Papaya 2 cups
Oats Powder 1 cup
Sugar 1 cup
If the papaya is sweet you can reduce, or increase depending on your taste.
Ghee 1 tablespoon or 3 teaspoons
Elachi powder ½ teaspoon
Rainis 1 teaspoon
Cashews 1 teaspoon
1. Grate papaya. Heat a pan add 1 teaspoon of ghee after it is heated. Add raisins and cashews and when are fried keep them aside.
2. In the same pan add the remaining ghee and add the grated papaya. Stir in between, cook in low flame. When the it starts to thicken add sugar and mix well.
3. When the sugar is fully mixed add the oats powder and mix well. Stir continously until it thickness. Add elachi powder and mix well. Switch off the stove.
4. Grease a plate with ghee and transfer the burfi to the plate. Garnish with ghee roasted raisins and cashews.
5. Grease a knife gently and cut them into pieces when the burfi is hot.
This is my friends six year old daughter Shriya's drawing of Lord Sri Sai baba. I really appreciate her effort.