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Query from: prema, India, 08/04/02
Topic: COOKING      Submitted on: Ammas.com
How to make soft mysorepak the way we get in sri krishna sweets shop in Chennai

Rate = 3 (Rated by 1 Council Members)
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Response from: A Ven,   
Council Member on Ammas.com
Dear Prema,

I do not know the recipe for Krishna sweets mysore pak. But i can get u a recipe that gives very soft mysore pak. Mysore Pak

Ingredients

Besan Flour / Sugar / Ghee (Ratio 1:2:2 (OR) 1:2.5:2.5 - Optional) The second ratio is very sweet!

Method:

Sieve Besan Flour. Powder Sugar in a mixie. Warm Ghee on low heat. Let it not boil. Remove from fire, add besan flour and stir it till it is dissolved. Keep a thick bottom vessel on fire (or even a pressure pan is ideal), put the sugar and add very little water to it. Sugar will dissolve and start bubbling. Add the besan/ghee mixture slowly to it and stir till it leaves the sides of the vessel. Pour the mixture on a plate coated with ghee. Allow it to cool for a while and then cut into square/rectangular shape. Let it be further cooled for an hour so. Take away the cut pieces. You will get very soft Mysore-Pak and certainly delicious if you are fond of sweets. (Keep away from diabetic members of the family!) You will get at least 20 pieces from a small cup of besan flour and then increase the quantity according to your requirement. During festival time, this sweet will be very easy for you to make and am sure friends will ask for the recipe.

Rate = 3.5 (Rated by 3 Council Members)

 
Response from: Anuradha Upadhyayulla,   
Council Member on Ammas.com
dear prema,here is the recipe for mysorepak

Besan Flour / Sugar / Ghee (Ratio 1:2:2 (OR) 1:2.5:2.5 - Optional) The second ratio is very sweet!

Method:

1. Sieve Besan Flour. 2. Powder Sugar in a mixie. 3. Warm Ghee on low heat. Let it not boil. Remove from fire, add besan flour and stir it till it is dissolved. 4. Keep a thick bottom vessel on fire (or even a pressure pan is ideal), put the sugar and add very little water to it. Sugar will dissolve and start bubbling. Add the besan/ghee mixture slowly to it and stir till it leaves the sides of the vessel. 5. Pour the mixture on a plate coated with ghee. Allow it to cool for a while and then cut into square/rectangular shape. Let it be further cooled for an hour so. Take away the cut pieces. You will get very soft Mysore-Pak and certainly delicious if you are fond of sweets.

Rate = 3 (Rated by 2 Council Members)

 
 
 
 
 
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