Take a thick bottomed wok or kadai. Heat the kadai at medium flame.
Add ghee to kadai, next add finely chopped dry fruits. Fry well in ghee.
Next step is adding besan or kadale hittu. Mix by continuously stirring. We add dry coconut and thick milk.
Mix the ingredients again and add sugar to this mixture.
Continue stirring until the mixture leaves the sides of the wok. When you are stirring make sure to scrape the sides.
After 25 minutes of stirring, mixture becomes thick and comes together or leaves the sides. This indicates that within next 5 minutes, the burfi mixture will be ready to pour.
Quickly stir for 3 to 5 minutes and pour into greased tray. Immediately spread the burfi mixture evenly with a flat ladle. You can also add a teaspoon of ghee on top and spread the mixture. This helps to get an even surface.
Allow the mixture to cool for 20 to 25 minutes. Now make markings into square shapes. Cool the burfi cubes completely. Store these delicious seven cup burfi sweet in airtight container.