The autumn day in 1619, when Mughal Emperor Jehangir released Sikh Guru Hargovind Singh from captivity, was one of great rejoicing. It is believed that the royal chef himself created the kaju katli in honour of the guru. The Sikhs celebrate the day even today as Bandi Chor Diwas.
Taste & Occasion
The rich taste of the best quality cashew comes through in every bite of the Anand Sweets Kaju Katli. Decorated with delicate silver leaf, the kaju katli has a melt-in-mouth consistency and is sweetened just right. Good for the heart, the kaju katli is rich in protein and gives an instant energy boost. Traditionally, the sweet was an integral aspect of Diwali celebrations but today it’s part and parcel of all happy occasions.
Shelf-life & Storage
The Anand Sweets Kaju Katli comes packed in a dainty cardboard box with motifs similar to a miniature Mughal painting. A much-prized gift for all occasions, the cashew fudge is best had within 30 days of opening the box. Store the box in a cool, dry place and away from direct sunlight.
Cashew Nut, Sugar and Silver Leaves.
Elevating the Culinary Experience
We are obssessed with quality and thus, top quality certified ingredients are all sourced from places of origin to ensure the best, most authentic produce.
We are particular about the products. Thus, to ensure authenticity of taste and methods, all our karigars too are meticulously screened and hired.
We follow global standards of freshness, hygiene, health protocols and storage, are maintained at all times.
At Anand we believe in clean food for all. All our products are free of artificial flavours or added preservatives.
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Product and Manufacturing Information
30 days (from the date of Mfg.)
Dimension (Length × Width × Height)
20.50 cm × 15.50 cm × 11.00 cm
Anand Sweets & Savouries LLP
31 A, Road No. 2, Jigani Industrial Area Phase 1,
Jigani Anekal Taluk, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India. 562106.