Kaju Pista Roll Recipe | Cashew Pistachio Rolls ~Indian Festival Sweets

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Festivals brings out lots of old memories and happiness, sweets make these festivals more exciting if you have a big sweet tooth . As for in India sweet is considered very auspicious when made offering god. I have seen and amazed of the varieties of sweet we get in a sweet stall but I have never thought I will try it at home. The fruit shaped sweets were more attractive to my eye and I tried my hand on making a kaju mango and kaju apple   and every body surrounding us loved it. So coming today’s recipe I made kaju pista roll and was really happy with the outcome. When my H saw these he said from which sweet shop did you buy its yummy  😛 and I proudly told him that it is made my me . 

Kaju pista roll is basically combining two different nut sweet the white part is the traditional kaju katli and the middle part is a  mix of pista pd and condensed milk.  They really tasted yummy like the store bought one would do. Lets quickly move on to the recipe..Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#45.

Kaju Pista Roll

    Preparation time
   Cook Time
                                     Indian Sweets
10 mins
    15 -20 mins
  Kaju katli dough ( Knead them well till smooth)
  Check my Kaju katli post for the recipe

  Pista pd – 1 cup

  Condensed Milk – 1/4 cup ( adjust to taste )
  Green Color – 1/4 tsp or so

  • Prepare the pista dough before making kaju katli dough.
  • In a bowl mix in pista pd, condensed milk, green color and make a soft dough.
  • Keep it aside and make the kaju katli dough check here to make kaju katli.
  • Roll out the kaju katli dough to a rectangle.
  • Take the prepared pista dough and give it a long cylindrical shape.
  • The length should be equal to the rolled. rectangle kaju dough.
  • Place the cylindrical shaped pista dough in on corner on the kaju dough.
  • Start rolling in till the end of the rectangle.
  • Cut the edges and make 2-3 ‘inch long pieces.
  • Store it in a air tight container. Stay good for 4-5 days.

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