Badam Paak ( Almond Squares)

Badam Paak ( Almond Squares)

By September 9, 2014

  • Yield : 20 pieces

Instructions

In a small saucepan, heat milk and dissolve sugar
on low heat until melted. Add half teaspoon ground
cardamom, nutmeg and saffron. Keep warm.

Heat a nonstick wok on medium and add butter. Take
a spoonful of melted butter and grease a glass dish
oblong or round and keep aside.

Saute the semolina and the remaining ground
cardamom in the melted butter in the wok. Use a
wooden spoon and stir continuously until the mixture
turns golden and crisp.

Add the ground almonds and coconut flakes and stir
for 2 minutes. Add gum powder and poppy seeds.

Reduce heat to low and add the warm milk mixture.
Stir to blend the ingredients together until the milk is
absorbed. If the mixture is too dry, add more milk until
the spreading consistency is obtained.

Spread the almond mixture into the buttered dish
and pat with the back of a spoon to make an even
surface. Sprinkle poppy seeds, ground almonds
and pistachios. Let it cool completely, then cut into
squares. Good as a dessert and a tea-time snack!

I learnt this recipe from my mother-in-law.

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5 Responses to Badam Paak ( Almond Squares)

  1. Salma

    This list of ingredients is incomplete. All items should be added on this list on the onset with measurements to make this dish easier to make.

  2. Khatoon Gulamani

    Hi Salma,
    Thank you for pointing out the omissions. The webmaster has made the corrections.
    Khatoon

  3. nilofer

    salam alykum
    just wanted to ask is the measurement right for dible gum that’s one and half pound
    was salam
    nelofer

  4. nilofer

    salam alykum
    just wanted to know is the measurement right for gund that’s one and half
    pound for badam pak
    was salam
    nilofer

  5. Khatoon Gulamani.

    Hi Nilofer, malekul salaam.
    Thanks for your inquiry. The edible gum is not 1.1/2 lbs. but it is 1.1/2 tablespoons. Please check the recipe again. You are welcome for further comments. Happy New Year!
    Salaams, Khatoon.

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