7 Cup Sweet / Chick Pea Burfi

Already a week has gone by in New Year.. It feels like yesterday with all the turmoils happening around the world . Time flies by very fast and we will never know..
We had potluck for New Year, all of us enjoyed by eating and playing all night.. Kids also enjoyed each others company. Overall we had a great time..Hope everybody had a great New Year celebration with what ever you did...Wish You All once again a very Happy New Year...
So, thought to start blogging this year with a sweet. To make this sweet all you need is 7 cups of different ingredients. It is easy and very tasty too.. I have used nuts and raisins as one ingredient. You can make it plain without the nuts or you can add anything else of your choice.
Whenever I make this sweet, my husband always tells it tastes like Mysore Pak and won't stop eating..:-). It is a big hit in my house...
Ingredients:

ಕಡಲೆ ಹಿಟ್ಟು / Besan / Gram flour - 1 cup ಹಾಲು / Milk - 1 cup ತುಪ್ಪ / Ghee - 1 cup ಒಣಗಿದ ಕೊಬ್ಬರಿ / Dry coconut - 1 cup ಸಕ್ಕರೆ / Sugar - 2 - 3 cups Raisins/Cashew/Almonds - 1 cup (all combined)

Method:

  • Take a heavy bottomed non stick pan and add all the above ingredients.
  • Keep stirring all together on medium heat.

  • Everything will come together and will start leaving the pan.
  • Add the batter to a greased pan and allow it to cool for few min.
  • Then cut them to required shape, before they dry completely.

I am sending this entry to JFI ChickPea event hosted by MS. Thank You for hosting the event.
PS: You can use the sugar quantity according to your taste. You can use any dry fruits you like eg. tutti fruity, cranberry, or dry pineapple. I like the crunchiness of the nuts, so I use nuts.

10 comments:

Madhu said...

Looks wonderful, i remember my mom making this sweet.

sowmya said...

I love this sweet and make it often..looks nice..i have one in my blog too..

Uj said...

Hosa varshada subhashayagalu... Sweet chennagide..omme taste maadidde friend manenalli... chennagitthu.. got to try soon:)

Maya said...

Yummy Yummy..Love it.. My mom's version is whitish in color, her ingredients must be different..Like you mentioned, I think I would like some cranberries and raisins a lot in it..

Asha said...

Happy new year Ashwini, delicious sweet to celebrate!:))

Nice to meet another Kannadiga blogger. When I started blogging 2 yrs ago, we hardly had 2-3 kannadigas, now there are so many! Good to know you.

Aparna said...

I know this is a very tasty sweet. I've never seen raisins and nuts in it before, but I think it can only improve the taste.

sunshinemom said...

My mom makes this too, Ashwini. We love it but I haven't tried it myself. You made quite a lot - in anticipation of it getting over, I guess:)

Madhuram said...

Though I've seen this recipe before I've not tried it. You have made it perfectly Ashwini. The squares are perfect. Wish you had mentioned an estimated time to stir the ingredients before pouring it to a greased plate.

UjjU said...

those squares are so tempting & yummy. M droolin over the last picture. I'd made these long back. But never turned out properly. Will try your recipe. Thanks for sharing. :)

Anonymous said...

hey how many barfi s does this make