Monday, August 1, 2011

Kaju-Katli-recipe
I have tried Kaju katli two three times before and dint get it right. This time I again wanted to try and yeah, I got it right! So wanted to keep this recipe here in my blog. I referred two blogger friend’s blog this time,here and here. It tasted exactly like we get from sweet shops and loved it! I found out the mistake I did previous times, the powdering part has always been a trouble to me.
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Before this I used to grind the cashews I keep in the fridge, so while grinding, it became sticky and dint get powdered properly. This time I dint do that mistake. Also the perfect smooth effect to the sweet will be attained only when we knead the katli dough/mixture. So will keep this as my main points,the next time I make this sweet again.
Cashew-burfi

Kaju katli recipe

Recipe Cuisine: Indian  |  Recipe Category: Sweet
Prep Time: 10 mins    |  Cook time: 20 mins    Makes: 14 pieces

Ingredients


Cashew nuts  1 cup(levelled) 
Sugar  1/2 cup(heaped) 
Water  1/4 cup 
Milk  1 tblsp 
Ghee  Just for greasing 

Method

  1. Powder the cashews in a dry mixer. You have to be careful here, just grind it in a stretch, don’t stop in between and grind. You will be sure able to see the powder in the transparent lid, so keep grinding until you get fine powder.This will not take much time. Also never grind the cashew which is cold,taken from the fridge,grind it when it is in room temperature. When I ground 1 cup of cashews, I got more than a cup of cashew powder, but I used 1 cup,heaped(like a mountain) cashew powder. There was some 2 tblsp left for me.
  2. cashew-powder
  3. Boil sugar with water and keep stirring. Keep little water in a small bowl and just pour few drops in the water to check the consistency. If you pour few drops, it should lay a fine thread that doesn’t gets dissolved in water immediately when you touch.
  4. sugar-syrup
  5. At this stage,low the flame add the powdered cashew and keep stirring.Say for 3-4 minutes in low flame and your mixture gets thick and starts boiling, switch off the flame. Smear ur hands with water and test by rolling a small pinch of the mixture in between ur fingers. You should be able to form a non sticky ball. This is the correct consistency.
  6. stir
  7. Keep stirring in the pan itself with the ladle and the mixture turns more like a dough.When the mixture is still warm,take it to another clean platform/countertop and keep kneading. Mine was a bit dry, so I sprinkled some milk and kept kneading.The dough was grainy till then, but after kneading the dough really became smooth. I used gloves for kneading,so if you want u can use little ghee while kneading.
  8. consistency
  9. Roll the dough into thin layer and cut it diagonally to make pieces.You can first draw lines lightly with the knife tip and then cut into diamonds to get perfect shapes.
  10. knead,cut

Notes:

  1. I used milk only as my mixture was dry while kneading. If its fine then no need to add milk while kneading.
  2. If you add milk while kneading,shelf life is less,so keep refrigerated.
  3. Use less water to make sugar syrup to get the consistency quickly. While making sugar syrup,keep the flame in medium if you are nearing the consistency.
  4. If you add cashew powder before the sugar syrup reaches the consistency, then the dough will be sticky. So the sugar syrup consistency is important.
  5. While powdering,if you grind for more time,the powder sticks and gives a coarse looking powder. But that’s ok,it will be smoothed when you are kneading. But note that coarse look on result of over grinding – is different from the real coarse powder. So don’t get confused.
  6. Till the end your mixture will not be that smooth,but when you knead the  mixture turns to a smooth dough. So don’t panic like me ;)

Your Kaju Katli is ready now to enjoy! Just melts in our mouth!! My kid call this ‘Diamond sweet'.

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166 comments:

  1. Awesome, u shd send the complete set prepared to me.. very well xplsined for a person who can never make sugar syrup properly..thanks dear its awesome..

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  2. I love kaju katli..one of my most fav sweets...looks perfect in texture n softness.just the silver warq is missing...!!!and that is wat made this look perfect home made style katli..:)
    I hv some kaju rolls in fridge,would b happy 2 eat seeing ur kaju katli..;)

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  3. These katlis looks so perfect..soft and melt in the mouth kinds...love them

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  4. Thts an awesome recipe. yummy to look and taste. once i had tried this sweet in my microwave oven and ended up making kaju balls instead of kaju katli. Did the same mistake as u .. used the refrigerated kaajus and the dough resulted rough and sticky. But now i am cleared. thanks for sharing with tips and pics. This sweet is ofcourse one in my diwali sweet list.

