Sunday, November 29, 2009

MYSORE PAK & an update after 20 days!



I'm back! :) with a bang from a 3 week shopping + no internet + a dead laptop charger scenario at home  :) A big thank you to you my dear readers for still being interested in my blog :)
I have to be honest that inspite of me travelling extensively in the last few weeks, I still managed to cook/bake a lot of stuff but I'm having a huge sugar craving right now hence none came out into the limelight :)

Mysore pak was something I always wanted to try and I did last year...before I started my darling blog. But the end result was bitter and what not! And you wouldn't believe how upset I was with the result...and Aparna knows the rest! I am still so sorry :)

But no matter how many days,weeks & months passed by, it was one thing that I wanted to perfect upon...and I did it! YAY! Thank you Aparna & Srivalli for helping me out with the one-thread consistency for sugar. You see, twitter SOS works like a charm! :)

MYSORE PAK
You can check Aparna's blog for the recipe


For all those who have never attempted making this sinful Indian sweet at home, please go ahead ! This recipe is a marvel! My pics haven't done justice to the ghee-yellow colour the sweet had. It does look a bit dry on the outside, but when you bite into it...it just melts in your mouth!

9 Comments:

Rohini said...

Looks perfect buddy!! Wish to have some right away!

Malar Gandhi said...

LOoks too good, lovely snap...

Divya Kudua said...

Welcome back sweetheart..you were missed!!

Mysorepak looks divine,but I don't know if I would ever gather courage and attempt it!!Kudos to you for trying it again:)

Btw,I really feel bad that we couldn't meet:(

Sanjana said...

Great job, Ria! Beautiful pictures!

Aparna said...

Looks perfect, Ria. Now you can have it whenever you want. :)
And yes, that's how my mysorepak is (and we love it this way) dry to look at but melt in the mouth. :)

And I think it is time you let "that" go by. I certainly have. :)

s said...

lovely pics...looks tempting indeed!

Avanika [YumsiliciousBakes] said...

Welcome back!! Missed having you about!! This looks delicious, though I haven't ever tried it. And I really want to know the story behind this!! What is it???

Twinsy Rachel said...

Welcome back dear..U were missed!!!! despite knowing u were away, I had chked ur blog every day :) Am glad the dish came well n u overcame the failure!!! clap clap clap!!! while reading if u feel a pat on ur shoulder, itz me :) catch u on GTalk (waiting to know about ur shopping spree)

Laavanya said...

That looks downright perfect. Hope to give this a shot sometime.

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