Indian Sweet are known to take very long to make and generally have a lot of sugar, we change all of that by this super yum recipe of a Pista and Fresh Fruit barfi and making it SUGARFREE
Festivals call for feasting; but not at the cost of our health! So, when the festival comes calling, give it a sweet and healthy welcome with this traditional Indian sweet. Here’s the simplest way to prepare sumptuous pista barfi at home without any fuss. The Indian mithai recipe incorporates everything good and eliminates the effect of sugar! Try this sugar-free mithai (we have replaced sugar with honey) during the next festivity or anytime you feel!
This barfi has an attractive colour and nutty flavour that enhance its appeal. This recipe, which is very easy to put together, helps you make the perfect barfi that is smooth, creamy, flavorful, and can just melt-in-your-mouth.
Also, it might be one of the simplest treats you’ll make in any festive season and is downright irresistible!
Nutritional Facts of Pista
Pistas have high levels of unsaturated fatty acids & potassium which in turn have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory traits.
They can lower chances for cardiovascular disease.
Pistachios are rich in fibre, minerals, and unsaturated fat that can help keep your blood sugar, blood pressure, & cholesterol in check.
Their fibre & protein can make you feel fuller for longer. This fiber can also have a positive effect on your gut by aiding "good" bacteria, thus helping you keep your digestive system in pace.
Indian Sweet are known to take very long to make and generally have a lot of sugar, we change all of that by this super yum recipe of a Pista and Fresh Fruit barfi and making it SUGARFREE, it takes only 15 minutes to make also. now satisfy your sweet tooth, freely.
In a frying pan (preferably non stick) add the ghee and the milk powder and start combining it on a low flame, make sure the milk powder does not get any colour, after 2-3 minutes the texture will get sandy.
At this point add in the honey and the milk and keep stirring on a low heat till you get a stick dough kind of consistency.
Add in the chopped pista and bring it all together into a dough.
Spread a layer of cling wrap on a table and roll the barfi dough into a log shape and keep it in the fridge to chill. You can also set it in a tray and cut into pieces
Once the dough is a bit hard in the fridge, cut into roundels and place a slice of kiwi on top of every barfi
Stack and serve!!
Pista Burfi is a popular sweet recipe that can be prepared on any festival (Diwali or Navratri), occasions and even on usual fasting days. No need to go all the way to the market, when you can prepare this yummy and easy barfi (without sugar) at home. Garnish this home-made sweet with silver varkor any seasonal fruit, if available, for the perfect presentation. This sweet dish has a nutty flavour, along with a beautiful pastel green colour, making it a tempting affair for those who have a sweet tooth.