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Ingredients
to make Mysore Pak
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    Directions
    to make Mysore Pak
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  • 1)Take a wok and heat it up.
  • 2)Roast the gram flour until it becomes light brown in colour and keep it aside.
  • 3)Melt ghee in a bowl and mix the roasted or fried gram flour with ghee.
  • :- Make sure there are no lumps left.
  • 4)Take a thick bottom vessel. Put sugar and add little water to make sugar syrup(the consistency should be thread-thin).
  • 5)Next, pour ghee and gram flour into the sugar syrup and mix well.
  • 6)Let it come up for 1 or 2 times .
  • 7)Grease a plate with ghee and pour this mixture on it. Cut them in the shape of the diamonds.

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    paul
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    this is bitching in global scale. you girls will never change!!! are you tryin` to teach geography or posting correct feedback for the recipe so that people logging on could benefit from it! this is an excellent stuff; a must try thing++++++
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    blabla
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    i agree with madi.why u people commenting on these silly things..
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    Shweta
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    Geography says that Mysore is in Karnataka :-). Then why the Cuisne type is Andra? Can somebody please correct it
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    gayathiri
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    hi this is a wonderful recipie. i wonder how someone can call this recipie is from Andra.
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    padma
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    how one can say its from andra as the name goes mysore pak from mysore which is in karnataka!
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    sunitha
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    this is found in andhra thats why they mensioned anddhra no need to feel about this,that is not the issue here,ok
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    anitha
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    this recipe is very easy and tastey. but how can you call it as andra`s, as the name itself is mysore (karnataka dist.) pak. its an karnatak recipe.
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    indian
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    c`mon!!ladies,stop pulling at each others hair! shut up and cook
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    toni
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    this is a very good recipe
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    srivatsa
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    this method is traditional and works well enough.. however one or two important points are a: that the amount of sugar determines whether the mysore pak will turn out soft or hard.. more the sugar the softer it gets.. secondly; the final stage when you have to get it out of the heat is very critical and could make a disaster .. either make it into a guey mass or to fine charcoal powder ! I experiemented with a new method and have posted a video on youtube which is for people who are artistically challenged like me i think it might help people like me it is at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zJ4dil9KGNA
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    Satin
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    I think the recipe is quite good.But I dont understand why people argue for the orijin of this recupe rather than to comment whether it is good or not!Not able to see the face of the one who posted does not mean to type mean comments!!!!
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    madi
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    hey folks stop quarreling for interstate rights. isn`t pak and india fight not sufficient for u people. try to make some time to invent things rather than commenting on people who showed interest.
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    sinthuja
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    Kindly clarify the 3rd statement. When mixing the basen with gee, should the bowl be on the flam? Also it would be nice if you can include the amount of water needed to make the syrum.
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    Kannadiga
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    Hey Mysore Pak is from Mysore, Karnataka. I`m basicaly from Mysore and know this fact! However this is prepared and relished in entire South India. What difference does it make from where it is originated, given that it is so tasty? Enjoy maadi :)
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    Ravi
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    Hi, THe preparation method will lead to just normal Mysore Pak. for the first timer it may look excellant, Proportions are not appropriate the fist timer can just be happy they have made similar to Mysore Pak, and the one who presented the name andra may not aware of other state/places for the best Mysore Pak go to Sri Krishna Sweets save time and money and the best quality
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    jayashree
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    did u try this recipe before sending it, I don`t think so,horrible recipe.
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    savitha
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    horrible recipe,did u try this recipe before sending it,I don`t think so.
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    Shweta
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    Geography says that Mysore is in Karnataka :-). Then why the Cuisne type is Andra? Can somebody please correct it
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    Sandhya
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    This recipe didn`t turn out as I expected. It tasted more like Besan laddoo than Mysore Pak. The result was tasty but not mysore pak
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    r
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    As the name suggests, this is purely a Karnataka Recipe !! Not from Andhra. Can someone correct it ?? Thanks
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