Kaju katli, badam katli are so easy to make. They are my favourite kind of barfi since it doesn't need any major sugar consistency checking. And it taste way more delicious that regular ones. These ones are soft and taste rich, love it.
Microwave Dates & Figs Burfi
Vanilla and Chocolate Burfi
Hope you will give this a try and let me know how it turns out for you.
Preparation Time : 10 mins
Cooking Time : 15 mins
Almonds / Badam - ¾ cup
Sugar - ½ cup
Water - 3 tblspn
Cardamom Powder - ½ tsp
Ghee - 1 tblspn
Saffron few strands (optional)
Spread little ghee on a stainless steel plate and set aside.
Take almonds in a bowl, add hot water over it and let it sit for 15 mins. Now you can easily peel off the skin of the almonds. Set aside.
Take the almonds in a blender and pulse few times so it is powdered into a coarse crumbs. Dont blend since it will turn into a paste.
Now take sugar and water in a nonstick pan and heat on low heat till sugar melts.
Now add the almond powder and mix well. So it thickens and leaves the sides.
Add little ghee and mix well.
At this point take it in the plate and roll it thin using a rolling pin.
Cool it down and cut into wedges.
|Grease a steel plate with ghee|
|take almonds in a bowl|
|add hot water and soak it for 15 mins|
|peel it with your fngers, the skin will come off pretty easy|
|take it in a blender|
|pulse it few times so it is nice and crumbly..dont blend too much, else it will get pasty|
|take sugar in a pan|
|heat gently so it melts|
|add in cardamom|
|add almond powder|
|cook till it thickens|
|now it is thick|
|it will slowly start to leave the sides|
|now it is done|
|transfer this to the plate|
|roll it using a rolling pin|
|cut it into diamonds|