Monday, May 5, 2008

Mysore Pak


This is a very traditional sweet.I like this a lot.My cousin came to my place for this weekend and i wanted to make something special.so i made this and it was so tasty though i didn't get the perfect shape.All my friends liked it.

Ingredients;

Besan--------------1 cup
Ghee---------------2 cups
Sugar--------------2 cups

Procedure:
Lightly fry the besan till the raw smell goes off.
Add sugar to boiling water to make the sugar syrup(syrup should be like thin string)
Add the fried besan and mix it thoroughly.Add ghee in steps.
Keep on stirring continuously .
When it comes off of the vessel,remove from heat and transfer to a plate greased with ghee.
After it cooled down cut into pieces.

You can taste very good mysore pak.If you want it to be more soft add little more ghee.You will love this .

10 comments:

Divya Vikram said...

love mysorepaks..great u tried them at home

Uma said...

mmm. mysore pak makes me nostalgic. My mom makes perfect mysore paks. I always end up with mysore halwa instead of mysore pak (he he!) Your mysore paks look so delicious.

notyet100 said...

reminded me of my college days./looks yummy,.

LG said...

They look yummy

shri said...

divya,i always wanted to try all sweets at home..
uma,may be i can send you some.
thanks notyet100 and lg.

A-kay said...

Ah! Mysorepak - cant have enough of it :) Yours look perfect with those pores - hallmark of a great mysorepak.

Roopa said...

Hey these look very professional :) shri one question, whats meaning ecouter with that different type E? I mean your blog's name? I first never thought it wud be a indian blog !

Ramya's Mane Adige said...

very nice!!! you have the perfect ones! mine always has only 50% success rate :D

Shri said...

Thank you roopa,akay and Ramya.

Roopa, i wanted to name my blog with something like joy,happy..but nothing was available.Ecouter is a french word and its meaning is joy.since it is french i think that E is like that.Nice that you noticed.Thanks for all your comments.

Anu said...

Mysore pak looks very inviting!! Loved ur wonderful recipes :)

I have posted my version of jiffy mysore pak recipe in my blog. Do visit my blog in ur free time. would be happy to receive ur comments :)