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Mysore Pak – Soft Version

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Today as soon as I woke up from my beauty nap, D asked “Mama, Can you make some Mysore Pak for me, please. The soft one please??” Well, that was a rare request from him as usually its either brownies, doughnuts etc. With Diwali right at the corner, I couldn’t wait to try it. The last time I made Mysore Pak was when I was a student. Hence, I had butterflies in my stomach while preparing it. Thankfully they turned out just fine

 

 

Mysore Pak – Soft Version

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Mysore Pak - Soft Version
Today as soon as I woke up from my beauty nap, D asked "Mama, Can you make some Mysore Pak for me, please. The soft one please??" Well, that was a rare request from him as usually its either brownies, doughnuts etc. With Diwali right at the corner, I couldn't wait to try it. The last time I made Mysore Pak was when I was a student. Hence, I had butterflies in my stomach while preparing it. Thankfully they turned out just fine
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Instructions
  1. Heat a pan and roast the gram flour for a few minutes till you get a nice aroma.
  2. Make sure to keep stirring continuously so that the flour is evenly roasted and doesn't get burnt.
  3. Switch off heat and transfer the gram flour to a plate.
  4. Take another pan and put sugar along with water.
  5. Boil till the sugar melts and forms a single thread consistency.
  6. Quickly add the roasted flour and clarified butter and stir.
  7. Mix well, making sure no lumps are formed.
  8. Continue stirring on medium heat, till the mixtures becomes thick and leaves the sides and no longer sticks to the bottom of the pan.
  9. The mixture will be thick but pourable consistency.
  10. Transfer to a greased dish.
  11. Once set, cut into desired shapes.
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  1. anonymous says:

    Mareena this “gram” wat is it in malayalam curry kadala or payaru

  2. anonymous says:

    Mareena this “gram” wat is it in malayalam curry kadala or payaru

  3. Mareena Jerrish says:

    Bengal gram is kadala..the flour required is kadalamaavu

  4. Mareena Jerrish says:

    Bengal gram is kadala..the flour required is kadalamaavu

  5. anonymous says:

    yummmyyyy!!!

  6. anonymous says:

    yummmyyyy!!!

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