Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Kaju Katli

My husband loves Kaju katli. I learnt this from one of the cookery show on Marathi channel. I thought it will be very difficult to make this at home. But when I saw the lady doing Kaju katli on that show, I immediately noted down the recipe and tried it. My hubby was very happy after tasting it. So the easy and tasty Kaju katli for Diwali…...

Kaju (Cashew) Powder - 2 cups
Milk Powder - 1/2 cup
Sugar - 1 cup
Pure ghee - 2 tablespoons
Powder sugar - 2 teaspoon
Saffron +warm Milk - 2 tablespoon
Silver Foil: for Garnish


Take a heavy bottom pan add sugar and 1/2 cup water. Make a syrup of it. Boil it till it reaches to one string stage (in marathi we say "Ek taari pak"). If you touch the sugar syrup between your fingers one string will come. Now add cashew and milk powder. Stir continuously so that no lumps will form. When it starts boiling add saffron milk. In between add little ghee and powder sugar. Grease the plate with ghee. When the cashew mixture leaves the sides of the pan, pour it on greased plate. Roll it evenly. Now Cut It Into Diamond Shapes And Decorate With Sliver Foil And Serve home made Kaju katli on this Diwali.

This recipe is for Diwali 2009 contest hosted by Priya
And Purva's Diwali Dhamaka
And Solkadhi's Festival Feast
And Shreesh's Sweet Series Event


shanthi said...


Jaya Wagle said...

Wow, that is an easy yet delicious recipe. I love kaju katli but don't buy it because can't stop eating it. Needless to say, am going to enjoy it here but not make it at home. Too tempting to make it and then not eat it!

Priya said...

Who will say no to these lipsmacking kaju katli..looks marvellous Preety..

chakhlere said...

Wow!! you kaju katli has come out perfect. Thanks for the easy recipe.

Pari said...

Soppi recipe. I should try this one.

Purva Desai said...

Wishing U and Ur Family Happy Diwali
they look really tempting......thank you for the lovely entry for the event

my kitchen said...

Looks perfect like stored bought one

sadia said...

which milk powder should i use??i mean nido brand or non fat??

Khaugiri said...

Hey Saida, Thanks for dropping! U can use any brand's milk powder. I use amul milk powder.

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