Like, any other Bengali, I too was craving for something sweet. However, due to the ongoing pandemic crisis, we, as a family, had decided not to order or buy food from outside. So, I thought of making one at home. I didn’t want to make Bengali sweets. As lazy as I am, I opted for the easy recipe. I have shared the recipe below, have a look!
(The recipe is a joint venture by the mother daughter duo.)
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1. Gram flour – 2cups
2. Malai – 1cup
3. Sugar -1 cup
4. Water – ½ cup
5. Ghee – 2 tbsp
6. Cardamom powder – ½tsp
7. Almonds flakes – 2 tbsp
1. Knead the gram flour with malai to make dough
2. Cover the dough for 10mins
3. Pour 2 tbsp ghee in a cooking utensil
4. Put the dough in the utensil and mix uniformly with the ghee
5. Keep the flame at medium low
6. Fry till the smell comes and the colour of the gram flour changes
7. In another utensil pour sugar and water as per the amount mentioned.
8. Stir it till the sugar dissolves completely.
9. Put the ghee roasted gram flour into that sugar water
10. Stir continuously till it attains consistency of Barfi
11. Add ½ tsp of cardamom powder
12. Pour it on a greased tray and flatten it
13. Sprinkle almond flakes and press with a spoon