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  5. Even I was planning to make this for diwali. Will be referring to this well explained post only.

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  6. I tried this when I went to my bro in laws wedding last year and it was a super hit too. Wonderful explanations and stunning clicks.

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  7. Well explained,sure will make this for deepavali...luks perfect.

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  8. The katlis look cute and perfect diamonds!
    Lite Bite

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  9. Those katlis look super delicious. Great clicks too...

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  10. Katlis are looking perfect. my daughter loves it very much. thanks for the recipe

    www.colorsandspices.com

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  11. Hi Raji,

    Yummy yummy kaju kattly.In my child hood my mom use to prepare if regularly n can tel she's was an expert in doing this.Those days have gone now hehehe.Ur kattlly is absolutely mouthwatering.
    B/w can i have ur email id.

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  12. Awesome awesome awesome :)

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  13. katlis looks perfect n yummy yummy!!!tempting click!!!

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  14. Kaju katli looks so perfect n same like the store bought one...very well explained that nobody can went wrong...thank you so much for your effort n I bookmarked !!!
    Thanx for your lovely comment at my space :)

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  15. Awesome and superb katlis. I have not tried this yet.. I will try it as per ur explanation and let u know

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  16. Sudha, you can find my contact in the blogger profile or in the 'About' page..

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  17. Beautiful looking kaju katlis looks awesome and u have perfected to the core...mine was not so smooth as urs..will make sure to use the tips that u have given next time I try them...I feel like grabbing a few katlis from the pics :)

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  18. சூப்பர் கத்லி...

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  19. That looks soo wonderful:-) And great pictorial..cant wait to try it!!

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  20. well explained ....i have not yet tried this..now i ve decided to give it a try...
    awesome recipe...love it

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  21. I tried it once and it neva came out well...should give it a try soon...ur katlis looks yummicious :)

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  22. Well written post and i do exactly same way , but if I am making in large quantities I opt for microwave method which equally tastes good too... Love the first picture Raji.

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  23. Woww... I too make this recipe.. yours looks absolutely perfect and tempting.. Wonderful job dear :)
    Indian Cuisine

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  24. The kaju Katli looks delicious and perfect Raji!!! Loved the step by step tutorial. The post could'nt get any better :)

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  25. Wow!!!! looks very delicious and tempthing.

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  26. I do almost same way too ...but your tips sure going to help when I make this next time ...and will post the grater pic in fb :)

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  27. I adore kaju katli and that looks perfect Raks!

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  28. OMG,the katlis look so smooth.You have explained the method so well..I just might get tempted to make it!

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  29. You have got them exactly as we get in the shops!! Need to try this out!!

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  30. Katlis look amazingly delicious and inviting.I can almost feel the taste of the wonderful sweets.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  31. Awesome,perfectly made and well explained,thanks for sharing

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  32. Looks fab Raks..I also make the same way, Thanks for ur tips ..That will help if something goes wrong during the process..Ur's look soft, moist ..GReaaat

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  33. Yummy Katli's!!! have never got them right so far!!!! Very well explained raks!!!! will give it a try this diwali!!!

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  34. it looks so perfect...almost like the mithai shop bought ones. all its missing is the chandi ka varq. awesome recipe Raks.

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  35. yummy katli...Love the sweet always...

    My friend's mom used to make it perfect...I tried 2 - 3 times but did not get the shape...Sure try it...

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  36. awesome Raji. My girls really love Kaju Katli. But as you said in the beginning, I used make few mistakes all the time and never get a good one:) I am bookmarking this one. Will try it pretty soon..

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  37. It looks so soft and delicious. Honestly its my most favorite sweet and I used to eat 4 to 5 at a go if it is from Shree Mitai. Yours look so perfect that I wish I can eat them now. Got to try this asap and enjoy :)

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  38. delicious soft looking katli looks wonderful

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  39. Awesome recipe and clicks!! You are just amazing!! Im gonna try this today :)

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  40. Lovely looking Katlis....hmmmm looks like Diwali is too early at your place. I just can`t help drooling here. I recently got some from India so I am going to have some.

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  41. aah ipdi tempt panriye!!!fridge la ore oru sweet thaan iruku ;)i loved that mayil ya :))))

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  42. i had bookmarked one long back too, innum try pannale!

