This is a traditional Indian sweet made with powdered almonds and sugar, flavoured with cardamom powder and saffron or rose water. Katli can also be made with almond paste after blanching and removing the skins. I have chosen the simpler option of almond powder as it is easily available in Brazil. This is the most preferred sweet during festivals as it has just few ingredients and not too difficult to make. Similarly you can make with cashewnuts too, which is kaju katli.
Almond powder ..... 2 cups
Sugar .................... 1 cup
Water ................... 1 cup
Cardamom powder .. 1/4 tsp
Rose water ............ 1 tbsp
Ghee . clarified butter ... 1+1 tsps.
Milk ....................... 1 tbsp
Silver warq ... to garnish
1. In a pan take the sugar and add one cup water.
2. Bring to a boil. When it starts boiling well add one tbsp of milk to remove the impurities of sugar. You will see the dirt / froth collecting on top. Just remove it with a spoon.
3. When it comes to 2 string consistency and reduced to half, add the cardamom powder, almond powder and the rose water.
4. Keep stirring to avoid lumps.
5. Continue to stir until the mixture becomes thick and starts to leave the sides. You can spoon in a little ghee at this level.
7.Remove it in flat vessel or a plate. Now you will find the consistency is thicker and you can knead it to give a smooth texture.
8. Take a sheet of butter paper and grease it with ghee.
9. Place the lump on the paper and roll with a greased rolling pin to the desired thickness.
10. Garnish with silver warq sheets. Cut it into diamond shaped pieces using a pizza cutter or a sharp knife.
Welcome Aazra :)Delete
delicious burfi shobha.ReplyDelete
Thank you dear :)Delete
Is this the same one which is known as mysore pak? It looks s yummy nd delicious..ReplyDelete
No Seena.. Mysore pak is different. It is made with gram flour.Delete
The badam katlis looks delicious. You have made them look rich and inviting by adding the silver topping to it.ReplyDelete
Thanks a lot for liking my recipeDelete
These look lovely.ReplyDelete
Wow! Barfi is amazing! I somehow have never tried making katli,hopefully will start with this delicious one.ReplyDelete
Do give ita try Archana.. This is one of the easiest barfiDelete
Just today hubby was complaining that its been a long time we haven't had any Indian sweet. You've given a good idea to try out badam katli. Looks really tempting.ReplyDelete
Oh , then make this for him. It is so easy and less time consuming mithaiDelete
What a delicious treat and really appreciate the step by step pictures to see the process.ReplyDelete
Thanks for liking Mireille dearDelete
badam katli looks delicious shobhaji, very inviting ! step by step pictures makes it look so easy ! Thanks for the wonderful share, a perfect festive recipe!!!ReplyDelete