Kaju Katli

Wishing You all a Very Happy and Prosperous Diwali






Ingredients (Translation)
250 gms. cashews
125 gms powdered sugar
2 tbsp. ghee
1/4 tsp. cardamom powder

Soak the cashew in warm water for at least 2 hours. Grind it to get a smooth paste with very less water.

Heat a nonstick pan and add the paste, powdered sugar and cardamom powder. Keep stirring it on low flame to get a soft ball. Add the ghee and mix well.

Keep a tray ready greased with little bit of ghee. Transfer the contents from pan to the tray and pat well with a flat spoon to get a smooth surface with desired thickness.

Allow it to cool for a while and then cut into desired shape.

EC on a short break for diwali...see you soon

Since its difficult to select my favourite sweet, this along with all other sweet posts on the blog are my entries to Hima's What is your favourite sweet event.

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12 comments:

bee said...

they look just perfect. this is my favourite sweet.

Saju said...

I have always wanted to make these. Thanks for sharing, they look absolutely delish!

Puspha said...

That looks absolutely divine.

Vcuisine said...

They are perfect in shape and look. Wishing you a very happy Diwali. Viji

Rajitha said...

the katlis look like a pro made it..yum

Happy cook said...

They are just delicious looking Kaju..

Seema said...

I make Kaju katlis too and my hubby loves it. But I follow different recipe. I use milk for the above and no ghee and cardamom. Will try it your way next time.

Asha said...

Beautiful Kaju Katli, enjoy Diwali!:)

Sirisha Kilambi said...

Great looking katlis EC :-)
A very Happy Diwali to u and family dear :-)

AnuSriram said...

Looks wonderful and yummy.... Best wishes for a Happy and colourful diwali!

easycrafts said...

Thanks a lot Bee, Saju, Pushpa. Vcuisine, Rajitha, Happy Cook, Asha, Sirisha and Anu for your wishes and comments.

@ Seema.... do let me know what it was once you try in this method

Chandrika said...

Looks perfect..like the ones we get in the sweet shops...I love Kaju katlis..

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