Saturday, January 01, 2011

Mysore Pak

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   Mysore Pak:

Mysore Pak ( Ghee laden sweet ) is one of the major attraction of  South Indian dessert. 

This delicious sweet has its origin from Karnataka especially named after Mysore
The traditional softy taste lies in the perfect blending of ingredients in low heat. The main ingredients are Bengal gram flour, sugar and lots of ghee...!!!

And this tasty desert can be make easily within 20 minutes and can be stored in air tight containers for weeks together.

Lets see the easy recipe here…!

Ingredients:
  • Gram flour        - 2 cups
  • Sugar               - 2 cups
  • Ghee                - 1 ½ cup
Method:
  1. Take a thick bottomed heavy pan.
  2. Heat a tbsp of ghee.
  3. Add gram flour and roast in low flame till rich aroma fragrance.
  4. Take care not to burn and  keep stirring.
  5. Remove from flame, transfer to a plate and keep it aside.
  6. Heat  sugar with ½ cup water and stir well.
  7. Once it reaches oily consistency, add slowly the roasted flour and stir continuously, ensuring no lumps  are formed.
  8. When it is blended, add the hot ghee slowly with combine well.
  9. Keep stirring , until the mixture turns frothy and ghee separates out.
  10. Remove from flame and transfer to a ghee greased plate.
  11. Flatten it and allow to warm.
  1. Cut it to desired shapes.
  2. Yummy, ghee mysore pak ready to taste:)
Thanks..!

Happy New Year..!
Jay

46 comments:

  1. Delicious,
    Wishing you and family a happy and prosperous 2011

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  2. Adorable Mysorepak with lovely color & super texture...very inviting.. &
    My hearty Newyear wishes for you & your family...

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  3. Very neat, and what an easy recipe. 5 ingredients or less is always a suprise.

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  4. delicious and very perfectly done...very tempting cliks,feel like having some from that plate...yum yum!

    Happy New Year!

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  5. Very yummy! Those picture make me very hungry.

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  6. That looks so soft and yummy... Happy new year..

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  7. yummy n mouthwatering mysore pak...happy new yr dear..may ur wishes come true this yr!

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  8. delicious mysore pak.book marked jay

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  9. Wishing you and family a happy and prosperous 2011....yummy n mouthwatering mysore pak..

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  10. awesome mysore pak...drooling here..

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  11. They look swell Jay-- Have a Great 2011 !

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  12. Hi Jay

    Mysore Pak looks awesome. Must try preparing it at least once.

    Also a very Happy New Year to you and your entire Family.

    Deepa

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  13. wow that was really superb...

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  14. Wow! This looks really melt in he mouth.

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  15. Happy new year Jay:)mouthwatering mysore pak

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  16. Thanks Jay! Wishing you a happy new year!

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  17. looks yum..my husband luvs this sweet..thnx for posting !! happy new yr jay ! theres an award waiting for u in my space,pls do collect it as and when time permits..thnx in advance :))

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  18. looks yum..my husband luvs this sweet..thnx for posting !! happy new yr jay ! theres an award waiting for u in my space,pls do collect it as and when time permits..thnx in advance :))

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  19. Delicious,happy new year :)

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  20. Thanks for the award Sonu..:)

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  21. Perfect looking mysore pak Jay..Happy new year to you...

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  22. Wishing you and ur family a happy and prosperous new year..great looking mysore pak..

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  23. Encore une gourmandise qui me plait beaucoup.
    Tous mes vœux pour 2011.
    Que cette année soit encore une année de saveurs et de gourmandises.
    A très bientôt

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  24. What a lovely mithai looks wonderful and so fudge like .Simply deletable.

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  25. I've never had that - looks like a great dessert!

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  26. Have a great n prosperous 2011 Jay!!
    Mysore Pak looks FANTASTIC!!

    US Masala

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  27. Wishing you a lovely 2011 :-)

    Mysore pak looks so delicious.

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  28. Wishing you happy new year!!
    Love the delicious Mysore Pak...

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  29. Happy newear Jay!!Mysorepak looks sinful and mouthwatering..Thanx for visiting my cashewmysorepaks too!!

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  30. Happy new year dear, this is such a wonderful way to start a year, my favorite Indian dessert, love it.

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  31. That looks exactly the way I like it. I like it when it smells the ghee and melts in mouth. The ones we buy from shops,is often cranky!

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  32. lovely, i hope i get it right this time atleast, i have trying this for so many times, but it has always been a flop

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  33. U made it very perfectly. A great start up with sweet in the new year.

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  34. Too delicious!
    Wishing you a fabulous 2011 with full of great achievements and experiences.
    HAPPY NEW YEAR 2011!
    Your friend
    Sutapa

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  35. So perfect and yummy..mouthwatering.
    Happy New Year.

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  36. They have come out so perfect,a treat to eyes and recipe is yummy as well!

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  37. it is so perfect and yummy..

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  38. Mysore Paak looks mouthwatering Jay and it also looks exactly the same you get in BLR. Oh i love it!
    Happy new Year!

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  39. The Mysore Pak looks perfect. One of my favourite sweets.

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  40. oh just WOW....:) looks very tempting!

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  41. Lovely Mysore pak Jay! Guess its a visual treat as well as a mouthering watering one..The shapes are so perfect!

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  42. Hi,

    Soft & yummy mysore paks!!! A real visual treat.

    By oily consistency you mean பிசு் பிசுப்பு பதம் right? ie., even before 1 string consistency (consistencies used for gulab jamuns etc.,) - Raji.

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  43. Hi,

    Can we substitute whole qty of ghee with DALDA?

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  44. yes Rajalakshmi, the oily consistency is the same as u refer...v could feel the oilyness in hand on touching.
    using dalda instead of ghee may change the flavor but still tastes equally yummy.
    giv a try n lemme know.

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