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Am back with a Yummy Sweet Recipe for SNC Celebration - Mysore Pak

Hi Dears....

Back to my favorite world of Blogging after a long break because of my bro’s wedding, which happened on September month. Had a great lovely time for 3 months in shopping, invitation distribution, parties, wedding ceremony and Reception. Unfortunately my break continued all these months because of my leg injury which happened last month and still suffering :( Really missed my cooking and blogging all these days…
Hopefully I should be back to normal in few days and start my regular cooking. Have to thank my mom and cousin sister who took great care of me all these days. I really feel blessed with the beautiful people around and have to thank few of my blogger friends too who encouraged me with their supportive words when I was down and completely lost.
The one which I missed a lot all these days is SNC Challenge by divya pramil. Every 1st of month will be very interesting and excited to know our challenge recipe.. Time really flies and its been one year now…And am really very proud and happy to be part of this group. Her recent celebration post was so inspirational to try out all missed out recipes… Really wanted to try all my missed out recipes so far from both teams but unfortunately my health did not co-operate. Still I did not want to miss the golden opportunity so tried the ever first snc challenge and sweet recipe “mysore pak” from divya’s culinary kitchen. It’s a south Indian recipe but still I wanted to try it out for my hubby who loves this sweet very much.



And the first thing I got amazed from the SNC Challenge is Divya's Patience. I just love the way she succeeding her event and I wish her all the very best and wish to have an SNC Meet after completing our SNC 2nd Anniversary :)
Hope to continue my challenge from this month.... Thanks all for being so kind and I request you all to continue the same support as you all did.



Happy Anniversary "SNC" and its celebration Time with Yummy melting Mysore Pak !



Ingredients :
Besan/ Gram flour - 1/2 cup
Oil - 1/4 cup
Sugar - 1 cup
Water - 1/2 cup
Ghee - 1/2 cup (approximately)

Method:

Grease the plate with ghee and keep aside.
Mix oil and besan without any lump.
In a pan, mix sugar and water. Boil them to get the required consistency of syrup. When you drop syrup in a bowl of water, the syrup should not get dissolved.
Now add the besan mixture to the sugar syrup and mix well.
Stir continuous to avoid the formation of lumps.
Add ghee little by little and continue stirring till the mixture changes in texture and color. And the mixture should start leaving the edges.
Transfer the mixture to the greased plate and cut in to desired shape when it is warm.
Cool and store it in a air tight container.



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Comments

  1. welcome back dear...lovely mysore pak

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  2. Welcome back akka.super to start ur journey.cheer up dear

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  3. hey how are you priya.. i didnt know you had leg injury.. how are you doing now.. yes we are blessed to have mother who always take care of us :)
    BTW mysore pak looks too good dear

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  4. Mysore pak has come out perfect dear love it :) looks superb

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  5. Mysore pak looks so perfect. First time here. Happy to follow u. do check out my blog when u find time

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  6. Good to see you back, hope you're feeling better now. Delicious treat for sweets lovers :)

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  7. thanks for dropping by at my space, nice to discover ur blog too..Mysore pak looks scrumptious.

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