Desserts

Mysore pak - a sweet

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Mysore pak is a sweet made during the Deepavali/Diwali festival in India. It is loved by all. This sweet is very rich and can be consumed by t hose who would like to put on weight.

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1. Kadala-mavu - gram flour - 2 glasses

2. Sugar - 5 glasses ( same glass used to measure the flour)

3. Dalda/ghee/clarified butter - 250g

4. Water - enough to make sugar syrup
Take two big kadai/woks and keep it on fire. In one pot, put the sugar and water- enough to soak the sugar. Stir slowly so that the sugar dissolves and a sugar syrup is made. The solution must be sticky enough so that it forms a ball like consistency when tested in water. Meanwhile put +Dalda /clarified butter in the other pot and heat it. Slowly add the gram flour and mix it in the hot clarified butter. It will now look like a smooth yellow paste. Switch off the fire. When the sugar syrup is ready, slowly add the flour mixture to it and stir without stopping. This stirring process usually takes about an hour and should be continued till the mixture leaves the side of the pot. Then switch off the fire and immediately transfer the mixture onto an even plate greased with butter or dalda. Spread it evenly and sprinkle sugar if needed. Cut the +Mysore-pak into diamonds or squares as desired. Some people also put milk powder or condensed milk to enhance the taste but it will not last long.
Nutritions

Calories
66

Sodium
67mg
2% DV

Fat
0.57g
0% DV

Protein
1g
3% DV

Carbs
14g
4% DV

Fiber
1g
7% DV
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