Seven Cup Burfi

Week 2 Day 1 of BM #57 - 

I had a phobia of burfis. I was always skeptical whether the burfis would come out crisp or soft or rock hard. But after so many years, recently I asked amma to give me some courage to make it for Varalakshmi Vratham. I followed her recipe to the T and these came out very well.

Recipe Source Amma
Ingredients - 

Besan / Gram Flour / Senagapindi 1 cup
Milk 1 cup
Sugar 2 cup
Coconut 1 cup (I used Dry Coconut Powder)
Ghee 1 cup (I used a little less than 1 cup)
Dry Fruit Powder (I used Almond-Cashew Powder) 1 cup


Seven Cup Burfi

Method Of Preparation -


Grind/Blend Besan, milk, sugar and coconut until there are no lumps. 

Heat a non-stick heavy bottomed pan, add 1/2 cup of ghee and the blended ingredients and keep stirring until the whole mixture comes together into a single mass.

It typically takes about 20-25 minutes of constant stirring. Make sure it is on medium heat.

When the mixture stops splashing and kind of separates and shows signs of solidifying upon cooling, add 1/4 cup of ghee and the dry fruit powder.

Meanwhile, prepare a cookie tray with raised edges. Line it with parchment paper.

Mix well and keep stirring until the mixture solidifies upon cooling. [Pinch a small portion of the mixture and roll in between your fingers to see if it solidifies] Remove it from heat.

Immediately pour the hot mixture on to the lined cookie tray and pat it uniformly all over the cookie tray.

Slice with a pizza cutter into desired shapes. Don't separate the pieces yet. Leave it aside for cooling.

Upon cooling, separate the pieces and store in air tight container. They stay good for a few days.



Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM# 57. 

Preparation Time 30-35 min
Makes 40-45 1 inch squares

11 comments

  1. Sounds really rich. Glad it turned out the way you wanted.

     
  2. The barfi looks amazing and the recipe seems to be perfectly executed ! They look really nice .

     
  3. rajani Says:
  4. My fear is laddoos and but looks like you faced your burfi and came out with flying colors.

     
  5. Srivalli Says:
  6. I love to make all sorts of burfis and this one was the first one I ever tried..very nicely turned out..

     
  7. My boys love the 7 cup burfi and they keep requesting me make this often. One of the easiest burfi to make :) Looks wonderful!

     
  8. Pavani N Says:
  9. This is one of my favorite go-to burfi recipe. So easy to make and comes out perfect all the time.

     
  10. perfect snack - looks like you got perfect consistency

     
  11. Priya Suresh Says:
  12. I can happily munch some rite now, you nailed it prefectly.

     
  13. sneha datar Says:
  14. This burfi is perfect, looks stunning.

     
  15. Sapana Behl Says:
  16. Burfi looks mouth watering.Love to try it.

     
  17. Sowmya :) Says:
  18. I can't believe you feared barfis...they have turned out so well! Yumm is the word

     
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