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Friday, October 16, 2009

MYSORE PAK



INGREDIENTS:

Besan flour - 2 cups
Sugar - 4 cups
Ghee - 5 to 6 cups
Cardamom powder - optional

METHOD:

In a kadai, roast besan flour in a tablespoon of ghee till the flour diffuses its raw smell.

When slightly cool, mix it with your hand without any lumps.

Cover the sugar with water, just to immerse the sugar and make sugar syrup for one consistency, put the flour little by little and stir it non-stop without any lumps. Now, add ghee little by little and stir continuously.

The mixture, will become frothy, leaving the sides and when the mixture comes together like a ball, switch off the flame and transfer it to a greased plate.

Pat it with a spatula, for uniform surface. When slightly warm, put lines in the desired shape square or rectangle. Allow it to cool and then take out the pieces.

13 comments :

  1. Looks amazing and sure it taste yummy too.Have wonderful & happy diwali.

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  2. Happy diwali ....perfect for the occasion...

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  3. mysorepak parka romba softa iruku.It looks delicious.can I grab it and have one?

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  4. "Happy Diwali".Mysore pak looks delicious.

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  5. Perfect sweet for Diwali...so temting dear. Happy Diwali to you.

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  6. Looks super....We wish you the same

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  7. Delicious sweet and Wish you a happy Diwali!

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  8. Happy deepavali Shanthi! Lajawab mysurpa!!

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  9. Wishing you and your family a very happy Diwali!!!!

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  10. Wish u & ur family a very happy & a prosperous diwali..Hope it brings u lots of happiness and luck..Have a great time and enjoy :)

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  11. Nice melt in mouth sweet, a must try one...

    Happy Diwali...

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  12. mmmm.., mysore pak, my hubby's favourite, that is what he buys from venkateshwara sweets in bangalore when we visit india, holds the box tightly so nobody has a second one!!, they look yummy, Happy diwali to you and your family

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  13. mysore pak looks white colour!!
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