(Last Updated on : 20/03/2014)
Kaju Barfi is one of the admired and expensive desserts
in India. It can be served as a fudge or candy. It is generally white or yellow in colour but if anyone wants to prepare it in green colour then pistachios can be used. Kaju Barfi is popularly used as a gift item during special occasions and festivals in India.
Kaju Barfi is rich in the goodness of cashew nuts as it is the main ingredient and has a mouth watering taste. This traditional sweet is also known as kaju katli and can be easily prepared at home. Following is the traditional recipe for preparing this delicacy at home.
Ingredients of Kaju Burfi
150 gm cashew nuts
400 gm sugar
500 gm khoya
Method of Preparing Kaju Burfi
Dry grind the cashew.
Mix Khoya (grated) and sugar.
Heat in a heavy pan, stirring continuously.
Once the sugar dissolves, add the cashew (powdered) and elaichi.
Constantly stir till soft lump is formed and does not stick to the sides.
Roll on a flat surface to desired thickness and apply silver foil.
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