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November 1, 2010

Mysore Pak

Here's a sweet dish for you all for Diwali. Hope you will like it.



Ingredients:
Gram Flour - 1/2 cup
Sugar - 1 cup
Ghee - 3/4 cup

Method:
Sift gram flour to make sure there are no lumps.
Take sugar in a deep pan. Add very little water (about 1/4 cup) just enough to coat the sugar and heat.
When the sugar forms 1 string consistency (when you place a drop of sugar syrup between your forefinger and your thumb and pull apart gently, single thread is formed. it will take 7-8 minutes approximately on medium flame), add the flour and stir continuously. Add ghee gradually. After 2 minutes, the mixture will absorb all ghee and starts to leave the sides of the pan.
Transfer it immediately to a greased plate and spread it evenly with a flat spatula.
Don't let the mixture cook for too long. It will crumble.
Cut into desired shapes when still hot.

You can also try these for diwali - Badam Cake, Pista Cake, Wheat and Nut Laddoo, Savory Wheat Biscuits, Beetroot Halwa

18 comments:

  1. Wow kalakita poo....mysore patham romba kashtam correcta eduka...U have made justice to it...Looks PERFECT Mahi!

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  2. One of my sweets planned for this Diwali..Love the clicks Mahi..

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  3. Simple and delicious sweet for the coming festive season.
    Lovely click.

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  4. I love mysore pak... a perfect delicious sweet for Diwali :-)

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  5. Looks perfect for Diwali season...Lovely click

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  6. Simple and tasty recipe looks devine.

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  7. hi,
    great visual treat....so one can imagine the treat for the taste buds :P, thanks for an encouringly simple recipe.
    Happy festival of lights to u and urs!!
    TC

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  8. ringing bells for the festive season...perfect mysore pak n a beautiful picture...marvellous...happy diwali..

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  9. Looks perfect Mahimaa. Happy Diwali!

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  10. looks yum!! Happy Diwali to you and your family!!

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  11. Good looking paks! Made some recently myself - interesting to see how we all have different approaches and yet I am sure one is as tasty as others
    http://priyasnowserving.blogspot.com/

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  12. Everybody has written "Looks Good " but did anyone Try making it ??!

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  13. Nice recipe, looks so simple... I tried but it didn't come out well. It became besan halwa :(. May be because I added extra water while making the sugar syrup.
    Will try again.

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