I first made my 7 cup burfi when I was 12 years old, I was bored and wanted to try something in the kitchen and that is when my mom taught me this delicious recipe. I was excited when I learned that I could make a burfi at home with such ease. I could even say that these simple recipes are the ones which kindled my passion towards cooking and culinary interests.
Note-1:- The cups mentioned in this particular recipe are not the standard measurement cup. The term cup is only to indicate an equal measure of the ingredients so use any cup/ bowl depending on the quantity you require.
Note-2:- I haven't used any food color for this recipe, the besan flour naturally provides a pale yellow color which is fine by me. If you want to make it attractive you can use some edible yellow food color.
|Preparation Time : 20 mins|
Besan / Gram flour/ Chickpea flour / Kadalai Maavu
|1 cup||Grated Coconut|
|1 cup||Ghee / Clarified Butter|
Step 1) Start off with roasting besan flour / chickpea flour I have taken a non stick pan to prevent the burfi from sticking to the bottom and roast it for 3 - 4 min on a low heat. Once u start smelling the sweet aroma of the besan flour it is time for our second cup
Step 8) Once it starts leaving the sides of the pan or kadai , pour it into a greased plate or tray. With a help of a spoon Smoothen its top. Leave it to cool slightly,it just took 4 minutes for me to set(if it is not at right consistency then it will take more time) Once the mixture cools down slightly cut it into your desired shapes
Our Delicious 7 cup Burfi is ready!!! Its Festival season, Lets have fun :) Happy Cooking :)