Kalakand Barfi Recipe (Indian Dessert)

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Kalakand Barfi Recipe (Indian Dessert)

 

Indian Dessert (Kalakand Barfi)

Time to Prepare: 8-10minutes

Serving: 8/10 People

Ingredients:

  • 3 cups Nido Carnation Milk
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1 tablespoon soft butter
  • 1/2 tsp elatich (cardamom) powder
  • 250ml Table Cream/Light Cream/Coffee Cream.
  • Rose Water (This can be bought in your ethnic food stores)

Directions:

  • Mix all ingredients in a big glass bowl and then microwave for 5 minutes.
  • Remove and mix with a spatula a few times and then microwave for 2 more minutes.
  •  When you remove the dish you should notice that the mixture is thicker and it’s not sticking to the sides of the dish as much.
  • Remove and place on flat surface and shape it into a thin rectangle.
  • I usually take Rose Water and put some in my hand and slap it on the barfi and shape it quickly since it’s hot.
  • I add silver Edible foil and then let it sit for 10/12 minutes before cutting.

This dessert can be stored at room temperature for about 3 days and after that you should place it in the fridge.

About Sunita Bagai

I was born in Malawi Africa, grew up there and moved to the United States for my continuing education. I got my BA and Masters from Golden Gate University, in SF. I got married and moved to Virginia. I've been married 14 years and I have two beautiful daughters who make my life complete. I love to cook and now that both my girls are in school full time, and with my husband's enthusiastic support, I'm following my passion and am offering cooking classes to share my cooking ideas with the world.

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