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Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Sree Krishna Sweets Mysore Pa - My 200 th Post

  Happy to share with u my moment of joy.This is my 200 th post.Wanted to prepare some sweet for this joyous moment.So I prepared this mouth watering Mysore pak.Plz friends,take some sweet from my platter.I take this precious moment to thank all my friends and fellow bloggers for giving me their endless support.
  The original "Krishna Sweets " recipe calls for  besan: Sugar : Ghee in the ratio 1:3:3.But to reduce the calorie value,I have took 1 cup besan,21/2 cups sugar and 2 1/4 cup ghee + 1/4 cup oil.Addition of oil,has not altered the taste.If u want to have only ghee,then go ahead and have 2 1/2 cups of ghee.The sweet has to be mixed thoroughly and continuously till the end,if not u will not be able to get a super soft ,melt in the mouth type of mysore pa.This is yet another easy and tasty sweet.Rohith and H thoroughly enjoyed the sweet.It vanished in hours.So gal,give it a try ,u will love it.Will update the step wise pictures later.Cannot take ,as I  was busy mixing.


Ingredients:
1.Besan Flour                 -          1 cup
2.Sugar                           -           2 1/2 cups
3.Ghee                            -           2 1/4 cup
4.Oil                               -           1/4 cup
5.Water                           -           1/2 cup

Method:
* Take a pan, dry roast the besan flour,untill nice aroma comes out.Keep it aside.
* Mix the besan with oil and keep it aside.We have mixed the oil,to avoid lumps while mixing.
* Now in the same pan,add sugar and water.
* Let it come to a boil.Now the sugar syrup will start bubbling.
* Take a small pinch and expand the syrup.It should form a single thread.
* This is the right consistancy.
* Slowly add the  besan .Mix it while adding.
* From here onwards,dont stop mixing.Your hands shud be working till the end. I know its the toughest part.But the outcome is so perfect .
* Mean while heat the ghee ,slowly pour  it to the mixture.
* The mixture will start gulping the ghee and at one part of time,the mixture will start curdle like a thick halwa.Make sure it is thick enough ,by taking a pinch out and try to roll it like a small ball.It shud form a ball.This is the right consistancy.
* Pour the mixture in a greased pan and let it cool completely for 20 minutes.Then cut them into ur desired shapes and store them in a dry container.



 Note:
While adding the ghee,it should be hot.This will make the mysore pak a little softer.At any point of time ,dont leave ur hand from mixing .Since this is the first time,I used 80 gm cup to measure the ingredient.I got 12- 15 pieces.If u r using standard 240 gm cup,then u will get more pieces.
Updated note:
By mixing the oil to the besan,we need not want to mix the besan continously.We can have some rest ,because now its easy to mix well.


64 comments:

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Congrats on your 200th post,mysore pa looks so soft and amazing!

Prathibha said...

Might b it is just coincidence r wat??
I love krishna sweets mysore pa a lot...:)
My MIL has sent a box of krishna sweets Mysore Pa which I m enjoying eating every time I cross that place...urs look equally yummy n appetizing.:)

Prathibha said...

Sorry, forgot to wish u...
congrats on d successful 200th post dear..

Rekha shoban said...

looks perfect and yummy..nice click!

Raji said...

Congrats on your 200th post..the mysore pak looks amazingly soft and delicious.

Coral said...

Congrats on your 200th post....

I like mysore pak very much thank you for sharing recipe in simple way


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Kalpana Sareesh said...

Congrats on ur 200th post n many more to come!!! n am a die hard fan of homemade mysore pa its yumm n perfect..

asiya omar said...

Congrats savitha,mysore pa appadiyee vaayil karaiyuthu.

Priya Sreeram said...

heart congratulations savitha! hope u conquer many more sweet milestones ! my fav sweet looks swell !

Chitra said...

Congratulations!!!!!!! Thank you for the sweet recipe.

Priya said...

Congrats on reaching ur 200th post Savi..mysore pak superaa irruku, truly addictive and highly tempting..

Nandini said...

Congrats on the milestone! Mysore Pak reminds me of Chennai days...It looks very yummy!

Sharmilee! :) said...

Congrats for ur 200th post and the mysore pak looks so soft n melt in the mouth texture like krishna sweets...Perfectly done!

Fajeeda said...

yummy mysore paks ............congrats on ur 200th post......waiting for more...

Prathima Rao said...

Congrats on ur 200th post!! The mysore pa looks so soft & like they would simply melt-in-the-mouth!! Craving for some now :) Good luck to u for many more such wonderful posts..
Prathima Rao
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Hari Chandana said...

Congrats dear.. Mysorepa looks amazing and perfect.. Keep rocking :)
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Ms.Chitchat said...

Congratulations and best wishes on ur 200th post, looking forward for many more.

GEETHA ACHAL said...

வாழ்த்துகள் சவிதா...சூப்பரான குறிப்பு...

ரொம்ப நல்லா இருக்கு சவிதா...பார்க்கும் பொழுதே ஆசையாக இருக்கு...

Ramya said...

Congrats on the 200th post..and what a great way to celebrate it..Mysore pak looks soo delicious

Vimitha Anand said...

Awesome blend of flavors... Lovely color and the idlis look soft...

Vimitha Anand said...

