Apart from Halwas and Ladoos, one of the most famous Indian sweets are Barfis. A favourite among the vast repertoire of Indian sweets is none other than barfi. Cut into neat cubes, triangles or diamonds
Serves: 15 People
Prep Time: 0
Sorghum powder - 500 gm
Jaggery - 250 gm
Cardamom powder - 1 tbs
Ghee - 100 gm
Boiled milk - 2 cup
Take a medium sized heavy bottomed pan and roast sorghum flour on a low flame until it turns a light golden color.
Keep it aside in a bowl and allow it to cool.
Take one glass of water in a pan. Add jaggery blocks to the pan and heat on medium flame.
Keep heating till jaggery melts in the water and keep stirring till syrup turns sticky.
Once it is sticky, add roasted sorghum flour, cardamom powder, milk and ghee in to the syrup.
Stir continuously for 6 to 7 minutes on a low flame.
Spread it in a greased plate and cut it in to small pieces.
Garnish with chopped cashew nuts or coconut powder.