9799692b348 Nivedhanam: Badam Katili

Monday, February 4, 2013

Badam Katili

Badam Katili is a burfi type sweet made out of almonds. It has its rich texture, taste and calories. Store the badam katili in an airtight container for up to 10 days. This does not need any specific topping and is served mostly as is. I have topped it with some saffron and charoli nuts.
Badam Katili - IMG_3053
Ingredients
Almond Powder – 1 cup
Sugar – ¾ cup
Ghee – 1 table spoon
Water – ½ cup
Cardamom – 2 (powdered)
Saffron – A few strands
Charoli Nuts – to garnish

Method
Dry roast the almonds or roast them on the microwave for 2 to 3 minutes stirring every 30 seconds until a nice aroma comes. If using stove top, then roast on medium flame until aroma comes. Powder the almonds and keep aside
Boil water and add sugar and bring it to 2 string consistency or drop ball consistency. Temperature should be around 245 to 250 degrees F on the candy thermometer.
You drop a small piece of the sugar mixture, it should hold its shape and not fall apart
Switch off the heat and add the powdered almonds and mix well until combined
Add cardamom and saffron
Transfer to a greased plate and roll it to a ½ inch thick circle.
Cut diamond shapes or desired shapes and garnish with saffron and charoli and the Badam Katili is ready to serve!!

Badam Katili - IMG_3051

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32 comments :

  1. Katlis are my favourite, you have done prefectly Sowmya,beautiful diamonds.

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  2. I love almond katli.....looking so yummy....

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  3. Delicious and perfectly done Katili,cute presentation!

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  4. Tempting kathli's! !!! first click is very inviting

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  5. Delicious treat....very nice and neat pictures

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  6. Badam katili looks delicious Sowmya.

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  7. Perfectly done...
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  9. wow this is one of my fav sweet :) looks so perfectly made

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  10. tempting katli.. Nice
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  12. Perfect katlis. Just like the ones from the store.

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  13. Nice katlis... my daughter will luv them..

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  14. Looks amazing! To get them in a perfect shape is a true challenge.

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  15. Nice presentation and katlis looks great dear..Love to have a bite..

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  18. Divine katlis!! Will try them out!!

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