When it comes to festivities in India, sweets are a mainstay. Of all the Indian mithais there is one dessert that has carved a niche for itself—it is one of the popular mithai across the Indian subcontinent. Kaju Katli is considered an indulgence, even during festivities, due to cashew nuts being the primary ingredient, this rich dessert is very addictive. For additional dose of decadence, it is speckled with saffron and coated with silver foil or chandi vark.
Kaju Katli, like many other Indian dessert recipes, comes
across a complicated and laborious recipe to make at home. But we have a simple
kaju katli recipe that makes it all look like piece of cake. One of the
positive aspect of this kaju katli recipe is that you have full control on the
quality of ingredients and amount of sugar you add. You can also opt for sugar
alternatives to up the health quotient.
Now that you’ve gotten your kaju katli groove on with the basics, here are some handy hints and hacks to perfect the kaju katli recipe.
Kaju Katli Recipes For Vegans
Being a vegan and a sweet tooth Indian is a tricky situation. Desi mithais always use milk products, there is no running away from the fact. Here’s a simple kaju katli recipe that caters to your vegan preferences. Now you don’t hide from Indian mithais!
For those who are worried that the festive season will take a toll on their waist-line and overall health, do not fear! Living Foodz has simple substitutes and alternatives to keep your sweet tooth satiated without piling on the kilos.
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