Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Kaju Katli / Cashew Burfi / Step by Step / Diwali Sweets

Jayanthy Kumaran | 18:14 | | |

 
Kaju Katli  / Cashew Fudge:

Kaju Katli is one of the special sweets made on the joyous occasion of Diwali. It is an attractive dessert of Indian Origin, also one of the most expensive Indian Sweet dish.

Making it at home is super easy & quick. The main ingredients are cashew nuts, sugar and ghee. This exotic dessert makes a delicious treat for any special occasion too, and has a long shelf life..! 
Here goes the traditional & easy to prepare recipe of Kaju Katli.

Happy    Diwali..!

Ingredients:
  • Cashew nuts                             - 250 g
  • Powder sugar                            - 200 g
  • Cardamom pwd                         -  1 tsp
  • Milk                                          - ¼ cup
  • Clarified butter / ghee                - 4 to 5 tbsp
Method:
  1. Soak the cashew nuts in milk for about an hour.
  1. Drain the milk completely.
  1. Grind the soaked cashew in a grinder to fine mixture.
  1. Take a heavy bottome wok / kadai.
  2. Heat 4 tbsp of ghee.
  3. Add the above cashew nut mix.
  1. Stir it on medium flame for about 6 to 8 mins till it makes a solid texture.
  1. Now add powder sugar and cardamom.
  1. Give a quick stir.

  1. The sugar dissolves and forms a liquid consistency and thickens on stirring.
  2. Keep stirring until the fudge, starts rolling from the sides of the wok.
  1. Mix well making a thick form.

 
  1. Turn off flame.
  2. Take the cashew dough out on a flat surface and allow to cool for few minutes.   
  3. Flatten the dough using a rolling pin into a thin sheet. Usage of butter paper will be helpful, as it is sticky.
  4. Cut into diamonds. Garnish with few saffron strands.
  1. Homemade Kaju Katli ready to enjoy..:)

Click  Here  for  more  lipsmacking  Diwali  Sweets...!
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·       Moongdal Halwa

·       Gulab Jamoon

·       Jangiri Sweet

·       Rasgulla / Bengali Sweet


·       Adirasam Sweet

·       Rava Kesari

81 comments:

  1. Wow!,Cashew Katli luks divinely Good and mouth watering.Wanna grab that bowl now.Luv the recipe Dear.

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  2. step by step presentation is very helpful...the final pdt is also xcellent...bookmarkd..

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  3. Delicious kaju katli...Perfectly made Jay!!my first fav among sweets,yummy !!!

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  4. looks so tempting,well explained with pics..my fav..like to grab the plate,bookmarked.

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  5. Katlis are so inviting to look at. Just can't resist drooling over them.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  6. Oh Jay, love these traditional recipes that you 've been posting. Its been a while since i ate kaju katli. will definitely make this and sooner than later. will let you know how it goes.

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  7. they look so perfectly made.. nice job.

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  8. Katlis r so yummy and perfectly made !!
    Ongoing Event - Festive Food

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  9. wow I never heard of cashew fudge but now I would like to have some... Thanks for the recipe.

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  10. what a gorgeous recipe! I love the step by step descriptions. If not for them, I may never be game to make Indian sweets like this. Thank you, Jay

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  11. Jay these katlis looks perfectly shaped and delicious:)

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  12. I loved your step by step description

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  13. Delicious recipe jay,often u make a hope for me to make such simple n easy sweets n snaks[bcos i never make sweets before.]

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  14. I appreciate for your wonderful step by step preparation. Kaju burfi looks perfect, yummy, tasty and mouth watering.

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  15. Looks very soft and nice way to make.

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  16. so soft and delicious sweet. healthy too.what a great qualities kaju katti have. mmm....my mouth is melting

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  17. awesome! the kaju katli looks so tender and fudgy and melt in your mouth! yumm!

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  18. Nice step by step instructions. Has been long waiting in my to-do list. Thanks for delicious Kaju Katli.

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  19. Oh now that looks so delicious! Thanks for the great pictures. I am so gonna make some!

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  20. So nicely explained...kaju Kathli looks really yum

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  21. Kaju Kathli looks so professional..
    U told us that this is an easy recipe ,can be made at home..Thanxs..

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  22. Jay Thanks for that stepwise instrutions.

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  23. This is what you call a fudge, I can replace the chocolate version easily with this one

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  24. I guess u must send me these sweets for diwali... its better than me making it in this bz schedule ryt???? ;)

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  25. Thank you for taking time to show the dish step bystep.That makes it easier to remake;))

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  26. This cashew fudge looks great, Jay!

