Tuesday, 6 November 2018

Pistachio Barfi



Diwali is the celebration of lights, it's a Hindu celebration that spans over four day. The festival is to mark the return of Lord Rama from 14 years in exile and his victory of good over evil. Hindus all over the world celebrate by eating lots of wonderful sweets and savories, visiting family and friends and conducting prayers to the Lord Rama and Goddess Laxmi.

To celebrate Diwali this year I made Pistachio barfi (milk fudge) Barfi is my families all time favorite sweet and there is never an occasion when we do not make it. There are many flavours you can make but pistachio is an all time winner so below I am sharing the recipe for Pistachio Barfi.




Yield: 24 pieces

Pistachio Barfi

Delicious milk fudge make with ground pistachios.
prep time: 10 minscook time: 30 minstotal time: 40 mins

ingredients:

360 g Milk Powder
70 g Ghee (clarified butter)
150 ml skimmed Milk (can use any type)
90 g Coarsely chopped pistachio 
30 g Pistachio slices for garnish

For Sugar Syrup
150 g Sugar
100 ml Water
Few drops green food colouring
1/2 teaspoon pistachio essence

instructions

1. Add the milk and ghee to a glass jug and microwave for 30 seconds to melt the mixture.
2. In a large bowl add the milk powder and add the ghee/ milk mixture and rub it into the milk powder to form a bread crumb type of mixture.
3. In a pan add the water and sugar and bring to boil, simmer the mixture until you get a  one thread consistency sugar syrup. Add the green food colouring and pistachio essence. Turn off heat.
4. Add the milk powder mixture to  a large wok and on a very low heat stir the milk powder for 5 minutes to get rid of the rawness. Keep it stirring on a very low heat as not to burn it.
5. Next add the sugar syrup to the milk powder  and mix until its all incorporated. If the mixture feels dry add 2 tablespoonful of warm milk. (This may not be necessary )
6. Once the mixture comes together. turn off the heat and add in the ground pistachios and mix.
7. Line a square baking try with cling film and pour the mixture in to it. Smooth it out using the back of a spoon and garnish with the pistachio slivers. Press them into the barfi.
8. Leave the barfi to set for 4-5 hours after which cut into squares.

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30 comments:

  1. These look so delicious! I've never had anything like this before, so I'm intrigued.

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  2. This fudge looks divine and does not look too difficult to make. Thanks for sharing your tradition !

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  3. I have never tried making anything like this at home before :) I am so excited to give it a try. It looks so delicious!

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  4. Well come Back Nayna from an amazing holiday. Barfis are my favourite Indian sweet and these Pistachio barfis looks amazing. I will save the recipe to make these for Christmas.

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  5. This looks so amazing. I love pistachio ice cream so I may also love this delicacy. Enjoy the festival.

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  6. Looks so good, didn't know what dardi is thank you for telling me. I love milk fudge anytime of day.

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  7. Mellissa Williams7 November 2018 at 13:31

    These look so delicious! I'm a big fan of fudge so I certainly need to give these a try

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  8. I have never tried this before. I do like pistachios, so this sounds delicious to me. What a great addition to the holiday trays.

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  9. I have never tried this. I love pistachios, so this sounds delicious. What a great addition to the holiday sweets trays.

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  10. I'm a pistachio lover and I'm starting to experiment with Indian food... so... I think I'm going to make this pretty soon. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe! I always like to try new dishes and this one would be a great one to share with family and friends! I hope you had a good Diwali.

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  12. These look amazing. Not tried making anything like this, so I'm tempted to try!

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  13. I've never even heard of barfi. It looks and sounds delicious

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  14. Oh wow this looks super colorful and flavoursome - would love to try these, looks fairly uncomplicated.

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  15. Happy Diwali for yesterday! I don't think I've ever had Pistachio Barfi but it looks familiar x

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  16. I love barfi.. My mummy made them very well. I am no more a sweet teeth so I cannot try it.

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  17. This looks amazing! And the recipe looks so easy to do! I'll have to give this a go :)

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  18. this looks so interesting! i've never had anything like this.

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  19. What an interesting treat. I haven't tried it before, but with it's main ingredient being pistachio, I can see myself really like this.

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  20. I had never heard of Pistachio Barfi but would enjoy to try it out.

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  21. Those pistachio barfi's look amazing. I haven't had pistachio fudge before. This will be a great time to give it a try.

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  22. I've never heard of this before, but it looks really good, especially after you described it as fudge like.

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  23. This fudge looks so good! I'm accustomed to regular chocolate fudge, so it's such a breath of fresh air to see one made with pistachios

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  24. This looks so colourful and delicious - perfect for celebrating Divali.

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  25. These pistachio barfi look like the perfect holiday treat. These will be great to serve at holiday parties.

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  26. Omg, I need to make this. It looks delicious.

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  27. This looks so unbelievable tasty!! I love pistachios in every form and texture, I'll try to make them.

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  28. I love Burfi but I didn't know how to make it also I am living in a place where I can't find Burfi so this post is really helpful for me :)

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  29. Jacqueline Debono9 November 2018 at 15:46

    I have never tried barfi but it looks wonderful. I love pistachios so I can imagine how good this tastes. Would love to try it!

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  30. Yum! I love fudge and pistachios, so this sounds like the perfect treat. Can’t wait to try this recipe. Thanks for sharing!

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