Did you know the word ‘barfi’ is a derivative of a Hindustani word ‘Barf’ which means ice or snow. Barfi are about the same size and shape as an ice cube, but that does not mean that they are a summer exclusive treat. An Indian fudge, barfi is prepared the same way as ladoos, except they are cut in pieces and allowed to cool so that they obtain their characteristic shape. What we adore about barfi is that it can be made with a range of ingredients and still be as amazing. Here are our picks for winter.
Soft and chewy Indian fudge made with figs. Fit for all ocassions.
Why settle for gajar ka halwa when you can go for Halwai-style gajar ki barfi with the same amount of ingredients and effort?
Pink and perfect, these barfis made with winter special beetroot have all our heart.
Hara chana, also known as choliya, is another seasonal delight that is often used in savoury dishes. Now use them to make delectable barfis.
Guavas are criminally underrates. You can use them to make smoothies, chutney, pickles. Guess what they can be used to make lip-smacking barfis too.