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  43. Awesome kaju katli, iam drooling here :)

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  44. omg! they look awesome...very nice recipe dear!

    http://anuzhealthykitchen.blogspot.com/2011/07/event-berries-strawberry-desserts.html

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  45. Ah! The first time I made this I made the same mistake of using refrigerated cashews as I store the cashews in the fridge. Amma was quick to point out my mistake and also the mistake of my adding elaichi essence. So now I can easily say I have mastered it. Clicks are cool and the notes section will be very helpful for first timers.

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  46. Delicious and soft kaju katlis with fantastic pictorials.

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  47. Perfeclty made kaju katlis...!!! They look so irresistible..And thx Raks for those tips...Trying it out soon :)
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  48. They look delicious! The tips are really useful. Will try during diwali. Thanks.

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  49. That is an awesome step-by-step explanation! bookmarking right away!!

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  50. its my all time fav dear..looks perfect and mouthwatering...

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  51. Perfect Raks!! Its so soft! Great Pics!!

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  52. I love kaju katlis but never knew that we can prepared this at home..too good and loved your clicks..do visit us sometime if time permits

    sukanya

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  53. delicious...raks....my all time favorite...missing those tasty kaju katlis from ananda bhavan & saravana bhavan:(

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  54. This looks so professional Raks. You dare to try so many delicious recipes :) Have bookmarked this :)

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  55. Nice clicks Raji! kadaiyil vaangaramaathiriye irukku! :)

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  56. Wow...kaju katli looks awesome and lovely.. bookmarked....

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  57. Wow! kaju katli looks so delicious. Lovely presentation....

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  58. உங்களோட kaju katli ரொம்ப அருமை. நான் 2 முறை முயற்சி செய்து இருக்கேன். முதல் முறை முந்திரி அரைக்கும் போது பேஸ்ட் மாதிரி வந்தது. இறுதியா முடிந்ததும் அல்வா மாதிரி முடிந்தது.

    ரெண்டாவது முறை முந்திரி லைட் டா வறுத்து பவுடர் பண்ணி செய்தேன். அந்த தடவை லைட் பிரவுன் கலர் ல வந்தது.

    நீங்க செய்து இருப்பது போல் செய்து பார்க்கிறேன்.

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  59. Awesome work as usual...simply irresistible.

    Trail back for my latest updates at http://www.kitchen- mantra.blogspot.com

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  60. This has come out so perfect Raji...simply yummy!

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  61. Beautiful clicks. My mom tried this last diwali,but could not get perfect shapes. Shall reco this page to her.

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  62. Hi,
    Very nice recipes with the beautiful photos.I saw many postings of yours I liked all postings. Well done Keep it up.

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  63. Will try this ,thnks for the recipe :)

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  64. I have to try this recipe of yours. The kaju katli looks too delicious! I have been trying to make it in so many different ways but it has never come out perfect. Love you blog. Great pictures and recipes!!

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  65. wonderful recipe - perfection!!!!- bookmarked thank you :) And btw, Raks, I tagged you for the 7 links questions - Hope you will join the fun
    cheers, priya
    http://priyasnowserving.blogspot.com/2011/08/7-question-tags.html

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  66. tried this... simply perfect.........

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  67. hi
    i made kaju katli today....i thought i made a mistake while putting the cashews...thank god it was right...thanks a lot for this recipe.....my husband will love this.

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  68. Oh man! Cashews?? I know this will be amazing!

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  69. oh I have come to the right place...I want to learn few sweets,you have shared a lot with step by step pics...Thanks.Will follow you...

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  70. thank you raji !!!
    this is gonna be my diwali sweet.
    am sure am gona try it soon. Ur notes made it sound so easy to make..
    my little boy would definitely love it
    and I have a big bag of cashew nuts in my fridge.
    i shall make it and update u for sure !!!

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  71. Wow!! perfect raji
    looks very nice and explained very well neatoooo

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  72. Hi,

    I am new to your blog and all your recipies with pictures are mouthwatering. I am a beginner in cooking, and I tried some of your recipies which turned out great.But when I made Kaju kathli,the final thing was not a dough but it was very dry mixture..what was wrong,pls help me to make perfect kaju kathli like yours...Thanks raks

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  73. Hi Viji,

    May be you stirred for bit more time or you did in higher heat.Another possibility is the sugar syrup consistency. But as I have mentioned in the post, dont worry if its dry. Next time immediately sprinkle some milk and knead well. It will work.

