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Mysore Pak

Mysore pak is a popular south indian sweet and we all love this.We make this during each deepavali and this year I thought I should post the recipe.This recipe comes from my mom who is an expert in making mysore pak.Here is the recipe for Ghee mysore Pak, hope you all like it …


Ingredients:


1 cup Bengal gram flour
2 cups Sugar
1/2 cup Water(for sugar syrup)
1 and 3/4 cup pure Ghee
1/4 cup Oil


Method:


mysore pak
  • Melt the ghee and mix a tbsp of hot ghee with flour.Mix it well and keep aside.

  • Meanwhile prepare the sugar syrup by boiling the sugar and water,till one sting consistency is reached.

  • Sprinkle flour at this stage and stir it constantly without forming lumps.Don’t add all the flour at a time,sprinkle little by little.Make sure that the flour is blended well with syrup.

  • Mix the oil with hot ghee and again heat it.Mixing of oil gives soft texture so please don’t skip this step.Pour the hot ghee little by little and stir constantly.After few minutes the ghee gets absorbed completely.Keep the flame low-medium at this stage.Once the ghee gets absorbed stop adding the ghee and stir constantly.

  • After few minutes the mixture become frothy and leaves out the ghee.At this stage remove from the stove and transfer it into a greased tin.pat it well for even distribution.

  • Cut into pieces when it is still warm.Let it cool for sometime and turn back into a tray.

  • Here is the Mysore Pak is ready.


Here is the soft and delicious ghee mysore pak pieces for you :)Sure it Melts in Your Mouth.





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Comments

  1. says

    when are u coming to drop Aishu…Pls bring me some mysore pak… these looks so yummy and stunning.. i am drooling over the pictures…. theay are so perfectly done dear.. U are great…I will call u later.

  2. Sujatha says

    Wow.. this indeed looks great! Your step by step recipe pics and awesome and very helpful.. will try this soon..

  3. says

    Prema the mysore pak has turned out simply superb and perfect…I always find making mysore pak challenging..sometimes it turns too soft and sometimes rock hard..but your recipe is a keeper..bookmarking this.

  4. says

    I love learning the customs of celebrations. This sweet looks moist and quite delicious. Thank you for your visit to my blog and a kind comment. Blessings for a beautiful day, Catherine xo

  5. says

    வாவ்…ரொம்ப ரொம்ப சூப்பராக இருக்கின்றது….

    கம்பி பதம் போட்டோ சூப்பர்ப்..அழகாக தெளிவான விளக்கம்…

  6. says

    Lovey clicks Prema! I love the way you have used like a mirror effect! Are they the soft mysore paks or the crunchy hard varieties that you get in the weddings? I want to make the crunchy hard ones…
    Shobha

  7. says

    Prema, i was googling for Mysore pak recipe and I found yours to be the best recipe I have come across.perfect Mysore pak has three layers with darker shade in the middle.yours is the only one I saw with this distinction in the web.great work.

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