Mihidana burfi is a traditional sweet dish from the Indian state of West Bengal. It is made from mihidana, a type of fine gram flour, and sugar. The mixture is cooked on low heat until it thickens and then poured into a greased plate to set. Once set, it is cut into small diamond-shaped pieces and garnished with sliced almonds or pistachios.
Mihidana burfi is a popular dessert during festive occasions such as Diwali, Durga Puja, and other celebrations. It has a unique texture that is slightly grainy and melts in the mouth. The dish is believed to have originated in the town of Burdwan in West Bengal, and is now enjoyed across the region and beyond.