Lip smacking Indian dessert, calorie dense that can be easily made at home. A very popular sweet made and offered during Indian festivities, Almonds are truly nutritious packed with good fats and good quality protein.
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For the sugar syrup add 2.5 tbsp sugar, water as required, stir continuously on a low flame. Boil the sugar syrup until it thickens.
Add the prepared almond powder, 1 tbsp Ghee, 2 tbsp Khoa and 1/8th tsp cardamom powder.
Mix continuously on low to medium flame.
Continue to mix continuously until the mixture starts to leave the pan.
Transfer the badam dough onto the butter paper and allow it to cool for 5 minutes.
Grease your hand with little ghee and knead for a minute.
Once you get a smooth dough, roll the dough with a rollingpin, add 2 tbsp chopped badam on the barfi and cut the dough into square shape or the shape you wish for.
You can also decorate with silver leaf/silver vark.