October 21, 2006

7 Cup Sweet

Diwali is so much fun with lots of food and firecrackers. I miss the firecrackers part in U.S, but to compensate that I made this really sweet treat.
7 cup sweet tastes similar to Mysore Pak, but it is way easy to make. As the name suggests it has 7 cups (a cup could be any measure) of ingredients and that’s it, cook them all together to make this delicious treat. You can also make 5 cup sweet, by omitting 1 cup sugar and 1 cup coconut.
7 Cup Sweet
Updated Pic from April 2013

Ingredients:
Besan (Chickpea flour) – 1 cup
Sugar – 3 cups
Grated Coconut – 1 cup
Milk – 1 cup
Ghee (or unsweetened butter) – 1 cup
Method:
  • Combine all the ingredients together in a heavy bottom pan on medium low flame.
  • Cook stirring occasionally for about 20-25 minutes or until the mixture starts to get frothy. At this stage, you have to be hovering around the stove more often, stirring. Keep stirring frequently for another 15-20 minutes.
  • After a while, the whole mixture starts to pull away from the bottom of the pan and starts moving with the spoon. Remove onto a greased plate at this point and allow to cool.
  • Score into squares or diamonds when slightly warm and enjoy the melt in your mouth taste of this simple sweet.

7 comments:

  1. You just killed me Pavani.:)

    I LOVE, love this sweet. They taste so good, don't they?

    I've been resisting the sweet temptation that Jihva offered sofar, but you broke my resistance with this irresistible sweet. Now I must prepare these delicious diamond bars. Too much temptation they are for me.:)

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  2. hey the sweet looks so delicious. I am waiting to trying it.
    waiting for more sweets recipes.

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  3. hi pavani,
    after making this sweet.how long can we keep in tightcontainer.today i will try ur sweet.my mother in law makes this sweet but she doesnt add milk.ur method and my in law method its quit different.

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    1. Hi Pavani, Tried this recipe. It is delicious. However, would love to try the without-milk recipe. Please do let us know the ingredients.

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  4. thank you so so much for posting this. I was surfing the net for the recipe to this yummy dish and came across ur page.Found your instructions very clear and easy to understand.
    take care,
    --Pri

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  5. hi all!

    you can also add some cashew nuts, powdered or cut into pieces... either before cutting the sweet to the shapes.. or u can also add along with the other ingredients.. this will make this sweet some more yummy! :)

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  6. Hi,
    I followed your recipe and made it last night. I did not get this color, but slightly darker.
    Also, its a bit chewy, and not hard. I used 1 cup coconut and 3 cups sugar. Any idea what went wrong?

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