Holidays were created for sweets and desserts! Here is a recipe for your favorite Indian burfi or mithai – Kaju Katli. This is a very easy recipe and you’ll never have to run to the sweet shop again ! Kajoo Katlee made easy…
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Should I soak the cashews overnight before powdering them?
No, the cashews do not need to be soaked. Using a coffee grinder works great to grind them.
hi:)i tried ds recipe it came out good but i faced a problem which was i could taste sugar granules in it i used castor sugar was dt a mistake?
hie hetal its a very easy recipe..just a query..instead of powdered sugar can i crush whole sugar n use?
No, not in this recipe. Powdered sugar has added corn starch so the texture may be a little different.
i have a packet of whole cashews.so can i powder it in the blender and use it or do i need to buy cashew powder and make this sweet?
Thank you for your immediate reply Hetal. I tried this sweet yesterday and it did come out pretty good. I kinda get this feeling that the sweet gets stuck to my mouth. Is there something that could have gone wrong?
Thanks a lot for your wonderful recipe and you guys rock 🙂
Lovely recipe, I am going to try this for Diwali thi syear. Where can I get that silve foil that you are adding at the end?
We got the silver foil from India. Maybe some of the larger Indian grocery stores will carry it.
Wow!! that looks really yumm….
Thnx for the recipe. 🙂