Thursday, 13 December 2012

7 cup burfi

I am living in large single bedroom house.  My kitchen was large but bit old. Some of the appliances are very faulty. Only 2 burners worked in cooker and there wasn’t owen & grill. I was keep complaining my husband to change the house because of poor kitchen. Since my house is in ground floor during rainy seasons, some snails also used to come inside kitchen. I was totally annoyed with snails but my hubby usually advises me to cook snails too. I couldn’t imagine that.


All of sudden my house owner gave us a surprise that he will renovate entire kitchen and he asked when is the right time to do. After hearing that, I was jumping over moon and I couldn’t wait long enough to have new kitchen to try new recipes.. We immediately told our owner to start the work soon.
We were eating in restaurants all those days.. Initially it was nice but we got bored after couple of days and started to hate outside food from fourth day onwards. The kitchen work was initially planned for 5 days but ended up in 10 days.

My kitchen was completely ready from yesterday and first thing I boiled milk:) Didn't forget the Indian tradition.Today I cooked a new sweet“7 Cup Burfi”.. This is my mother’s recipe. It came well and give a try and share your comments.

Ingredients :


Gram Flour
1 cup
Grated coconut
1 cup
Milk
1 cup
Ghee
½ cup
Sugar
2 ½ cups
                               
                                 

Method:

  1. Roast the gram flour with a tsp of ghee till raw smell goes and keep it aside.
  2. Roast the grated coconut with tsp of ghee till nice aroma comes and keep it aside.
  3. In a big pan add milk and sugar mix well and add gram flour little by little without any lumps.
  4. Then add grated coconut and mix together.
  5. Add half of the ghee and mix well in medium flame.
  6. Once it starts bubble up add the remaining ghee.
  7. Keep stirring continuously after sometimes it start thickening and started leave the side of the pan.
  8. Once starts leaving the sides of the pan pour into the greased tray.
  9. Allow it to cool and check if it hardens, if it does then the consistency is correct.
  10. When it is warm cut into squares with a greased knife.



                

6 comments:

  1. yummy sweet and enjoy your newly renovated kitchen..Waiting for more delicious recipes from there:))) Burfi looks Tempting!!!

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  2. wow looks superb, amma used to make them too :) you have done it well and great that you have a new kitchen with fancy appliances... looking forward for some yummy recipes.

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  3. OH... CONGRATS FOR UR NEW KITCHEN.. N BURFI LOOKS TEMPTING...
    Rasgulla
    VIRUNTHU UNNA VAANGA

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  4. lovely burfi .. luv that kitchen story too :)

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  5. Tempting burfi! enjoy ur new kitchen :)

    Regards,
    Bindu
    http://indianrecipegalleri.blogspot.in/

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  6. lovely space.first time here..yummy burfi...

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