It’s name derived from the Persian word ‘barf’ meaning snow, the original form of burfi resembled cubes of ice, due to its white colour, shape and crumbly texture.
In recent times, the burfi has evolved from a ‘simple to an extraordinary’ sweet. The transition changed it’s appearance, taste and colour. The use of essence for smell; addition of dry and fresh fruits for taste and topped with a silver edible leaf ‘varq’ for decoration on celebratory occasions.
The assorted varieties available include…..