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Kaju And Pista Rolls

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Kaju And Pista Rolls Recipe, Elaichi Meetha , How To Make Kaju And Pista Rolls Recipe

This is a easy Indian sweet preparation which is made with cashew nuts and pistachios.

Kaju katli recipe is actually a royal Indian dessert  which takes a delight place in the majority of Indian celebration. It is among the most desired desserts and frequently gifted to relatives and friends throughout celebrations like diwali, holi and so on.

India has a range of actually yummy, finger licking and scrumptious desserts. Indian sweets are usually called Mithai in Hindi. The fundamentals of the sweets vary from one pl... Read More..

About Recipe

Elakkai methai, Elakkai inippu, Elaichi Misti

How to make KAJU AND PISTA ROLLS

(51 ratings)
8 reviews so far
Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
20 mins
Total time
30 mins
KAJU AND PISTA ROLLS
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Pistachio nut
Servings : 4 persons
Published date : January 22, 2019


Ingredients used in KAJU AND PISTA ROLLS
• Pista - 80 grams.
• Sugar - 140 grams.
• Kaju - 80 grams.
• Cardamom powder - 1/4 tea spoon.
• Water - 1 cup.
Method:
  • In a blender, add pista and make it into a fine powder. Keep it aside.
  • In a hot pan add half of sugar and some water, make it into a one string syrup.
  • In this, add pista powder, cardamom powder, mix it well and switch off the flame, transfer this into a plate and let it cool down.
  • In the same blende, add cashew nuts and make it into a powder. Keep it aside.
  • Again hot another pan, add remaining sugar and some water, make it into a one string syrup.
  • In this, add cashew nut powder, cardamom powder, mix it well and switch off the flame, transfer this into a plate and let it cool down.
  • First Roll the pista sheet and kaju sheet.
  • Place the kaju sheet on top of pista sheet. And roll it slowly and cut them into pieces.





Cooking with images Veldoda madhur, Cardamom , Yelakkari sihi





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Kaju katli recipe is actually a royal Indian dessert  which takes a delight place in the majority of Indian celebration. It is among the most desired desserts and frequently gifted to relatives and friends throughout celebrations like diwali, holi and so on.

India has a range of actually yummy, finger licking and scrumptious desserts. Indian sweets are usually called Mithai in Hindi. The fundamentals of the sweets vary from one place to another. As India is full of its customs, tradition and cultures, there's a plenty of festivities lined up.

Kaju katli or kaju barfi, is definitely an Indian delicacy much like a barfi. Kaju indicates cashew nut in Hindi. Barfi is usually although not always, produced by thickening milk with sugar along with other elements. For health diet aware people, kaju katli may also be made by crystalized sugar. Kesar kaju katli is actually a kaju barfi recipe which includes saffron. The kesar form of this dessert is regarded as exotic and vibrant.

This indian dessert recipe is regarded as the affordable when it comes to calories and difficulty of planning when compared with other indian desserts. this barfi can be simply well prepared in 15 minutes with not much hassle and efforts. furthermore, this scrumptious dessert doesn't need ghee in contrast to other conventional indian dessert.

The dish is ready with cashew nuts drenched in water for the significant time period (generally overnight), that are then ground into a paste. Sugar solution is boiled down to a single thread syrup and it is included to the cashew paste. Ghee, saffron and dried fruits can also be included. The paste will then be spread and flattened in the shallow, flat-bottomed bowl or plate and cut into bite-sized diamond-shaped portions. The pieces are generally ornamented with edible silver foil (vark) that is easily accesable in market. The completed dessert is generally yellow or white colored based on the components employed for the paste and also the ratios of every used ingredients. Katli is customarily enjoyed throughout Diwali.

Most Indian are sweet tooth and undoubtedly, enjoy preparing and eating a number of vibrant and flavorful desserts. Indian desserts mostly are prepared into two types, the first is the milk dependent desserts such as Ras malai, Rabri, Kheer, Kalakandh and so on and yet another is definitely the flour based desserts consisting of numerous ladoos, Malpua, Mohanthal, Halwa, Gulab Jamun, Mysore pak, Kakinada khaja, Putarekulu, Sweet Shells – Gavalu, kaju katli and many others.

It is stated that there's no country includes a bigger selection of unique, delicious desserts compared to India. Each and every state features its own conventional trademark sweet dish which is prepared throughout celebrations or religious traditions. A marriage, get-together or simply a party finishes having a tasty and mouthwatering sweet. Indian sweets are a fundamental part of not just Indian delicacies but Indian tradition too.

Delicacy forms a fundamental part of meals that is offered as being the final course truly one of the most desired. Desserts are mainly prepared to a celebration, special occasions and events; not simply they increase elegance to celebrations but additionally imbibe sweetness of oneness in India. The majority of the sweet dishes can be found all year around regardless of any special occasion, season and so on. Many Indian sweets need a degree of experience which may be a discouraging factor to making them in the home.



 

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Great recipe, thanks a lot!?

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Kalpana Trivedi Posted on Sun Jun 08 2014

your style to cooking is very good. and u r also very sweet. i love sanjay's recipes very much and now u r also my fav.god bless u?

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Neha Kaul Mehra Posted on Tue Apr 28 2015

Dear chef , the music is too loud , am not able to hear the chef's voice.

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Subhramaniom Sarasuwathy Posted on Fri Jan 23 2015

Dear Chef, I've tried this recipe , the turn out was fabulous. Greatly appreciate all of your assistance in the correct ingredients & the detailed video. Just one question, the pista roll is cracking & isn't combining into a smooth dough as much like

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