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Kaju Dry Fruit Katli - Parampara Sweets

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Kaju literally means cashew nuts and barfi is a type of Indian sweet, usually in a lozenge shape. Barfi is often but not always, made by thickening milk with sugar and other ingredients (dry fruits and mild spices). ... Kaju barfi is one of the more expensive Indian sweets when compared to other barfis. The pieces are usually decorated with edible silver foil. The finished sweet is usually white or yellow in color depending on the ingredients used for the paste and the proportions of each used. Katli is traditionally eaten during Diwali.Kaju katli can also be prepared by replacing the sugar syrup with crystallized sugar and heating the entire dough instead of the sugar-water syrup.

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$22.00

Weight: 450 gm

Sold by: Nova Web Innovations Pvt Ltd

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SKU 25845
UPC 797079397581
Seller Nova Web Innovations Pvt Ltd
Region N/A
Weight(gm) 450.0000
Dimension Weight(gm) N/A
Brand Parampara
Millet Type N/A
sweet type N/A
sweetener type N/A
packsize 250gm 1/2 LB

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Kaju literally means cashew nuts and barfi is a type of Indian sweet, usually in a lozenge shape. Barfi is often but not always, made by thickening milk with sugar and other ingredients (dry fruits and mild spices). ... Kaju barfi is one of the more expensive Indian sweets when compared to other barfis. The pieces are usually decorated with edible silver foil. The finished sweet is usually white or yellow in color depending on the ingredients used for the paste and the proportions of each used. Katli is traditionally eaten during Diwali.Kaju katli can also be prepared by replacing the sugar syrup with crystallized sugar and heating the entire dough instead of the sugar-water syrup.

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