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Homemade Kajuki Barfi

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Adjust Servings:
1 1/2 cup kaju or cashew nuts
3/4 cup sugar
1/3 cup water
1/2 tsp ghee — for greasing

Nutritional information

90 kcal
15 g
4 g
12 g
25 mg
1 g

Homemade Kajuki Barfi

  • Sweet
  • 25 mins
  • Serves 20
  • Easy



Kajuki barfi is the most popular sweet in North India prepared during the festive seasons like Diwali, Dussehra, and Eid. Barfi is a sweet dish made with milk, thickening it and adding sugar and several other ingredients. Kajuki barfi is barfi made of kaju, cashews without using any milk.This delectable sweet is packed with the goodness of cashews. The creamy cashews, ghee and sugar together combine bringing a melt-in-mouth consistency in the kajuki barfi. Available in all sweet shops and restaurants, garnished with silver vark, kaju barfi is available in various forms and shapes too. Made with only 4 handy ingredients, kajuki barfi is simple and easy to make at home.

Health Benefits

Homemade Kajuki barfi is rich in protein and iron.  Cashew nuts are packed with the goodness of minerals. Cashew nuts also contain vitamins that we need for healthy hair, teeth, and skin. They also improve vision and promote healthy nerves and heart. Cashew nuts contain copper which prevents neurological disorders and depression.

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How to make Homemade Kajuki Barfi

  • Grind cashew nuts to a smooth powder in a grinder.
  • Heat water in a heavy bottomed pan.
  • Add sugar to the water and cook on a low flame.
  • Stir the water and sugar constantly in the pan until sugar dissolves.
  • Keep cooking on low flame till the sugar syrup becomes thick and is of one-string consistency. When you put a drop of sugar syrup between your thumb and finger and pull the finger away, a thread should be formed.
  • Add the cashew powder to the sugar syrup and mix well.
  • Cook this mixture of cashew paste for 6 minutes, stirring continuously until it thickens.
  • Remove from the flame. Transfer this cashew paste to a large bowl.
  • Cool the cashew paste for 8 minutes and then knead into a dough.
  • Make a big ball of the cashew dough.
  • Grease a plate with ghee.
  • Flatten the cashew dough gently in the greased plate with a rolling pin.
  • Cool the flattened cashew dough completely and then cut into preferred shapes.


Did you know that cashews grow out of ‘Apples’? The cashew apple is a false fruit. The true fruit of the cashew tree grows at the bottom of cashew apples and that fruit contains one seed, that is, the cashew. Though cashews are extremely nutritious, the shell of raw cashews is poisonous. This poisonous part of the cashew is made of the same substance that makes poison ivy a potent poison!

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