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  74. i tried kaju katli today ...As i am newly married i don't know cooking much...:-)... but this sweet came out well... our thala diwali with kaju katli...thank you so much

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  75. I made exactly as per your instructions and I have to admit that Kaju Katli was awesome..I used Varak on them and the final result was outstanding..thanks!!

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  76. I tried it but failed . I realised it when i ground cashews....it became a paste. I continued with the steps and made some changes. I added milk powder to the sticky paste and set it to harden. Believe me.....kids loved it! :)

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  77. Hi Raks
    I tried this Kaju Katli today, followed each line of your recipe and came out perfectly...tasted so yummy than the store bought...thank you thank you so much for your detailed recipe..i tried 3-4 times before everytime i went wrong with the sugar syrup or with the powder now your recipe helped me a lot n got perfect. My H and kids liked it a lot, only thing is i couldn't make perfect diamond cut like yours :( should learn cutting also if u would have showed that i will be 100% right :-)
    Thank you so much and appreciate your great effort!

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  78. i could nt need the dough as it was very hot... i allowed it to cool then it became crumbles.... i added some milk (about 4 spoons) and rolled them and named them as kaju rolls.... may be i failed with the consistency..will try again...

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  79. hi raks!!!... this is the second time i doing this recipe. first time it came as halwa... :P but after reading the step by step picture illustration of ur blog it has really come out very well... :) :) thnks a ton!!!... i didn't make it into diamond shapes rather made it as hearts <3 with ma cookie cutter... it luks n taste awesome... i am very happy that now i know how to make my fav sweet... :)

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  80. Hi ...


    Thanks for the recipe. I made it just now and it turned out very good.

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  81. Tried this recipe today for a friend it came out soooooooo goooooooood :) Loved it!! Thank you Raks!!

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  82. Is there a printer friendly version of your recipes?

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  83. Added print button, you can use it ...

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  84. I tried ur recipe. I must say u have some amazing recipes here. When I started making the dough it was too hot and dry, I tried adding milk but it never became soft. Don't know what went wrong.

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  85. Hi raji
    Mine came well till the end,but when i kneaded the dough it didn't become soft even after kneading with milk. Some how i got them in shape but with cracks :(

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  86. Hi
    My dough was dry with cracks even after kneading with milk.But finally it was in shape with cracks.Can you plz tell me why?

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  87. my mom in law tried kaju katli and it turned out very hard...Acually even normal curries become thick soon...Wat do you suggest?

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  88. my mom in law tried kaju katli and it turned out very hard...Acually even normal curries become thick soon...Wat do you suggest?

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  89. Cooking in high flame and a thin bottomed vessel could be the reason!

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  90. hi! my husbands favorite sweet is kaju katli. i made this today and he feel in love with it...thank you so much...:)

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  91. Thanx for this!!!!!

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  92. Tried this!!....great recipe.....Came out really well!!! Thanks a ton:-)

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  93. Your recipes are simply amazing...Kaju katlis turned out awesome...cannot wait to try all your other recipes...Thanks a lot for this great blog!

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  94. Your recipes are simply amazing...Kaju katlis turned out awesome...cannot wait to try all your other recipes...Thanks a lot for this great blog!

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  95. Hi tried this one and it turned out really well. Thank you so much. Waiting to try your other receipes too....

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  96. Thank you so much. Tried this today and it worked out so well. The way you've explained it helped a lot. Thanks again :)

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  97. you make a very difficult sweet work so easy ur so good raks loved the click.I am a super fan of your site.

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  98. you make a very difficult sweet work so easy ur so good raks loved the click.I am a super fan of your site.

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  99. I couldn't get this to work. Very dry and grainy at the end. I tried to kneed it like described, and added milk to make smooth, but it never held together like a dough.

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  100. yummy yummu yummy..... i cnt believe i cud actually make ma fav sweet myself, so easy and fast to make too.. only thing is that i have to use all my will power not to finish it all myself. have to leave atleast a piece for my hubby to prove i made it, thanku sooo much :) love u

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  101. It has become a ritual everyday to go through you blog, great job! when i read how simple it is to make my fav sweet, i had to try it at once and it came out nice. now the hard part is to leave some for my hubby, have to use all my will power :) i plan to tell him that i bought it. :) thanku sooo much :)

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  102. Hi,

    I tried this recipe out. It worked perfectly- delicious Kaju Katli which is being served to all guests for Dasara.Thank you so much. You do a great job with your blog, please keep it going, and I will be back for more.

