Dussehra festival is celebrated all over india with different names and rituals to mark the defeat of the demon king ravana by lord rama. other names of dussehra festival are dashahara, dasara, vijayadashami or durgotsav.
Badam Katli or burfi is one of the easiest recipe to try and absolute gorgeous to wow friends and family, well until I tried it I never believe it so if you think it’s not a simple recipe then take my word for it. It a perfect festive recipe including for Diwali, make this for your family or to share with friends they will love it for sure.
Almond Flour – 1 Cup
Granular Sugar – 1/2 Cup [ I used 1 tbsp less of 1/2 cup)
Cardamom Powder – 1/2 tsp
Milk – 2 tbsp [as required]
Edible Sliver Foil/Warq – 1 sheet [optional]
Ghee – For greasing
1 Make almond flour as mention.
2. Heat a pan/wok and roast flour for a minute, stir continuous to avoid burning.
3. Add sugar and stir again for 2 minutes do this on medium flame, if you rest for 5 seconds too, flour colour will change to brown. Now add cardamom powder, 2 tbsp of milk and mix well.
4. Keep on stirring until it forms a mass, start leavening edges of wok and forms a smooth dough/lump. While stirring try to smooth the mixture with back of latter.
5. Grease a plate with ghee and pour this mixture, spread it evenly in thin layer, you can use rolling pin and roll it too, allow it to cool for 2-3 minutes. Now spread the sliver warq, press the warq with the butter paper so it’s stick to the katlis well.
Cut in desire shape with cookie cutter or in square/diamond shape and once completely cooled, store the pieces in air tight box if anything left to store ! You can keep this in fridge up to a week.
Badam katli is ready. Don’t worry about the sliver varq not properly applied on each piece.