Congrats on ur 200th post dear and the mysore pak looks so yumm

Shama Nagarajan said...

congrats dear...looks perfect

schmetterlingwords said...

Wow wow wowwww.... Mysore Pak looks lovely... Ohhhh.... how they wud melt in my mouth... I'm drooling.... I'm crazy abt Krishna Sweets Mysorepak.. Yours look softer than them... :-)

SravsCulinaryConcepts said...

congrats on ur 200th post and nice way to celebrate it !!

Mysorepak looks so tempting and very inviting !! Loved them !!

Krithi's Kitchen said...

Congrats on your 200th post and this is the perfect way to celebrate... The mysorepa looks so so soft and melt in the mouth style... Great job!

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Pari said...

Congrats on ur double century dear, the pak looks great.

FOODELICIOUS

Smitha said...

Congrats on ur 200th...wishing u many more! Nice to celebrate with mysore pak!....look delish!
Smitha
Smitha's Spicy Flavors

Reshmi Mahesh said...

Congrats dear...Mysore Pa looks awesome...just like the ghee mysore pa from chennai...Super yummy

Suja Sugathan said...

Congrats dear,looks perfect and yummy..super delicious.

G.Pavani said...

congrats dear on 200th post..wish u all the best.mysore pak looks delicious n soft..

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said...

Congrats dear on reaching another milestone. Mysore Pak looks mouth watering, the color, texture and everything :)

I am going to try to repro it as both my hubby and I love this :)

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said...

How many pieces of your size (in your pic), did you get from the ingredients you used?

sheril benedict said...

Looks great !! Superb blog ..have been searching this for a long time

Santosh Bangar said...

congrats yummy and inviting pak

Vidhya said...

Congrats on your milestone dear.Mysore Pa look superb.

S.Menaga said...

200 வது பதிவுக்கு வாழ்த்துக்கள் சவீதா...மைசூர் பாகு பார்க்கும் போதே நாவூறுது..நல்லா செய்திருக்கீங்க..

Panchpakwan said...

Congrats on your milestone..Mysore pak looks yummy and come so perfect. I want whole platter!!

Swathi said...

congrats on your 200th post. Yummy mysore pak.

SheenaBabu said...

Congrats on your 200th post....Mysoe pa looks perfect and yummy,,,keep the Good work going

aipi said...

Congrats dear on reaching this beautiful milestone- keep up the good work and posting awesome recipes!!
Mysore pak looks FANTABULOUS- will bookmark this recipe :)

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Rani acharyulu said...

Congratulation for your 200th post.Mysore pa looks so tempting my dear.All the best.

Only Fish Recipes said...

Congrats on reaching another milestone dear ! wow...mysore pak looks so delicious ! too tempting to resist !

Shanavi said...

Congrats Savi on ur 200 th post, catchy catchy pics..Mysore pa looks YUM , Hope u had a wonderful time njoying this sweet without me...rrrrrrr

R said...

congrats on achieveing such a big milestone! gr8 recipe to celebrate as well.

Suma Gandlur said...

Congrats!
Melt in your mouth kind, literally.
BTW, do you guys call it Mysore pa?

savitha ramesh said...

thank u gals, u make my day.
@ Suma, we will call both way,but Sree krishna sweets ,call them as "mysore pa"

Ila said...

congrats on ur double century post :) delicious mysore pak :)

Kitchen Flavours said...

Was talking about this with Prathibha in the day earlier....this looks deliciously yum....Congrats on hitting that milestone.....wish you many more yum posts to come...

saffronstreaks said...

congrats on your 200th post
mysore pak is looking melt in mouth kind... thanks for sharing the tip for making it soft, bookmarked

USHA said...

Sweet looks so delicious and yummy...so tempting...

Now Serving said...

what a sweet milestone - congrats savi and wish you many more - Mysore paak looks delicious!!

Torviewtoronto said...

congrats
yummy way to celebrate

Jaleela Kamal said...

Congrats on your 200th post,
mouthwatering yummy mysore pa

Saras said...

Congrats dear..Keep rocking..Delicious Mysore pa

Kurinji said...

Congrats Savi and keep rocking.....
Mysorepak looks so soft and yummy....

Biny Anoop said...

congo dear.....pak looking gr8

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Ambreen said...

Congratulations dear on your 200th post. Keep up the great work! Mysore Pak looks awesome, and it so easy to make! I would like a piece, please :)

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Anonymous said...

Its the perfect mysorepak recipe. i tried it out today and got astounding result.. good work :)

- Sukanya

akilaashok said...

hi savitha ur mysore pa was super. today i tried ur mysore pa i dont know where i went wrong when i put flour in the syrup it turns into lumps it became so hard but the taste was awesome can u pls tell me y it happened thank u

Savitha said...

Thank u sukanya for trying this .

Savitha Ganesan said...

Hi Akila ,Thanks for trying out this recipe.Here are some of the reasons,where you would have went wrong.
* Have you sieved the besan flour before adding it to the syrup ?
* Have you any where stopped stirring the mysore pa ?
* When the consistaqncy is reached for the mysore pa,we should pour it immediately in the pan, to prevent getting lumps.

If you find these reasons are not enough,then you can check this link for the detailed & step wise pictures of making mysore pa.

http://savithakitchen.blogspot.com/2012/11/step-by-step-pictures-of-making-sree.html

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