Kaju katli (also known as Kaju Katri or Kaju barfi) is an Nepalese dessert originating in India, similar to a barfi. Kaju means cashew nut in Hindi. Barfi is often but not always, made by thickening milk with sugar and other ingredients (dry fruits and mild spices).
Kulfi is a very popular frozen dessert which is popular in countries like India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal and Burma. Traditionally, Kulfis are prepared by continuously stirring and thickening flavoured Milk until its volume is reduced by almost half. The thickened milk is poured into sealed Kulhars (above) or Kulfi molds and frozen. Often, they are also set in earthen pots – the Matka Kulfis.
Kasaar is one of the special items made especially during the wedding ceremonies in Nepal. This traditional food item is one of the most integral items of marriage in most of the Nepali cultures. Its importance can be judged from the fact that a separate day is dedicated for making kasar during the wedding preparations. Also, a kind of puja is performed on this day and this day is usually known as Kasaar Batarne Din for which the Hindu religious calendar (patro) is referred to.