7 Cups Burfi is an easy South Indian festival recipe which is especially prepared during Diwali. This burfi is named 7 cups as we use the specified cup of ingredients to make this sweet. This burfi is so simple that even a beginner can prepare it without a fuss.
7 cups burfi tastes exactly like Mysore Pak and Coconut Burfi combo. In Mysore Pak, we don’t add coconut and in coconut burfi, we don’t add gram flour. But in this 7 cups burfi, we add both. So we get the taste of both this combination. Whenever I have a get together I never miss preparing this sweet. All my friends are a big fan of this burfi. Things that should be noted while making this burfi is:
- Bengal gram should be fried until nice aroma comes. If not fried properly you will get the raw smell in the final product.
- The last stage is also important. When the mixture starts leaving the Kadai, immediately switch off the flame and transfer it to greased plate otherwise, it will become hard.
- Either use heavy bottom kadai or a non-stick pan.
- Also, always use Homemade Ghee to get the nice taste.
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If you have sweet tooth use the exact measurements as given below. I used the 1/3rd cup as the measurement and obtained 10 pieces of burfi. Whichever cup you are measuring, use the same cup to measure rest of the ingredients. I also used only 2 and a half cups of sugar instead of 3 cups that is followed in the traditional method. Adjust sugar according to your taste. You can even add 1/4 cup of finely chopped cashews along with this if you like the crunch in between. Now let us see how to prepare this recipe.
Delicious melt in mouth 7 Cups Burfi is ready to relish.