Punjabi Chana Badam Barfi
Punjabi Chana Badam Barfi
Punjab's Ludhiana Chana Badam Barfi, made from the high quality badam and chana (gram), is the best Indian mithai sweet, best for gifting or consume after meal, during festivals & celebrations, brought to you by Postcard.
Punjabi Chana Badam Barfi
Punjabi Chana Badam Barfi
Punjabi Chana Badam Barfi
Punjab's Ludhiana Chana Badam Barfi, made from the high quality badam and chana (gram), is the best Indian mithai sweet, best for gifting or consume after meal, during festivals & celebrations, brought to you by Postcard.
Punjabi Chana Badam Barfi

Punjabi Chana Badam Barfi

Rs. 235 Regular price Rs. 275 Sale price 15% Off 180g
Only 856 in stock Remaining

The first words that come to the mind for Punjab are rich and wholesome. And most of its cuisine is the reflection of the same. One of my favourite sweets amongst Punjab's specialities is Chana Badam Barfi. Mildly sweet, studded with chopped roasted almonds and made in the famous desi ghee, these barfi bites are made with the protein rich chana flour (gram flour) that is wholesome and just so yumm!

No. of servings: 12 mini barfis/pack

Ingredients

Chickpea Flour, Desi Ghee, Almonds & Sugar

Shelf-Life

4 Months

Country of Origin

 
India

Shipping & Packaging


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Orders are dispatched within 24 hours of receipt of the order in he normal course.

The estimated delivery timeline is a) Metro cities: 3-5 working days & b) Non-metro cities: 6-8 business days.

Rest assured, all products are packed well and have long shelf life so you will have sufficient shelf life to enjoy your order when it is received.

For COD orders, the shipping timeline starts once the customer reconfirms their order on whatsapp/email/call.

In case we foresee a delay beyond the indicated delivery timeline, we will keep you informed on email. Please note that the orders are not dispatched on Saturday, Sunday, and on public holidays.

Note:

The standard timelines may increase for COD orders, which are individually confirmed with customers before the dispatch of each order (COD orders are not dispatched until confirmed from the customer side).

Also, please note that the standard timelines may increase due to festival rush/ local Covid restrictions / weather disruptions / local traffic disturbance and other such non-standard occurrences.

Shipping Charge

Each product is made at its place of origin so that the authentic local taste is maintained. And we use only the best available courier partners to deliver to your pincode so that the product reaches you fresh. Therefore, we have a nominal shipping charge of Rs.50 per order. This is applicable throughout the website.

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COD

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Please note that COD facility is charged at Rs.50. The COD charge does not change with the order value and it is a flat constant charge.

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As a standard process, COD orders are individually confirmed with customers before the dispatch of each order on whatsapp/email/call. (COD orders are not dispatched until confirmed from the customer side).

Disclaimer

We recommend that you do not solely rely on the information presented here and that you always read labels, warnings, and directions before using or consuming this product. Also please note that while we have tried to accurately display the colors and size of products, the actual colors you see will depend on your electronic screen's settings and may not be accurate.

In case of any concerns, please write to us at hello@thepostcard.in and we will do our best to address your concern. Please note that we will only be able to address concerns that can be factually or visually verified mutually by our team and the customer. We regret that we will not be able to materially address any concern that may pertain to a sensory nature of taste and smell as those are individual experiences but will certainly value and incorporate all such feedback for future improvement.

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Best sweet to try!!

it is good in taste, different from regular sweets and freshly delivered.

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Good product

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5 Stars - Very Good

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5 Stars - Very Good

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The Tale of Barfi

Barfi, Borfi, Barfee or Burfi is a dense milk-based sweet from India, a type of mithai. Barfi being the most famous form of sweet in India, the name is actually derived from a Persian word ‘barf’ which means snow. Few of the famous types of barfi include Besan Barfi (made with gram), Almond or Badam Barfi, Cashew or Kaju Barfi also known as Kaju ki Katli, Pista Barfi (Made with pistachios), Chocolate Barfi, Coconut or Nariyal ki Barfi, walnut barfi, and Falli or sing barfi (Made with peanuts). The base ingredient of any barfi includes powdered milk or khoa and sugar. The base ingredients are cooked with powdered roasted nuts or fruits like coconut or mango to enhance the flavour, in a vessel until the mixture is solid enough to set in the stencil.

Powdered cardamom or rose water or rose petal is used for the additional flavour. Barfis are usually covered with thin layer of silver leaf also called vark or varakh. Cut in diamond (Rhombus) or squares, barfis are identified by these shapes all across the world. Served in holiday seasons or festivals or wedding ceremonies, barfi is common form of Mithai in the world by the amount of its consumption. No important Indian occasion is complete without the presence of barfi.