Diwali, the festival of lights, is just around the corner, and the country is all set to celebrate it with much enthusiasm and fervour. Diwali celebrations last for five days, starting with Dhanteras and ending with Bhai Dooj. Diwali will begin this year on November 10, 2023. Let’s just accept the fact that festivals and overindulgence go hand in hand. No Indian festival is complete without the mentioning of desserts and other sweet treats, don’t you agree? So, it stands to reason that one of the major Indian celebrations calls for some special sweets!
Even though there are many popular traditional Indian sweets prepared for the occasion, having some unique regional sweets on the table is always a treat. Having said that, here we bring you 5 Indian sweets that are made with Kaju (Cashew Nuts). From Kaju Katli To Kaju Roll, these recipes will impress your taste buds like no other. Take a look below.
Here’re 5 Kaju-Based Sweets You Must Try This Festive Season
1. Zafrani Kaju Katli – Our Recommendation
Let’s hit the list with the recipe we love the most. Recreate the sweet flavour of halwai-style kaju katli in the convenience of your own kitchen. This recipe will undoubtedly become a family favourite. Besides, it is also very quick, simple, and easy to make. Find the recipe here.
2. Kaju Mysore Paak
Next up we bring you a nutty version of the popular Mysore Pak. Made with desi ghee, cashew nuts and besan, this dessert has a very soft texture and a delicious flavour. Click here.
3. Chocolate Kaju Katli
This recipe is for all the chocolate lovers out there. A simple, four-ingredient recipe that is ideal for serving to both adults and children at your next dinner party. Click here for the recipe.
4. Kaju Rose Barfi
Due to its simplicity and delicious flavour, this Kaju Rose barfi recipe will quickly become one of your favourite sweet treats. Find the recipe here.
5. Kaju Pista Roll
Roll-shaped dough made from cashew nuts that has been filled with delectable pista filling. To enjoy its flavour, garnish with saffron threads and silver warak. Click here for the recipe.
Now that you know all the recipes, celebrate the festive season with these treats and let us know how you all liked them in the comments below.