Seven cups burfi

Sweets are a must during festive time. Diwali is all about crackers, sweets and muruku ( chakli). We prepare our traditional sweets and savoury for diwali and distribute them to our relatives and friends . Sweets are made with home made ghee so it smells heavenly and tempt us to have them more while preparing it . Sweets taste delicious when had hot from pan. I love tasting sweets when hot. Seven cups burfi is made using gram flour , coconut , sugar, ghee and milk. You don’t have to run to mil to ground flour. Readily available gram flour can be used to make this burfi. This is everybodies favourite sweet in our home. I usually make this burfi with brown sugar. It just melts in mouth . Do try it and enjoy it with your family and friends!

⏲PREP TIME : 20 minutes

⏲COOK TIME : 30 minutes

🍜CUISINE : indian

🥘COURSE : dessert

🍴YIELD : 16 servings

INGREDIENTS REQUIRED :

Gram flour – 1 cup ( 1 cup – 125 ml )

Ghee – 2 cups

Coconut scrapping – 1 cup

Milk – 1 cup

White sugar – 1 cup

Brown sugar – 2 cups

METHOD :

Using a mixer jar blend milk and coconut together to a fine paste.

In a nobstick pan, add gram flour, sugars and ground coconut paste.

Mix them well without lumps.

Now keep the pan on stove in low flame.

Stir continuously .

When it comes to boil, add 1/4 cup ghee and keep stirring.

Stir it continuously .

Once ghee is absorbed add ghee little by little and keep stirring.

When it comes together leaving the sides, add the remaining ghee and stop the flame.

Remove pan from stove and stir for few more minutes.

Stir until it comes together like a ball.

In a greased tray or lined tray, pour the contents from pan.

Add nuts and smoothen the top of it with palette knife.

Allow it to set for 20 minutes.

Now draw lines and cut out the sweets in desired shape either square or diamond.

Seven cups burfi is ready to serve.

NOTE :

Measure all the ingredients in the same cup.

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