Monday, December 05, 2016
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Kaju Katli

Ingredients

500 gms. cashews soaked 2 hours in water
300 gms sugar
1 tbsp. ghee
1/2 tsp. cardamom powder
silver foil (optional)

Method

  1. Drain and grind cashews to a fine paste.

  2. Use as little water as possible.

  3. In a heavy suacepan put sugar and paste.

  4. Cook on slow to medium heat.

  5. Cook stirring continuously till a soft lump is formed.

  6. Add ghee and cardamom powder and mix well.

  7. Spread on a clean greased worksurface.

  8. Roll lightly with a rolling pin, to 1/8 thickness.

  9. Apply silver foil. Cool, cut into diamond shaped katlis.

Making time: 30 minutes.
Makes: 35-40 katlis
Shelflife: 2 weeks

Source: bawarchi.com

 
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