Discover the mouthwatering Egyptian Katkoota dessert with our easy recipe! Perfect for any occasion, this Arabian sweet is a must-try. Master the art of making Katkoota with simple ingredients and step-by-step instructions. Watch our video tutorial and impress your loved ones with this delectable treat!

To watch the cooking video, click on the link: How to Master Authentic Egyptian Katkoota Recipe

Ingredients:

- 1/2 kg Kunafa (adjust amount as desired)

- 2 tbsp ghee

- 2 tbsp powdered sugar

- 2 tbsp syrup or condensed milk

- Whipped cream or whipped topping

- Optional: Lotus sauce, Lotus biscuits, Ferrero Rocher, milk chocolate, fruits for decoration

Instructions:

1. Start by freezing the Kunafa for a day, then cut it into pieces and grind it in a food processor until smooth.

2. Place the ground Kunafa in a tray and add ghee and powdered sugar. Mix well to coat the Kunafa evenly.

3. Over low heat, cook the Kunafa until it turns dark golden, stirring continuously for about 20 minutes.

4. Add syrup or condensed milk to bind the roasted Kunafa together. Mix thoroughly.

5. In a sealed dish or container, layer half of the Kunafa.

6. Spread a layer of whipped cream or whipped topping on top of the Kunafa.

7. Add another layer of roasted Kunafa on top of the whipped cream.

8. Repeat with another layer of whipped cream or whipped topping.

9. Finish by decorating with sauces, fruits, Lotus biscuits, Ferrero Rocher, or milk chocolate as desired.

10. Serve and enjoy!

Indulge in the delightful flavors of the Egyptian Katkoota dessert today! With our user-friendly recipe and instructional video, creating this Arabian sweet has never been easier. Whether you're celebrating Ramadan or any special occasion, let Katkoota from Egyptian Sweet Shops be the highlight of your table. Elevate your dessert game and wow your family and friends with this scrumptious treat!

Note: This recipe is not suitable for those following a special diet and is also not recommended for individuals with diabetes or high blood pressure.

Nutrition Value

1. 1/2 kg Kunafa:

  - Calories: Approximately 1200 kcal

  - Carbohydrates: Around 150 grams

  - Protein: About 10 grams

  - Fat: Roughly 65 grams

  - Sodium: Varies based on brand and preparation, typically around 500-600 mg

  - Cholesterol: Depends on the type of Kunafa used, usually around 60-80 mg

  - Vitamins and minerals: Contains small amounts of calcium, iron, and vitamin A

  - Nutritional benefits: Provides energy from carbohydrates and fats, but it's high in calories and should be consumed in moderation due to its sugar and fat content.

2. 2 tbsp ghee:

  - Calories: About 240 kcal

  - Carbohydrates: 0 grams

  - Protein: 0 grams

  - Fat: Approximately 27 grams

  - Sodium: Negligible

  - Cholesterol: Around 60-70 mg

  - Vitamins and minerals: Contains vitamin E

  - Nutritional benefits: Ghee is a source of healthy fats and adds richness to dishes, but it's high in saturated fats and should be used sparingly.

3. 2 tbsp powdered sugar:

  - Calories: About 60 kcal

  - Carbohydrates: Around 15 grams

  - Protein: 0 grams

  - Fat: 0 grams

  - Sodium: Negligible

  - Cholesterol: 0 mg

  - Vitamins and minerals: No significant vitamins or minerals

  - Nutritional benefits: Adds sweetness to desserts but lacks nutritional value other than providing quick energy from sugars.

4. 2 tbsp syrup or condensed milk:

  - Calories: Approximately 120 kcal

  - Carbohydrates: About 20 grams

  - Protein: 2 grams

  - Fat: Around 4 grams

  - Sodium: Varies depending on type and brand, typically around 30-50 mg

  - Cholesterol: Roughly 10-15 mg

  - Vitamins and minerals: Contains small amounts of calcium and vitamin D

  - Nutritional benefits: Provides sweetness and creaminess to desserts, but it's high in sugars and fats.

5. Whipped cream or whipped topping:

  - Calories: Varies based on brand and type, typically around 50-100 kcal per serving

  - Carbohydrates: Varies

  - Protein: Varies

  - Fat: Varies, often around 3-5 grams per serving

  - Sodium: Varies, usually low

  - Cholesterol: Varies, typically low

  - Vitamins and minerals: Minimal, may contain small amounts of calcium and vitamin D

  - Nutritional benefits: Adds a creamy texture and flavor to desserts, but it's high in saturated fats and should be consumed in moderation.

6. Optional ingredients such as Lotus sauce, Lotus biscuits, Ferrero Rocher, milk chocolate, and fruits:

  - Calories, carbohydrates, protein, fat, sodium, cholesterol, vitamins, and minerals vary widely based on the specific ingredient and quantity used.

  - Nutritional benefits depend on the specific ingredient but can include added flavor, texture, and nutrients like antioxidants from fruits or small amounts of calcium from chocolate.

It's important to note that these nutritional values are approximate and can vary based on brands, preparation methods, and serving sizes. It's always recommended to check product labels for accurate nutritional information.

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