Kaju Katli/Kaju Katli Recipe


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Right from childhood Diwali has been my favourite hindu festival I love the feel of this festival the lights the sweets everything in it. And being a foodie how will I miss the mouthwatering delicacies prepared .I too make it a point to prepare something sweet and some savoury items to celebrate diwali ..After all we are Indians right and i love being Indian for this reason that there's no country in the world which clebrates every festival with the same spirit ..Be it Christmas  Eid,Diwali Holi we celebrate eveything with lots of joy .
I would love to wish my friends ,readers and everyone a very Blessed and Happy Diwali . May this festive season illuminate your life with love joy and peace .I am sharing one of my favourite seet with you all ..I know I say this in every sweet i post hehehe But I love sweets and I just can't resist.
Making Kaju Katli at home is very simple you just need to remember few things and you will never fail .I have tried 3 -4 different methods but found this one the most easiest and quick than the other.

 Ingredients:
1 cup cashew
1/2 cup sugar
1/4 cup water
1 tbsp milk
1 tsp ghee
few strands of saffron/kesar.

 Method:
  • Grind the cashews to a fine powder .The powder should be fine..Don't over blend the cashews or it will start releasing oil.
  • Sieve the powdered cashew and keep aside.
  • In a non stick pan/ kadhai take sugar and water and place it over the gas on a medium flame.
  • Stir so that the sugar dissolves . mix the milk and the saffron .
  • You will see bubbles appearing and soon you will get one thread consistency.
  • Let it boil further more for few sec then add the cashew powder and ghee and continue stirring .
  • Continue stirring till it leaves the sides of the pan ,it will take few minutes seconds so keep an eye.
  • You will see dough is formed switch the flame off and continue to stir .
  • Remove the mixture over a greased thali or on a butter paper.
  • Take a big butter paper and keep the dough inside it cover it with the other half of butter paper and roll it thinly with a rolling pin.
  • Using a sharp knife cut into diamonds shape and enjoy homemade kaju katli
note
bring the cashews to room temperature  before grinding it.
the grinder should be clean and dry.
The flame  will remain low /medium low .
You can also add a pinch of cardmomjpowder while the sugar is been dissloved.
You can also add the cashew powder right after you get the one tnreadf consistency but then you will have tyo knead the dough once you take it out .
I havve tried doing so but prefer this method to wait for 2-3 seconds after you get the one thread consistency adding cashew powder fastens the cooking process and you  dont have to knead ity to a dough .
You just got to put it over the parchment/butter paper and roll it thinly.
If you wish you could knead the dough and if the dough hardens add few drops of milk or ghee and knead but i didint have to knead.

Happy Diwali everyone

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22 comments:

  1. Tasty kaju Katli Perfect for Diwali. You made it very well.

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  2. O my Gosh gloria, mashallah wow.. very nicely made kutlis :) i haven't tried it in my life.. perfect meetha for the lovely festival.. bookmarked :)

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  3. one thing more your work on presentation is awesome

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  4. we love kaju burfi,not beats it,perfect

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  5. Richy rich kaju katli .Happy diwali dear

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  6. photos look so festive. Kaju katli looks perfect. Happy Diwali. Thank you for linking the recipe to the diwali event.

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  7. this is my daughter's favorite , i have to make this fresh for her, looks easy

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  8. A Blessed and Happy Diwali to you Gloria! I have always been inspired by the Festival of Lights celebrations. I know that food is an important embellishment and sweets of course the icing on the cake:) Your Cashew delights look lovely. I'm saving this recipe for someday:)

    Thank you so much for sharing, Gloria...

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  9. yummy yummy katlis..love it a lot,Gloria..Wishing u a happy Diwali :)

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  10. Hope u had a mashing Deepawali with the array of sweets and dishes.. Wish I could fly over just to taste this awesome delicacy..fotos looks stunning as well. Keep rocking dear

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  11. Never made, neither am I aware of this sweet. But definitely, its inviting with those flavors which I simply adore.

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  12. I am seeing kaju katlis everywhere!!! Looks so yum!

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  13. This sweet has been on my 'to cook' list for long. Seeing your post I am tempted to try it especially with so many cashews i have received as Diwali gift!!

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  14. looks so yumm..my fav sweet...nice pics

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  15. Hi I tried but don't know what went wrong it became chewy..feelin sad

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  16. How much would 1/2 cup cashew and 1/2 cup sugar weigh

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  17. Sorry I mean 1 cup cashew....

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