Thursday, October 4, 2012

Mysore Pak (SNC EVENT- Its a Challenge !!!)

Hello Dears as SNC has organised a Learning event for all of us, in other way its a challenge for North Vs South . So I am excited very much about this. So there is no reason to ignore it. So I have done it. Yes I have done it . "Mysore Pak " , One of my Favorite recipe from Karnataka . Today I tried and I succeed also. Thanks To Divya Pramil for Organising such a lovely Event.

And Of course another Thanks goes to Divya Prakash from whom I come to know that How to make Mysore Pak? She explained it nicely with images.

Thanks to Both Of you.

So This was my first challenge to South. I enjoyed  lot. 

Now Look at the recipe once again...

Its my creation ... Check it out.


Gram Flour 1 Cup
Sugar 1 Cup
Water 1/2 Cup
Ghee 3/4 Cup
Oil 1/4 Cup


Put a pan onto the stove mix water and sugar.
Make it to Boil until get a thick consistency.
Mix Gram flour and Oil in another bowl thoroughly. 
When syrup is almost done pour the gram flour mix to it.Mix well.
By the time add little little Ghee onto it and stir continuously. 
When it comes in little gravy type,pour into a greased pan.
Make it Cool.
Cut into pcs. as your desired choice.
Garnish with little almonds flakes.
Mysore Pak is Ready now.
Store in a airtight container .


Sanoli Ghosh said...

Perfectly made mysore pak Pinky. Garnishing with crushed almond gives a very nice look dear.

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Unknown said...

Sooper Pinky...Perfectly made..Looks very soft and lovely with your almond garnish.

meenab said...

wow u guys made this mysore pak look even more yummy and delicious

fikar naat weekend if i get time i wud make aaram se
now that bit of block gone about sugar syrup wud try again and with garnishes hehe

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Divya A said...

Fantastic dear :) That looks perfect and delectable Pinky :) Wow Northern team you are all rocking :)
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Srividhya Ravikumar said...

my fav..looks perfect..

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Looks good...I have not dared to make these till now

Unknown said...

you have made it perfect and love the chopped nuts on top

Cook like Priya

Unknown said...

wow fantastic...very perfect...

virunthu unna vaanga said...

wow looks so yummy with almond garnishing... rocking...

Lavanya said...

Looks delicious. Nicely made it. I am ur new follower. Do visit my space when you get time :)

Unknown said...

Thanks to all of you...

Thanks Lavanya and Welcome too... Of course I will keep your invitation.
Thanks a lot.

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Unknown said...

following you . mysore pak has come out perfectly! do visit my space in your free time.

Asiya Omar said...

Wow! Looks soft and yummy.

Anonymous said...

Perfectly done mysore pak...Very delicious sweet.

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Minnie@thelady8home said...

This looks so good!

Anonymous said...

perfectly made it...looks so yummy...thanks for visiting me Nabanita

Shruti Dhingra Wahi said...

Hey Nabanita....
Mysore pak looks yummy :-)
Glad to follow you !!!!

Sherin said...

luv it dear. I am part of SNC. But to to ur space. Happy to folow u dear

divyagcp said...

I don't know how I missed Mysore pak made by you..sorry about that.. You have made it wonderful.. Great job!!



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