Monday, March 11, 2013

7 Cup Sweet | Sweet prepared using 7 cup of Ingredients ..

Ing :

Gram flour : 1 cup
Melted ghee / clarified unsalted butter : 1 cup
Granulated sugar : 3 cups
Shredded coconut : 1/4 cup
Grated Carrot : 3/4 cup
Milk : 1 cup

Method :

* In a low flame fry gram flour with 1 tea spoon of ghee for 2 minutes.

* Transfer the fried gram flour to a tray and start frying the carrots with 1 tea spoon of ghee in a same non stick pan for 2 minutes.

* Grease the steel(must) tray with ghee and keep it next to work station.

* Sieve the fried gram flour for 2 times, make sure that there is no lumps found in the flour.

* Take a nonstick deep skillet pan and pour in all the ingredients. Then mix everything with the help of spatula.

* In a medium flame start cooking the mixture and keep stirring.
(If you dont stirr the mixture continously it will stick to bottom of the skillet) 

* At around 16 to 18 minutes of time mixture starts to leave the skillet and it looks like honeycomb and also the color changes to a brown shade.
At this time stirr the mixture for 5 to 10 seconds and immediately transfer it into greased tray.
(This is very very important step,if you take off the mixture before it will be like halwa, or if you delayed it will become little harder)

* Allow it to rest for just 2 minutes, using sharp knife make mark on it.
(make your desired shape mark exact after 2 minutes,if you delayed its hard to get good shapes of 7 cup sweet)

* Again allow sweet to rest for 20 to 30 minutes.

* You can store the sweet in a air tight container once they completely cooled down.

Some notes :

* If you dont like carrot then use full 1 cup of shredded coconut.

* Carrot enhances the sweet by its color and its texture.

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My World My Home said...

Yummy sweet love to grab that bigger piece... he he....

Divya Shivaraman said...

I never knew one such recipe was available in which the ingredients measurement total count is 7 cups - sweet post, can i grab some too :)

Shree Kannepadi said...

Yes you can have it Helen :)

Shree Kannepadi said...

It is very easy to prepare and tastes very rich and delicious..
Do try this Divya,i'm sure you will love it !

Vimitha Durai said...

Looks too tempting. wish to have a few.
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divyagcp said...

Delicious burfi
Nicely prepared..

Recipe world said...

Nice recipe Shree..addition of carrot is new to me!

CbeFoodBlogger said...

Definitely this would have tasted yumm.. bookmarked for evening

Ruxana Gafoor said...

wow yummy recipe..

Shree Kannepadi said...

Thank u :)

Shree Kannepadi said...

Thanks Divya :)

Shree Kannepadi said...

Thanks Vani. Carrot gives superb flavor and texture :)

Shree Kannepadi said...

Thanks Tinku.. Do let me know your feedback.. :)

Swathi said...

Delicious 7 cup sweet shree, you can link it to this event in my blog. Traditional Indian Sweets and Giveaway

Shree Kannepadi said...

Thanks Swathi.
I have done that now :) Happy hosting :)

Priya said...

Brings back childhood memories - my mom made these, infact still makes these for Diwali every year!

Nupur said...

Ohh Mine was a disaster when I tried this 7 cup Burfi.. yours look so perfect !!

Nice little space you have created Girl !! Glad to be your new follower, see you around :)

Shree Kannepadi said...

Thank u Priya.. :)

Shree Kannepadi said...

Do try this method, you will get a perfect 7 cup burfi..
Thanks for the support :)

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