Melon Seed Burfi
Kharbuja Beej ki Barfi
In summer months, melons grow in abundance in India. In traditional homes, seeds are never thrown away. They are allowed to dry in the sun and then washed to remove the fibre. seeds are dried again and women of the house will often sit all afternoon peeling them with a home made bamboo tweezer. My grandmother used to do it all the time and taught us all to do the same. Unfortunately, I have given this up now-Mamta.
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