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  27. I like the presentation of the fudge, mild in color with that one strand of red color on top.

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  28. Jay, thks for introducing me to this dish! Lovely :)

    Luxury Haven

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  29. Thanks for your valuable thoughts n inspiring feedback..:)
    have a wonderful day..

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  30. So tempting and inviting burfi,quite addictive..

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  31. This one is my hubby's favorite and I never made it at home like the way you did; thanks for sharing this so very beautiful recipe.
    The katlis look insanely good...perfect!!!!! :)

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  32. woww excellent burfi..well explained!!

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  33. nice burfi, perfect one to make for this diwali season

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  34. Homemade Kaju katli rocks. gr8 job done. Love it.

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  35. This looks so professional! well done!

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  36. Kaju Katli is one of my all time favourite sweets... I can never stop at one.

    I always thought it is a comlicated procedure to make it. Thanks to ur step by step pics, I can try it out.

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  37. Lovely step by step clicks Jay. So beautiful looking ones.

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  38. Awesome katlis and perfectly cut..
    Love Ash.

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  39. Wow...so thin and perfectly cut out ones..this will melt into mouth !

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  40. wow, thanks for the step by step pics. I always wanted to try these at home, this is a good guide :)

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  41. Wow Jay, looks so perfect and tempting. Will try soon. Thanks for sharing.

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  42. Oh WOW! you actually made this at home!!! Super yummy!

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  43. wow...so smooth and yummy kaju katlis..loved your version..bookmarked to try !!!

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  44. Oh My God. i'm simply drooling here. Wonderful presentation.

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  45. Perfectly explained,tempting sweet..yum

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  46. Mmmmm they look lovely. I would eat them right now if I could

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  47. just gorgeous dear, they look so perfect and absolutely yummy..

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  48. OMG this kaju katlis looks divine, yummyyyy!!

    http://vegetarianmedley.blogspot.com/

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  49. Something new to me...Thanks for sharing!

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  50. Thank you all for your precious time. your feedback encourages me a lot...

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  51. I love cashews and I can't imagine a more delicious way to use them!

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  52. the kathli's look so perfect, better than store bought ones!

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  53. Used to eat a whole bunch of it when we were kids. Looks absolutely delicious.

    Vardhini
    Event: Halloween Fiesta

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  54. Thanks for this great post,dear Jay!xxx

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  55. Great recipe .. I never took so prepared cashew .. looks delicious .. hugs Marimi

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  56. OMG!!! my favorite. Drooling here..

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  57. Never had it. Looks good. Must make.

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  58. different style of preparing kaju katli :) they look very soft and perfect in shape . would love to try this method

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  59. Beautiful pictorial, simple and easy to understand explantation of the steps and superb outcome - Katlis are da Bomb, Jay - two thumbs up - happy Deepavali to you dear :)

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  60. This looks great! I'm loving all of the pictures.

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  61. Hi Jay,can you send some over to me....drooling...

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  62. Anything with lots of cashews is a go in my book! :-)

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  63. I have to bookmark this for Diwali. Absolutely gorgeous.

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  64. Book marked dear!!Thanks 4 the recipe :)

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  65. They have come out so perfect..yum:)

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  66. This look delicious.....fudge and cashew....I am having some cravings right now.

    Thank you so much for dropping by Daily Organized Chaos and your sweet comment. I am your follower now as well.

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  67. hi jay...
    this is something sweet yes? the shape remind me of something my late grandma used to make..sort of cakes for celebrating raya..n thanx for dropping by at my blog ..

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  68. wow jay u have done it perfectly,luks really tempting...

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  69. kaju katli looks awesome perfect Jay.

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  70. Cashew fudge? I know I couldn't resist this delicious treat!!! Thanks, Jay~

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  71. looks perfect and looks so delicious ......

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  72. this looks delicious, Jay! Happy Diwali!

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  73. Hi Jay - thanks so much for subscribing to my blog. I was so happy to see your blog and i am now a subscriber as well. I love Indian food and learning different methods. These treats look familiar - one of the girls I work with is from India and she brought in some Indian sweets before and I remember some with Cashews. They were wonderful. I will have to try these. I love all of the spice in your cooking! Happy Diwali!

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  74. Kaju katli has turned out so nice, done to perfection.

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  75. Yum! I love cashew, I bet those taste great! Thanks Jay for your wonderful recipe :D

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  76. I've always wondered how to make burfi - now I know! I will have to try - it looks delicious :o)

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  77. yummmmm! thanks for sharing the recipe!

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