Kaju Katli | Cashew Burfi

Happy Deepawali to all my readers !!!
Kaju Katli | Cashew Burfi is an indian sweet prepared from cashews, sugar and water. It is a very simple recipe which is my most favorite and very delicious sweet. I make this sweet especially during festivals like Diwali or any special occasions.
Cooking Time 1½ hour
Serves 4-5 Persons

Ingredients:

Cashews
1 Cup
Sugar
3/4 Cup
Water
1/2 Cup

Process:

  • Grind the cashews into fine powder using a cofee grinder or a mixi.
  • Take a wide pan and boil the water & sugar for 5-10 min on medium flame until you see bubbles.
  • Now add the cashews powder and stir continuously until you get the mixture thicker.
  • Test a small mixture to see whether you can do a roll.
  • Switch off the stove and let it cool for 3-5 min.
  • Remove the mixture on a countertop and knead the dough with your hands to make it soft & smooth.
  • Divide the dough into 2 parts.
  • Now take the first part and roll the dough to form like a tube and cut them into 2" length rolls.
  • Do the same process for the remaining dough.
  • Store them in air tight container at room temperature for a week.
Sending this recipe to Let's Party-Fest Celebration Event hosted by Preeti's Kitchen, to Diwali Bash event hosted by Vardini, to Celebrate Navratri/Diwali hosted by Nayna.  

19 comments:

  1. Yummy recipe....nice presentation toooo

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  2. Happy Diwali,Kalyani..perfect way to celebrate,perfectly made..

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  3. Those cashew rolls look so very tempting. Love them.

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  4. Awesome recipe thanks for linking with my event... it's fantastic

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  5. Wow these are yum. Love them. Thanks for your lovely comment at my place.

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  6. so delicious! I'm drooling ! :) loved this recipe

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  7. You have made them so perfectly, very tempting..

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  8. you made it so easy. I am going to bookmark this one.

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  9. These look lovely, nice presentation.

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  10. Seriously yummy looking katli!!

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  11. Hi Kalyani,

    I tried the recipe as it is and it tasted delicious. However I couldnt handle the hot mix to knead into a dough. So I let it cool down a bit to try again. Then noticed that it became very hard. I thought thats even better. So I let it cool completely. Then broke it into smaller pieces and made a fine powder out of it. To this powder, I added small amount of hot water and then made a dough out of it. Then followed the rest of the process as suggested by you.

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    1. Thanks for trying and liking the recipe naveena ... ur idea is good to make it a powder and then add hot water ...

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