Apologies for the delayed response.
Creating a bootable Windows DVD on OS X is by far the best and easiest and most convenient way to do it. It's very simple and you don't need to download any other third party application to make it work. And yes, I will list down exactly what I did in easy to follow steps.
First of all let's list down the things that you need to make this work:
- Mac system running OS X (Haven't tried it on a hackintosh but technically it should also work since they're the same)
- Blank DVD
- Windows 7 ISO
And the steps..
1.) Insert the Blank DVD into your SuperDrive
2.) Open Disk Utility
3.) Click "Burn"
4.) Choose the Windows ISO file.
5.) Confirm "Burn"
6.) Sit back and relax.
7.) Wait for it to finish writing (estimated time of finishing differs. but on my MacBook mid-2009, it only took about 15-18 mins.)
8.) Remove DVD
9.) Install Windows like you normally would.