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Badam Katli | Burfi | Almond Fudge | Diwali Recipes

Badam Katli | Burfi | Almond Fudge | Diwali Recipes

Badam Katli or burfi is one of the easiest recipe to try and absolute gorgeous to wow friends and family, well until I tried it I never believe it so if you think it’s not a simple recipe then take my word for it.  It a perfect festive recipe including for Diwali, make this for your family or to share with friends they will love it for sure.  After I posted how to make almond flour I received lot of query on when I am going to post badam burfi, I didn’t had any plan to make any burfi/katli when I made the almond powder/flour, later I thought let’s do this

Badam Katli Recipe

Before preceding further I want to wish Happy Karwa Chuath to all celebrating in advance.  I am sure you gals must be busy doing the prep work for the same & other whom doesn’t know Karva Chuath is a Hindu Festival (some Sikh women celebrate too) where married women keep fast from sun rise to moonrise for their husband’s well-being and longevity.  After breaking fast there will be a feast, you can try this badam burfi for karwa chuath too.

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Ingredients: [Makes 12-14 pieces]

Almond Flour – 1 Cup
Granular Sugar – 1/2 Cup [ I used 1 tbsp less of 1/2 cup)
Cardamom Powder – 1/2 tsp
Milk – 2 tbsp [as required]
Edible Sliver Foil/Warq – 1 sheet [optional]
Ghee – For greasing

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Method:

1 Make almond flour as mention in this post.

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2. Heat a pan/wok and roast flour for a minute, stir continuous to avoid burning.

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3. Add sugar and stir again for 2 minutes do this on medium flame, if you rest for 5 seconds too,  flour colour will change to brown.   Now add cardamom powder, 2 tbsp of milk and mix well. 

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4. Keep on stirring until it forms a mass, start leavening edges of wok and forms a smooth dough/lump.  While stirring try to smooth the mixture with back of latter.

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5. Grease a plate with ghee and pour this mixture, spread it evenly in thin layer, you can use rolling pin and roll it too, allow it to cool for 2-3 minutes.  Now spread the sliver warq, press the warq with the butter paper so it’s stick to the katlis well.

  Cut in desire shape with cookie cutter or in square/diamond shape and once completely cooled, store the pieces in air tight box if anything left to store !  You can keep this in fridge up to a week.
  
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Our badam katli is ready.  Don’t worry about the sliver varq not properly applied on each pieces that’s fine, we are not looking for shop like katli/sweet here, the little un-perfect things only makes this home made katli or any sweet so perfect and homely.  I just feel this way, you doesn’t have to think same!

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Variations

~ You can blanch almonds and grind it along with 2-3tbsp of milk and then make the katli, follow the same step other than adding the milk part.

~ If while spread the mixture you think it’s too dry add 1-2 tbsp of milk and knead it to make a smooth dough.  Be careful while doing this as it will be very hot.

~ I used blanched almond flour and with skin almond flour so the colour it’s little brown, if you use blanched almonds paste or flour it will be in lighter in colour than this.

~ Adjust sugar to your taste, you can use 3/4 cup or 1cup sugar too. Generally badam katli, kaju katlis are not very sweet but just mild. 

Enjoy the festive and the katli too.

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Have a nice day ~~

50 comments:

  1. wow yummy katlis .. looks so tempting !!!!!!

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  2. This burfi is my all time favotite :)
    Nice recipe dear..

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  3. Clicks are super good Priti. Very authentic and burfi looks just yumm.

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  4. Wow...this looks absolutely yummy... well explained...looks delicious.

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  5. Wow rich and yummy burfi...looks very inviting

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  6. yummy badam katli, nice and perfect shapes u got. Last time i joined my friends for karva chauth. Nice experience.

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  7. it looks very simple.. sure ll try..

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  8. wow delicious and perfect katlis,well explained...Lovely clicks and the setups are too gud...oru hindi padam patha mathiri irruku:)

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  9. Oh, looks delicious & just perfect. Beautiful presentation :)

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  10. Almond katli looks so perfect n delicious...well explained n presented...loved your clicks!!!
    Thanx dear for stoping at my space n for joining my blog...glad to follow you :)

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  11. Yummy Kathlis...really, a little imperfection is what gives it our touch - a personal touch.

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  12. Wow looks fabulous..lovely presentation Priti..

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  13. madam ji,do not 4get 2 get one box of badam katlis 2 mumbai plz...looks so nice n yumm

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  14. perfect shape burfi...beautiful presentation!!

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  15. That looks soo great Priti!!Never knew almond burfi recipe was soo simple! loved the clicks..Ask u where do u get that silver wrap?

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  16. yummy and super tempting..........love it!!

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  17. this is my fave sweet..looks perfect

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  18. Awesome kathli and it has come out so well!

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  19. That's so scrumptious Priti..I would love to have these anytime. The saree with bangles looks beautiful.

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  20. Nice presentation, nice method,I follow slightly different,this one is easier.

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  21. Yummy...cant wait to try this out soon..looks perfect..

    Muskaan

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  22. wow awesome recipe...perfectly made...

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  23. What a great opening this dessert will be for diwali, looks so tempting.

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  24. wow, that looks wonderful. Happy karwa chauth dear on Saturday.

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  25. wow...
    looks perfect and delicious :)

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  26. Mmmm... drool-worthy... Loving this...

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  27. Wow. Super burfi again. Looks yummy and authentic with supporting props.

    Cheers,
    Uma
    My Kitchen Experiments

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  28. Priti, where do u get varq in singapore?

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  29. Perfect sweet for karwa chauth

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  30. @Prema ... lol ..hoped you liked the movie :)

    @Ramya and Sangeeta ..gals it's our very own mustafa. The brand name is nataraj if am not wrong and it's a yellow colour small plastic cover. It was near the baking section;s one small corner.

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  31. Burfi looks perfect, yummy and mouth watering. Very beautiful presentation.

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  32. Burfi has come out so perfect looks so yummy!

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  34. Sorry for that typo.....badam burfi looks extremely yum...never tried burfi with badam or never tasted too...so better parcel some....

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  35. perfect katli..looks cute and lovely...

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  36. they look just yum dear, pass me the platter, i can finish them in no time..;)

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  37. wow...great cliks priti...love your presentation..
    dessert sounds absolutely irresistable..
    first clik is unbeatable..;)
    Tasty Appetite

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  38. Happy karwachaut to you too :) I am all set to fast for love!

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  39. Presentation is too good,.barfi looks yum,.

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