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  103. You make look amazing through your camera. Loved the kaju katli pictures and recipe. Thanks for sharing such sweets with the rest of us.

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  104. Hi Raji,i'm planning to do tis for diwali..as i hav done tis b4 and ended up with kaju halwa,i keep getting more doubts!!can i soak the cashews in milk/water before grinding??how to avoid the katlis bcming hard/powdered,i mean wat if i over cook it??pls clear my doubts..

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  105. Hi planning to do katli for tis diwali,i hav few doubts,how it wud turn out if i use soaked cashew(drain n grind later)??wen i did tis last time,it turned out to halwa,so i jus wanna clear my doubts...

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  106. You can try that way too. It should work probably :)

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  107. I too tried this reciepe...but failed...the taste wise good but i could feel the sugar crunches inbetween and when i asked my mom...she says i might have added very little water to sugar to dissolve...is it true or wat is the cause...pls advice..

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  108. I too tried this reciepe...but failed...the taste wise good but i could feel the sugar crunches inbetween and when i asked my mom...she says i might have added very little water to sugar to dissolve...is it true or wat is the cause...pls advice..

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  109. Your mom might be right, also if the syrup passes the above mentioned stage, that could happen.Even if this happens next time, adding milk and knead again for sometime, it will go off.

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  110. hi raks! just tried this recipe ..was soooooooooo gud! check it out...http://amumsjournal.blogspot.com/2012/11/kaju-katli-cashewnut-diamond-sweet.html

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  111. Hi,
    your recipe was wonderful. I tried it once and got really GOOD Khatli's.
    This one is now my family's diwali's standard sweet. Thanks for the recipe and photos.
    Happy diwali to you and your family :)

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  112. Hi raks, awesome I tried them yesterday and it came out well...;-)

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  113. Hi Rak's.... I tried this yesterday fIrst time for Diwali and It came out well. Thanks u so much. Ur presentation is unbeatable ;-)

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  114. Hi raks, awesome I tried them yesterday and it came out well...;-)

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  115. Hi Rak's.... Thanks ur awesome katli's I tried this yesterday for the first time and it turned out really well. Ur presentations are unbeatable ;-)

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  116. Hi Raji,the katlis came out very well,i didnt add milk,it was soft and super....thanks u so much for the right measurements and tips...happy diwali :)

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  117. Hi Raji, the kajus were too good !! it came out very well !!

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  118. thankuuuuuuuuuu so mch
    helped me a lot esp riht measurements and pics
    HAPPY DIWALI

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  119. very easy and wonderful way of putting it across... :-) thanks a ton for the superb recipe... kaju kathli was a hit at home this diwali :-)
    Priya Badri

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  120. Hi Rak's i know to make only one sweet kesari but since my hubby likes kaaju kathli i wanted to give it a try. The recipe turned out real good. Thanks a lot for elaborate explanation

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  121. Dear Raji,
    I made Kaju Katli for this Diwali following your recipe. It came out very well.Thank you!!

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  122. Am new to this blog n i made Kaju katli n it turned out so well...this is d first sweet i hv ever made..:P
    Thx to Rak's..:)

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  123. Thanks a lot Raks....I am a beginner to cooking and when I followed all your steps, it turned out perfect ..the same shop taste and texture ...my hubby loved it !!!! Thanks a ton!!!! You made my day :)

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  124. Hi Raks...I just love your blog...recently i got a chance to look at ur blog which is just amazing.. the first thing i tried is kaju kathli for diwali which came out really well.. comparing my first try.
    From them i started checking ur blog even for daily cooking.. Its just amazing to know the secret tips for a nice cooking.

    Your blog for Beginners is a cake walk, and for the learners is motivation to cook more, and finally for the experts just helps them to groom themselves as a perfectionist...

    And really love the way your descriptions for each and every recipes...

    Thanks a lot for blogging

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  125. Dear Raks, A special post to thank you for making this Diwali special http://gattusjournal.wordpress.com/2012/12/10/a-post-to-say-thank-you/

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  126. Thank you very much for the lovely words and your prompt feedback :) I tried to leave a comment in your blog but asking for login :(

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  127. Planned to try this for long time finally tried yesterday. Perfect explanation and got perfect Kati's my kids enjoyed it a lot.

