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'Barfi comes from the Hindustani and Persian word meaning snow', says food writer Dina Macki. It’s an Indian type of fudge consumed across the subcontinent and East Africa, and is usually flavoured with cardamom or rose water, and topped with nuts. They are the perfect sweet bite! See method
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