Paneer Gulkhand Burfi is a delicious and easy to make sweet with paneer, condensed milk, […]
Barfi or burfi is an Indian sweet. Plain barfi is made from condensed milk, cooked with sugar until it solidifies. Other varieties include besan barfi, made with besan (gram flour), and pista barfi, which is a milk barfi containing ground pistachio nuts.
Barfi is often flavoured with cashew, mango, pistachio and spices, and is sometimes served coated with a thin layer of edible silver leaf (varak). Visually, barfi sometimes resembles cheese, and may have a hint of cheese to it. For this reason, barfi is sometimes called “Indian cheese cake”. Barfi is popular all over India and is often a part of Indian festivals, especially Holi.
Bottle Gourd Burfi (Lauki ki Burfi) is made during festivals or on days of fasting, […]
A popular, delicious and easy to make sweet, this Kobbari (or Cobri) Mithai or Dry […]
A simple and delicious Diwali treat, these mixed nuts burfis are not only tasty, they […]
A simple and different burfi with tomato pulp, sugar and maida. Ingredients: Tomato Pulp – […]
A delicious and tasty burfi with wheat flour. You can also use whole wheat flour […]
A delicious sweet burfi with Oats and Papaya. Ingredients: Oats – 1/2 cup Papaya – […]
Maida Cake or also called as Maida Burfi, this is a simple dessert/sweet recipe using […]
A delicious dessert/sweet for any occasion. Ingredients: Milk – 1 cup Rava – 1/2 cup […]
Ingredients: Coconut – 1 cup, grated Mango Puree – 3/4 to 1 cup Sugar – […]
Ingredients: Bananas – 10, medium sized Milk Powder – 1/2 cup Sugar – 3/4 cup […]
Ingredients: Coconut – 1 cup, grated Carrot – 1 cup, grated Sugar – 2 cups […]
Badam Coconut Burfi
This easy to make Rava and Coconut Burfi is a delicious dessert sweet often made […]
Dates Khoya Burfi
Green Gram Burfi
Maida Milk Burfi
Chocolate Dry Fruit Burfi
Badam ki Jaali – Hyderabadi Almond Burfi
Gram Flour and Coconut Burfi
Coconut Peanut Burfi
Fried Vermicelli Burfi
Kele Ki Barfi
This is popular sweet in bengaluru and mysore, my native place in India. Everybody must be wondering when you saw the header l “7 Cup Sweet” as to why it is called so ?
Ans : In this sweet we use different ingredients on each cups and each ingredient is of 1 cup measurement or more. So it is called 7 cup. This is similar in taste like mysore pak. Most of the people make this instead of mysore pak becoz mysore pak is difficult to make compare to this. Some people make both.