Friday, November 14, 2008

MYSORE PAK - 100 th POST

This is a basic recipee most of indian favourite sweets in India. Basically from the place called Mysore in Karnataka.



Ingredients

Gram flour-1 cup

Sugar- 2 cups

Ghee- 2 1/2 cups


Method


Preheat the pan, add gram flour to fry in dry heat & keep it aside.

Add sugar in a deep bottoam kadai, make a sugar syrap upto one  thread sticks consistancy.

Add gram flour mix well & add leftover ghee.

Mix well & empty it in a greased pan & allow it to set.

Allow it to cool & portion it into equal squares & serve.

26 comments:

  1. Congragulations with your century post.
    This is one of my favourite sweet, i love them.

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  2. mom or me have never been successful when we make mysore pak but we love it. Urs looks great

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  3. congratulations - 100 posts! how cool. the mysore pak looks so professional - well done.

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  4. Congrats on your 100th post Sripriya... Nice picture elobarate description Perfect for the 100th post...

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  5. congrats priya on u r century yum yum mouth watering can i have one piece

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  6. CONGRATS,professional looking mysore pak.Lovely to celebrate

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  7. Nice sweet dish to clelbrate your 100th post, Congratulations.

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  8. Oh my gosh Mysore Pak!!!!....you must be a great chef, I believe its one of the hardest recipe to fix at home, right! Your version looks yummy! Congrats on ur 100th post!!!

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  9. Congrats on ur milestone! Just perfect ur recipe :)

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  10. mysore pak looks yummy. and congrats on ure 100th post , i am going to reach mine soon

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  11. Having associated "mysore" to "pak", never occured to me that it was actually from the city of Mysore!
    Good to know.

    Congratulations on your century! Keep batting. :)

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  12. wow Srikar's mouthwatering mysore pak.

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  13. congrats for 100th post....mysore pak looks yum,...thnks for the recipe,...hope u dng great ,..will catch u soon,..:-)

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  14. this is in my to do list..yours have come out good..congrats on your 100th post..

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  15. Congrats for ur century post...did u made mysore pak for me...mouthwatering...lovely pics as every..looks great Sri..Summa athiruthu sriyoda mysorepak!!!!!...

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  16. Congratulations! and what a perfect sweet to celebrate it.

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  17. Mysore Pak brings back lots of memories. Yours looks delicious.

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  18. Congrats on ur 100th Post...
    Mysore pak looks perfect...rich and tempting

    A lovely surprise is waiting for you collect it from my blog!!!

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  19. Nice presentation... mouth watering.....

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  20. Congrats on your 100th post and a very delicious sweet treat you have here to commemorate your 100th recipe!

    Thanks for letting us know about the thieves that stole your creations, it is good to know!!!

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  21. Congrats on ur 100th post! Mysore pak looks so professional!

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  22. Congratulations on your 100th post!

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  23. congrats on ur 100th post...wish u all the best...

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  24. hi is there anyway to fix or convert the hardened mysorepak

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