Why eat adulterated sweets when you can make this 2-step kaju katli at home?
How eat adulterated sweets when you can make this 6-step kaiju kata at home
Marking this traditional Indian sweet at home is simple.so ditch the fake silver war and store-bought kaiju Katie, and try this recipe.
If you were to ask Indians with a sweet tooth what their favorite traditional sweet is, they’d say it’s kaiju kata. This popular sweet is made of cashews and is quite rich. And, it’s definitely the one sweet that’s most in demand during festivals like Diwali, Bhai Dooj, and wedding season.
Why do you ask? Simple because, apart from being melt-in-your-mouth delicious, it’s also quite expensive. It’s one of those sweets that any hallway makes a lot of, but most of us can only afford on special occasions. What adds to the expense of kaiju Kallis, apart from good quality cashews, is the silver leaf, of ca war on top of it.