Mysurpak

Sending this over to MBP:Kids started by Coffee and guest hosted by Trupti and Cooking for kids with love event hosted by Jigyasa and Pratibha

Its a tribute to my grandma who used to make delicious sweets for me. This recipe is adapted from Srimathi's version at Few Minute Wonders with very small change of replacing olive oil with sunflower oil and reducing the sweetness a bit.

Ingredients

1 cup chickpea/gram flour (besan)
1 1/2 cups of sugar
3/4 cup water
1 1/2 cups of ghee
1/2 cup oil

Heat about 2 tbsp of ghee and add the flour to it. Roast till you get nice aroma of it and it is in the stages of changing colour.

Boil sugar and water in a thick bottom vessel to get one string consistency. Add 5 tsp of ghee to it and slowly add the roasted flour to it. Keep stirring it well and adding ghee in between. Ensure that there are no lumps in the mixture. When it starts frothing and leaving the sides of the vessel, transfer it to a greased plate and leave for a few minutes. Cut into pieces.

Sending over to Sanghi for her FIL: Ghee also

Reposting Carrot Kheer for PJ's Tasty bites for toddlers event


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12 comments:

sowmya said...

good one EC..adding oil is something different..

Priya said...

Adding oil is completely new n mysurpak looks delicious, am gonna try soon too..just tempting me:)

notyet100 said...

hi ec u can send mysore pak for fic ornge too,..lovely entries,..

Happy cook said...

This is my fav indian sweet, delicious.

Trupti said...

Mysore pak looks very delicious. Thanks for sending this recipe for the event.

PJ said...

Hi EC, Mysurpa looks sooo delish!!Lil angel luvs carrot and will treat her with carrot kheer tomorrow..Thanks for participating in the event

Superchef said...

thats just looks perfect!! this is my favourite!!

Sharmi said...

Mysorepak is one of my favorite but never experimented with it. Thanks for the lovely contribution! the roundup is out.

Rajee said...

Looks delicious and mouthwatering, I think your mysorepak must be sale for bloggers like me.

Sowjanya said...

Thats a delicious sweet. I cook mysorepak with a mixture of oil and ghee. My mom makes them so good they melt in mouth. you reminded me of them again. Thanks

rv said...

Mouthwatering and the shape looks so perfect....

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Neenu Praveen said...

one f ma fav...lovely..happy to follow u...

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