Reena Vyas
Kuvar Pak Recipe
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Kuvar Pak Recipe is an Aloe Vera sweet recipe that is famous in Manavadar of Gujarat. Kuvar pak includes a much researched and beneficial main ingredient - Aloe vera. The sweet is made from aloe vera extract/ aloe vera milk. Try this mild sweet which also has a delectable aloe vera tinge of flavour to it, as a festive sweet or as a dessert after a Gujarati lunch. You will love the taste for sure!

Here are a few more sweet recipes to try

  1. Karjikai (Karnataka Style Deep Fried Sweet Pastry Recipe)
  2. Shrikhand Vadi Recipe (Yogurt Barfi)
  3. Moong Dal Halwa Burfi Recipe
  4. Milk Powder Chena Burfi Recipe

Note:

  • You can add some cardamom powder in brown mixture, after adding sugar syrup.
  • You can also complement it with almond and Raisins while garnishing

Course: Dessert
Diet: Vegetarian
Prep in

5 M

Cooks in

60 M

Total in

65 M

Makes:

3 Servings

Ingredients

  • 500 ml Milk , full fat
  • 1/2 cup Aloe vera extract , (white jelly within aloe vera leaves)
  • 1/2 cup Fresh cream
  • 1 tablespoon Ghee
  • 2 tablespoons Sugar
  • 2 tablespoons Pistachios , blanched and sliced

How to make Kuvar Pak Recipe

  1. To prepare Kuvar Pak Recipe take 500 ml of full fat milk in a thick bottomed pan & start to heat the milk on a low to medium flame, till the milk starts to froth or form a layer of cream/malai on top.

  2. Once a layer of cream is started to form, add aloe-vera extract in milk and stir with spatula.

  3. Keep on simmering the milk, stir it until milk gets reduced to 1/3rd or 1/4th of its original quantity. Milk reduced to white thick cream consistency.

  4. Meanwhile, dissolve sugar in a little water and heat in a saucepan till you get sugar syrup of one string-consistency. Also grease a plate with ghee or butter and keep ready to pour the aloe vera sweet when done.

  5. When the milk is reduced to almost 1/4th its initial quantity, add fresh cream and stir it, after some time, the milk starts to get brownish colour. That's the right time to add sugar syrup. Mix well until combined.

  6. Switch off flame and spread this aloe vera mixture evenly on the greased plate.

  7. After five minutes or when still the kuvar pak is hot, pour melted butter or ghee on top, such that it forms a top most layer.

  8. When it cools down completely, refrigerate the plate with the aloe vera sweet for an hour, such that the butter/ghee on the top solidifies.

  9. Run a knife around the edges and cut the sweet to desired shapes, before demoulding them. you can garnish with the sliced pistachios and serve during evening or after lunch.

Last Modified On Tuesday, 21 August 2018 15:08
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