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  128. I used to soak and grind the kaju to make the kaaju but this came out more perfectly. my husband and son enjoyed it.

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  129. I tried with your clear instruction for kaju katli. Come out very well. Already I tried twice, I couldn't get the consistency. My wife & kids are enjoyed the taste.

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  130. Nice Kathlis. BTW Raji do we have to knead the dough when it is hot or leave it for sometime?

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    1. Sowmya, You can knead when it is warm.

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  131. Hey I tried out this recipe and it came out just perfect :) thanks a lot...
    Actually for the first time I just kept it on flame for a bit longer time but then I added back sum water and then carefully followed the same steps as before and it came out just amazing! I was jus too lucky to not have lost the taste or quality even then :):):)

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  132. Hi,

    I tried making cashew katlis for the first time and your recipe turned out so well that its a superhit in my family. The instructions are very clear and does not let us go wrong at all! thanks for sharing it :)

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  133. Nice. worked brilliantly.
    good job !!!

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  134. I never saw anyone explain as well as you do very good job. Love kaju katli will try your recipe soon. thanks.

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  135. I never saw anyone explain as well as you do very good job. Love kaju katli will try your recipe soon. thanks.

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  136. Hi.
    Juz one question if I want to make 3-5 cups of kaju katli do I keep following the same recipes and juz double the amount??

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  137. HI,

    This recipe is so simple and easy to make. Also it saves almost half the amount compared to store price. I tried with taking half the quantity you have mentioned, it was very soft and delicious.
    Thanks

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  138. hi akka....

    one doubt is tat sugar syrup consistency is same which v prepre for jamun or before tat itself v hv to add tat powder??????????

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    1. Its not same as jamun syrup this is thicker than that and you can powder before making syrup and keep

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  139. Hi Raks,

    I tried this and was super awesome...!!!!!!!!
    Thanks a lotttt..!!!!
    I am a working woman...please post some evening sabzi recipes...!!!

    Regards,
    Bhavini

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  140. Tried this out today. Came out very well:-) you are amazing in describing the consistency check point! Thanks a lot:-)

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  141. Tried this out today, raks ! Came out super cool:-) u r really amazing in explaining the consistency check. Thanks a lot for sharing your experience!

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  142. I tried this today and Wowwwwwwwwwww.......... It came out perfectly.... I put it in a sweet box and everyone believed that I had got it from the sweet shop :) :) :) So happy.....Thanks a ton Raks..... Fantastic........!!!!!!!!!!!! Happy Diwali............

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  143. I tried it yesterday, it came out super good! One question though... Is it ok to allow the mixture to cool down before kneading? And will it come out nice if I used warm water instead of milk if necessary... Pls let me know as I am planning to make large qty tomorrow. Thanks raji, well done.

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    1. Yes sure, you can wait until its warm enough to handle. warm milk is not necessary, milk at room temperature will do

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    2. Hi raji, thanks for your prompt response. I asked if I can use WATER instead of milk if I needed, to make the dough smooth. That way, the shelf life will be more, I thought. Let me know pls. Thanks dear.

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  144. can we use dry roasted cashews?

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  145. Hi Raks
    I tried Kajukatl ,Adhirasam, &Sweet Diamond all came out perfect
    very very thanks looking forward for more recipes..........

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  146. Hi Raks
    I tried Kajukati ,Adhirasam, &Sweet Diamond all came out perfect
    very very thanks looking forward for more recipes..........

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  147. Hai akka,

    I tried this today,it came out superb ......thanks a lot for such a good recipe.....especially your last notes were so helpful...

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  148. Tried this today for Deepavali and it came out great. Thanks for the well-explained recipe!

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  149. Wonderful. This was the first thing I made in my life it came wonderful

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  150. Tried it for Diwali and it came out really well. Thanks for the wonderful recipe and your tips and detailed instructions helped a lot.

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  151. Thanks! Wonder why I did not get this recipe before!? It is simple and easy. Just took me around 30 min from start to cutting the diamonds! I think this will be the first recipe where preparation time : consumption time ratio will be justified! :)

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  152. how many days can we keept it outside if we add milk while kneading?

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    1. 2-3 days or depending on climatic condition in your part of world.

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  153. Your doing great sis:-). Am learning to cook from you:-)

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  154. Thanks. My first attempt is a hit and your tips helped me a lot .

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  155. Hi just wondering if I want to make more thn one of kaju katali do I just double the ingredients?

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