Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Badam Katli~~A Virtual Welcome Party

If you would have said that blogging can make a wonderful friendship chain around the world before am entering to this virtual world, i would have laughed louder. But now i can realize that blogging can make a fantastic virtual friendship chain and am very happy that i have a fabulous virtual family through this blogsphere. Eventhough i met few of the foodie bloggers most of them are still virtual and personally i have never seen their face till today.No matter i have seen their face or not, blogging have no boundary and i love each and every blogger for their enthu,encouraging words,am very lucky to be one part of this marvellous virtual world.

I have already participated in some virtual parties, here is again an virtual welcome party for Krithi of Krithi's Kitchen's baby boy Kavin. Her bundle of joy arrived on june, to celebrate this happy moment we some of the foodie bloggers decided to prepare a virtual welcome party for her baby.We choosed Indian sweets to prepare specially for celebrating this special moment. Loads of love to you Krithi, may god bless your lil prince. Krithi, hope you will truly enjoy this virtual welcome party we organised specially for you and your baby boy,take care of your health.


2cups Finely grounded almonds
1/4cup Water
1/2cup Sugar
Few chopped pistachios
Few Cucumber seeds

Heat the water in a heavy bottomed pan, add the sugar and stir contionously until the sugar gets dissolves.

Cook this sugar syrup until it reach hard ball consistency, take the pan from the heat,now add the almond powder,chopped pistachios cucumber seeds and mix well.

Continue to mix until the mixture turns smooth and pliable. Transfer this mixture on a flat surface and spread in a baking sheet and cool it a bit.

Cover the bit cooled katli with an another baking sheet and roll it thinly with a rolling pin. Cut into diamonds and serve.

Can stay prefect for three days in room temperature.

Bloggers who joined to welcome Kavin with me are:
Priya Sreeram
Priya Mahadevan
Vardhini
PJ
Shama
Nupur Mehra
Dhyuthi
Reva
Radhika
Anu
Denise


35 comments:

  1. Thoroughly enjoyed it priya...

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  2. Wow nice welcome party... I too wish Kavin kutty a warm welcome...

    By the way badam katli looks awesome...

    Event: Dish name starts with N

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  3. such a great gesture Priya. Many happy wishes and blessing to the little one. the katli looks perfect for this occassion.

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  4. Adding cucumber seeds to the badam katli is very new to me. I love that photo :-)

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  5. nice recipe and i like the car... :-)

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  6. I really liked the concept of virtual parties...burfi looks delectable....hope u had fun participating in the party...

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  7. Super tempting kathlis and nicely presented

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  8. Convey my hearty wishes as well Priya... BTW, lovely post...
    http://recipe-excavator.blogspot.com

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  9. Hi ,

    Badam katli looks YYummYY !!!

    Perfectly made :)

    Keep up this good work ...

    Inviting you to my Blog

    www.southindiafoodrecipes.blogspot.in

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  10. Such a sweet gesture from you guys...the katli looks amazing

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  11. Badam katli looks fantastic. Do you blanch the almonds first or powder with skin ?

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  12. wonderful recipe and the katlis look great; heart-warming post priya

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  13. Tasty tasty katlis.enjoying ur concept.

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  14. Badam katli looks so delicious and perfectly made,feel like grabbing it...

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  15. Congrats to Krithi ! Welcome to this world,Kavin ! This is a perfect virtual treat :)

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  16. such a sweet thought.congrats to the new mom...........lovely badam katli.

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  17. Love these virtual parties, very warm and welcoming and the katlis look delicious..

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  18. Cutlis looks immensely droolworthy Priya.And the picture idea so cute !

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  19. Mmm.., love katli anytime.., looks so delicious

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  20. Congrats to Krithi,Badam katli looks so tempting,nice one dear

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  21. The badam katli looks amazing!! Just perfect for celebration :)

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  22. So nice. These treats look really yummy:)

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  23. Woow..Inviting virtual treat...looks great

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  24. Aww, thats so sweet of you all Priya. really touching.
    The badam katli looks delicious

    http://shwetainthekitchen.blogspot.com/

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  25. How sweet, badam katlis look perfect!

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  26. Such a cute photo to capture the resin for celebration.

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  27. Badam katli looks tempting.Lovely gesture I am sure Krithi is thrilled.

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  28. Badam Katli looks yum. Iam sure that Kirthi is thrilled.

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  29. Great to see both the Priya's blogging on the same theme.

    The Katli recipe was unknown but taste is known to me :)

    Thanks for sharing it.

    Regards,
    Abhilash

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  30. Wow, Kavin is lucky to have so many lovely and talented Aunts. I'm loving all the sweets made for his virtual welcome party.

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