7 Cup Burfi / 7 cup sweet – diwali burfi recipes

        As the name suggests, these burfi requires only seven cups of the total ingredients. I make this very often. It is very easy to make. As I had mentioned in my earlier posts, the only thing that scares me during making burfis is that I am not very sure at what consistency the burfi sets. But practice certainly makes things perfect. Today, I could make the burfi very comfortably without any hassles. I removed it from the flame at correct consistency and they set properly and it was soft and absolutely delicious. I am very happy with the developments in my burfi making ability!!! Begineers can start with this one. I have seen this recipe in many websites and magazines. One can be sure of good results.


Pictures updated –You may find many recipes stating the addition of ingredients in a proper order ,You can just follow by mixing everything well together and continuing with the stirring till it sets. I have tried this many times by now and it comes out well. It tastes good too. There is no hint of besan.

      This recipe is a sure thing for beginners. There is no making of the sugar syrup which makes the recipe complicated,so you can go ahead with this one!

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7 Cup Burfi / 7 cup sweet - diwali burfi recipes Yum
Course dessert
Cuisine south indian
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
  • 1 cup Gram flour / besan kadalai maavu
  • 1 cup coconut Grated
  • 1 cup Milk
  • 1 cup Ghee
  • 3 cups Sugar - ( But I use only 2 cups of pure granulated cane sugar which is very sweet compared to normal sugar)
Course dessert
Cuisine south indian
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
  • 1 cup Gram flour / besan kadalai maavu
  • 1 cup coconut Grated
  • 1 cup Milk
  • 1 cup Ghee
  • 3 cups Sugar - ( But I use only 2 cups of pure granulated cane sugar which is very sweet compared to normal sugar)
Instructions
  1. Grease a plate with ghee.
  2. Combine all the ingredients together in a thick bottomed vessel or a non stick kadai. Mix well so that there are no lumps of besan.Keep stirring (takes around 30 minutes) in a medium flame till it thickens and starts leaving the sides nicely. When you press a spoon on it gently, it does not stick on the spoon. This is another sign of the burfi being done.Pour it on a greased plate. Allow it to cool a little and cut into pieces(in the next 5-8 minutes.Seperate the pieces after it cools completely.Store in a air tight container.
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23 Comments

  1. wow,..looks delicious,,,lookin at pic feel like eatin now,.u started ith painting

     
  2. Hey burfi looking just yummy….mouth watering ..umm and u can send this to the sweetseries also rite?

     
  3. this is one of my favorite. love this sweet for its simplicity

     
  4. So u have become a daring burfi maker. It has indeed come out well.

     
  5. The Sweet looks so yummay… I will definitely try this….Thnx for sharing this….Your blog is very nice… I do have recipe blog,I will be glad if drop in to my blog sometime.
    http://sunandaskitchen.blogspot.com

     
  6. Sunshinemom

    Sowmya, wish i could have this one! My mom made this often and I liked it very much!

     
  7. Pearlsofeast

    Barfi looks superb and mouthwatering.Thats nice to know that u can reduce the sugar and still it was good.

     
  8. easycrafts

    My mom used to make this for me often…yummy

     
  9. This is such a yummy sweet – my MIL makes this really well.

     
  10. Sowmya this looks very very tempting and delicious 🙂

     
  11. Hey thanks dear….you can post your way of celebration or any memory you have for Rakhi ..doesn’t has to be food only 🙂

     
  12. Delicious Barfi!

     
  13. Vanamala Hebbar

    Lovely … will try your measurement of ingredients.

     
  14. these look yummmy. ya i knw making burfi can be a little taxing if we dont knw the correct setting point. but ures look perfect

     
  15. yummy!!drooling

     
  16. I loooooooooove them! Look so delicious and tempting.

     
  17. Looks delicious!

     
  18. burfi is yummy and delicious!

     
  19. Taste of Mysore

    my friend used to make this for me and how good to see it here and remember her too..nice one.

     
  20. hey! You are absolutely right. Burfi consistency can get master chefs nervous. Thanks for sharing this sure-shot recipe.

     
  21. Wow….amzing man….looks so delicious. Wish we were staying closeby so I could sample some of these.

     
  22. Hey burfi looks yumm yumm and mouthwatering….Seeing this my carvings started for burfi.My MOM makes this really well.

     
  23. looks perfect!:-) love this simple recipe. Will surely try. I love the Arbi Ajwani too:-)

     

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