Sunday, October 01, 2006

Ghee Mysore Pak

() Traditional South Indian Sweet.() During Diwali in so many houses they prepare mysorepak.
Also, Krishna Sweets (Coimbatore) Mysore pak is very famous.
They make Mysore pak with full of Ghee and Melts in our mouth.
Am trying to get that texture and taste for so many years, without much success.

Here goes the Mysore Pak.

Ingredients Needed:1. Besan (Gram Flour ) 1 cup
2. Sugar 1-1/2 cups
3. Ghee 1-1/2 cups to 2 cups
4. Water 3/4 cup
5. Little sugar to sprinkle on top of Mysore Pak.

Besan Mixed with ghee

Method:
1.Heat Ghee and mix with Besan and Keep it Aside.
2. Take Sugar, add water (separately) and bring it to a boil with one string consistency.
3. When Sugar Syrup comes to a string consistency, pour this Besan mixture and gradually and mix well.
4. When the Mysore Pak gathers to the centre, it is time to pour onto a greased plate. (Ghee)
5. Sprinkle some Sugar on top.
6. When it is still warm, cut into required shapes.


Mysore Pak


() Delicious Mysore Pak is Ready. ()

This is my submission for JFI#6 (Ghee)
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20 comments:

Inji Pennu said...

you know, this template of yours is not very consistent. Sometimes your writings are not seen actually. Only the pictures. Could you please, chose a new tempate? It would be great. Only thing is you need to copy your links from the template and just paste it on to the new template... dont want such a nice blog not to be user friendly.

indosungod said...

MT mouth watering mysore pa. Krishna Sweets Mysore pa is indeed tasty but I prefer home made any day. Yours looks great.

Prema Sundar said...

Hi MT,
You wont beleive I tried this mysorepak for the JFI entry but didn't turn good.. somehow I missed the correct stage. so Iam not going to make it an entry..
urs look great.

Krithika said...

I agree with Inji. Cannot see the ingredients very clearly. Your mysore Pak looks delicious. How much ghee did you use ?

Ashwini said...

MT your mysore pak could beat store bought ones :-)
Looks delicious

Foodie's Hope said...

Another Mysore pak!! Yummy!! MT ! where are you? You missed lot of my stuff!!:)) Template giving problems, again?Thanks!!

Linda said...

Hi MT -- your mysore pak looks *so* nice -- all sugary on top, yum!

Priya said...

I dont have a sweet tooth but Mysore pak is one of the few sweets that I can eat as long as the box gets empty :-) I have never dared to try making it as ppl have always scared me saying its very tough to get the right texture. Will give it a try this time with your recipe. Thank you

Lakshmi said...

such a nice sweet. my fav. one. mouthwatering.

KrishnaArjuna said...

MT
Mysorepak looks great.. looking at the picture alone I think I have put on a couple of pounds :-)

Deepz said...

hi,
your mysore pak looks perfect. i also love your maa ladoo. will be trying those soon.

Meena Kandlakuti said...

i love mysore pak..once i tried did not came out well as per the hard ness concerned ..taste was good..this time i want to try again..your post makes me to do that again.Thanks for sharing:-))

Saffron said...

ooh! my favorite sweet! I like the texture of MP to be crispy and light with lots of holes, although most people seem to prefer the soft, melt-in-the-mouth version.

Looks good MT!

cheers!

Mallugirl said...

oh my. That is a yummy mysore pak.

Menu Today said...

Hi Indosungod,
Thank u so much.

Hi Prema,
Please try this time and let me know. For your info making process will take 18 to 20 mins.
Hi Kirthika,
Sorry for the late reply. I used 1-1/2 cup sugar and same amount of ghee.
Hi Ashwini,
Thanks a lot.
Hi Asha,
Asha I was busy with Navarathiri.
Thanks.
Hi Linda,
Thanks a lot.
Hi Priya,
Please let me know the out come of it. Thanks.
Hi Lakshmi,
Thank u.
Hi KA,
I too gained after eating this. Thanks.
Hi DeepZ,
Please do let me know when you make this.Thanks.

Hi Meena,
For making this sweet sugar syrup consistency should be correct.(one string). This time you can have soft mysorepa.Thanks.

Hi Saffron,
I too like with lots of hole. Thanks a lot.
Hi Shaheen,
Thank you sooo much.

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Anonymous said...

hii,
the recipe was good but there is another traditional way of making soft mysore pak,
first u should make the sugar syrup by adding very little water and boil it till string consistency,
then u should add besa flour and mix well without lumps,after this the crucial step u must slowly add ghee litlle by little every 2 minutes strring each time u must add eual quantities of besan flour and ghee,u must not add all the ghee at once,this mysore pak will be soft melts in the mouth.
cool and cut into peices

abirami said...

hi MT,
Your recipe looks soft in texture and easy to swallowed into the mouth.
I have tried this recipe for diwali occasion, it came out well. But onething the sweets is cruncy inside and outside part. I didn't get soft texture. I adapted the same measurement for the required ingredients. But getting sugar consistency i added flour and stirred continously after that i added little by little ghee slowly and stirring simultaneously i got porous in the mixture i removed the pan.

abbi

Menu Today said...

HI ABi,
I think you cooked this mixture for extra minutes. Whenever making burfis or any sweet when the item leaves on side swith off the sotove and stir briskly for 3 to 5 minutes , you will get soft textured sweet. Thanks.

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