Kaju Katli Sweet Recipe Advantages and disadvantages of eating Kaju Katli sweets

Kaju Katli Sweet Recipe

Making Kaju Katli is very easy! Well, let's get started:


1. Cashews (chopped) – 1 cup
2. Sugar - 1/2 cup
3. Water – 1/4 cup
4. Ghee - 1 teaspoon
5. Cardamom powder – 1/2 teaspoon

How to make:

1. First of all, heat ghee in a pan.

2. Add chopped cashews to hot ghee and fry on medium flame, also add cardamom powder.

3. Now, make sugar syrup by adding sugar in a separate vessel. When the syrup is ready, look at one or two drops of sugar to check its fluidity and see that it forms like a leaf.

4. Then, add sugar syrup to the roasted cashews and mix well.

5. Turn off the gas and let the mixture cool, and then roll the leaves with the help of a rolling pin.

6. Cut the rolled leaves into squares and your Kaju Katli is ready!

7. That's it, we're ready! Now enjoy this sweet and share it with your friends and family.

Advantages and disadvantages of eating Kaju Katli sweets

Benefits of eating Kaju Katli sweets:

Nutritional Content: Cashews contain proteins, vitamins, minerals, trace elements, and antioxidants, which can be beneficial for your body.

Provides energy: Cashews contain good types of elements which can provide energy to the body, hence eating it as a sweet can provide energy.

Internal Health: Cashews contain monosaccharides that may help improve heart health and control cholesterol.

Disadvantages of eating Kaju Katli sweets:

High in calories: Cashews are high in calories, so eating them in excess can lead to overweight or other health problems.

Sugar and Fat: Sweets usually contain sugar and fat, excessive consumption of which can lead to diabetes and weight gain.

Risk of allergy: Some people may face allergy from cashews, so check carefully before eating it in quantity.

Eat carefully and in moderation, so that you can enjoy Kaju Katli without any problems.

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