Sanoli's Kitchen: MYSORE PAK (SNC EVENT)

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

MYSORE PAK (SNC EVENT)

Hi Friends,

I am a part of very interesting contest 'South vs North Challenge' organised by Divya Pramil of You too can cook Indian food.

Mysore pak is a traditional and popular sweet of Karnataka. Actually people make it on Deepawali or any festive time. Very few ingredients are used in it, but little tricky. I was scared to make it, because I made this first time here. But now I fallen love on it as tastes absolutely divine.

INGREDIENTS:
1 Cup Gram Flour
3/4 Cup Ghee
1/4 Cup Oil
1 Cup Sugar
1/2 Cup Water
FOR GARNISH: 2 tbsps coarsely pounded Pistachios.

METHOD:
Grease a tray with little ghee and set it aside.

Mix oil and besan nicely.

Boil sugar and water in a pan, to get the required consistency of syrup. (The required consistency means, when you drop syrup in a bowl water, it should stand without getting dissolved)

Add the besan mixture to the syrup. Keep stirring.

Add ghee little by little and keep stirring continuously till the mixture changes in texture, colour and starts leaving the edges. The mixture not be sticky anymore. Pour the mixture into the greased tray.

Garnish with coarsely pistachios on the top.

Grease a knife with little ghee. Slice it to desired shapes by knife while it is still warm.

Enjoy this mouthwatering Mysore Pak!!!

Linking this recipe to: Divya, our Southern team. 

 

28 comments:

  1. Home made ones looks absolutely delicious..Yummy!!

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  2. Awesome Sanoli.. they look yummy.. Love the use of pistachios to garnish it.

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  3. Very nice and pictorial descriptions... Yes, the recipe is simple but tricky to get the desired consistency.. I have tried once but failed.. now this inspires me for my second attempt.. :-)

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  4. wow...Sooper sonali...perfect sweet...Absolutely love the garnish..Love to taste this!!!

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  5. you got it perfect at the first attempt dear, means you are a good chef, i have seen many people going wrong at the string consistency inspite of teaching them umpteen times. great! well done.

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  6. masore pak looks so prefect...

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  7. Mysore pak looks wonderful...yummy..

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  8. Mysore pak looks perfect and delicious Sanoli. You done very well with first time.

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  9. wow sanoli urs looks even better

    i had thought of adding something garnish but i had to do so fast everythng and by the time i decide or think of putting garnish the mysore pak had already set in.

    wonderful delicious yummy. done done done

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  10. Wow Sanoli :-)
    Great job done. Adding pistachio as garnish seems to be cherry on the cake !!!
    Superb :-)

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  11. wow Sanoli... superb mysore pak at the first attempt.... very mouth watering n reminds me krishna sweets mysore pak...
    VIRUNTHU UNNA VAANGA

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  12. perfectly done sanoli.. like swasthi said you are really a great chef :)

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  14. REally its super...so good and inviting...love it...

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  16. WOW Sanoli, maysore pak looks awesome and I am salivating here.

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  17. Well done.. this is such a tricky and tedious project.

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  18. Omg, great looking irresistible mysorepak,well done Sanoli..

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  19. That looks very very good! Delicious!! Can't wait to make and post about it.

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  20. What a beautiful fudgy delight :)

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