Suitable for vegetarians. Almonds. Almonds today are widely grown in California, South Africa and Australia. They are grown on trees and are enclosed in a felted skin which is removed revealing a single, flat, pointed oval seed, being the edible almond. The nuts are left with the brown skin on, or are blanched to provide a cleaner product. They may be eaten raw or cooked.
Preparation & Storage
- Almond Barfi (Fudge)Serves 10200g blanched East End Almonds800ml milk250g sugar1/4 tsp ground East End Green Cardamom1 tbsp East End vegetable margarinePuree 100ml milk and almonds in a blender. Heat the remaining milk, the sugar and cardamom over medium heat for 8-10 minutes, stirring constantly, until the sugar dissolves and the mixture is thick. Add the almond paste and the margarine, mix thoroughly, and cook for 15-20 minutes, until the mixture is thick and smooth. Remove from the heat and spread evenly in the baking pan. Cool, cut into squares and serve.Remember small children can choke on nuts.
Once opened store contents in an airtight container under cool, dry conditions.
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