Aug 4, 2014

5 Mins Microwave Mysore Pak Recipe / Microwave Mysore Pak Recipe



Mysore Pak a time involving sweet and of course lots of ghee involving sweet too..I have a recipe of melt in mouth ghee mysore pak recipe here. I make them occasionally, say during festival season like diwali.. But sometime i crave for that and when i finish making it and have a small piece, the sugar and ghee content stops my craving immediately and i feel satisfied..


Recently one of my friend shared this recipe with me. I was quite surprised to see it, because i never thought that i can make this utterly delicious sweet in less than 5 mins and the most surprising element is this dish has just half the amount of ghee too and you dont have to bother with making sugar syrups..


She also told me that this tastes like adyar ananda bhavan mysore pak. This made me to try it immediately and even though it didn't taste exactly like that, but it closely resembled that and just melted in my mouth. This mysore pak keeps its soft texture(a little hard it got) after it cools too. Loved it to the core and i highly recommend you to try this out..


Preparation Time : 2 mins
Cooking Time : 4 mins
Makes : 12 to 15 slices

Ingredients:

Gram Flour / Besan / Kadalai Mavu - 1/2 cup
Icing Sugar / Confectioners Sugar - 1 cup
Ghee - 1/2 cup
Milk - 2 tsp

Method:

Grease a plate with ghee and set aside.

Sieve gram flour, so there is no lumps present. Set aside till use.

Now in a microwave safe bowl, take 1 tblspn of ghee and add in the sifted besan and mix well. Microwave it for a min and mix this well. Remove this mix to a plate.

Now in the same bowl, take the remaining ghee and pop it in the microwave for 30 sec. 

Now remove the melted ghee from microwave and add in icing sugar, milk and gram flour. Give this a good mix.

Now pop this in the microwave and cook for 1 min. Remove it and give a mix and put this again the microwave for 1 mins. 

Now the mix will be little foamy. If you find it not that foamy and airy, pop that in microwave for 30 more sec.

Now the mix will be correct consistency. Pour the whole mix in a grease dish and smooth it slightly.

Allow it to cool down for 10 mins. Slice and serve.

Notes:

1)This recipe is to be done in microwave, so no asking substitute for them.
2)Icing sugar is what gives the corect consistency i think, but you can try using powdered regular sugar too.
3)My microwave has the highest power of 800 watts. I cooked it for a total of 2.30 mins. If your oven has high temp, cook it only for 2 mins.
4)Dont over cook it, if you do cook. It will turn brittle and ghee will separate from this.
5)Sieving gram flour is important, it will get rid of the lumps.
5)Remove the pan every 1 min and give it a good mix. 

Pictorial:
Take all your ingredients

This recipe calls for a cup of ICING SUGAR

Grease a pan with ghee
take gram flour in a sifter

sieve and set aside

take a micrwave safe bowl

add a tblspn of ghee

add in the sifted gram flour

mix well

put this in microwave and cook for a min

mix well 

remove this to a plate

in the same bowl

add in remaining ghee

pop that in microwave for 30 sec

now it is melted

add icing sugar

milk

mix well

add in gram flour

and mix well

pop it in microwave and cook for 1 min

remove it out

give a mix

pop again and micro for a min

now it is looking a little foamy

mix well

this need another 30 secs or so
so i poped that in microwave and cooked it for 45 sec

now it is done

look at the foamy texture

Transfer it to the plate

Smooth it slightly

now let this cool

i let it cool for 10 mins

cut it

and serve

This just melts in your mouth


52 comments:

  1. Can we use normal powdered sugar

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  2. Looks.super easy to make ..... And too.delicious to resistaa

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  3. Looks tempting and I am going to do now and will tell you the result

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  4. very tempting..goin to try..i am following ur blog since 2 months..u r just a great cook..keep up the good work

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  5. Wow microwave soft mysorepak.. Looks yum. Have bookmarked will try soon

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  6. Thanks 4 easy method to make mysorepak.

    I tried its v good

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  7. Tempting...surely I will try ths

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  8. Tried this today....tastes good but the texture turned out to be grainy...where did i go wrong ?

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  9. @AnonymousHave you sifted the besan, it shouldn't have lumps when you mix it with sugar and ghee.

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  10. I tried it today and it was super yum...thnk u so much sissy..

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  11. I tried it today. Taste was very yummy. But only thing is remain semi solid not able to cut into pieces. Where did I go wrong?

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  12. @Anonymousyou should have cooked it for few more seconds so it will reach the right consistency

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  13. Hi Aarthi,
    I am following you almost daily. Your recipes are so good and tried yours many time. But Mysorepak is a big challenge for me. I dont have Oven. I tried your previous post of mysorepa. It is in semi solid only. I was continuously stirring. and once it became tight, i transferred to a plate. then also it remained the semi solid. I dono where i did mistake.

    Also, I wish to make badhusha. Can you please post that recipe too?

    Thanks.

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  14. Hi Aarthi,
    I dont have oven. so, i tried normal one from ur post.. but it came as semi solid only.. dono where i did a mistake.
    Also, can u pls post me Badhusha recipe and more sweets recipe

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  15. @AnonymousYou have removed it before it reached right consistency. Pour it back into the kadai and cook for little more time till it is frothy. So it will set

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  16. I tried this today and it came out very well..Thanks for the recipe Aarthi.

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  17. Hi Aarthi,
    I tried this recipe today and it came out sooo well :) :)...Thanks a lot...

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  18. Hi Aarthi,

    U r recipes were easy to follow.. gonna try this today...u r really a super cook...

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  19. Why is that the colour not as orange as the end product when it was microwaved...fault of photographing or it that how it appears in real ?

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  20. @HariIt is photograph issue, i took that pics in low light

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  21. I tried this recipe today. It came well. Thanks for the easy following recipes.

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  22. Hi aarti ... I tried dis recipe .... it turned out to b gud .... bt its bit chewy ... whr did I go wrong....

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  23. Can ww use normal or grilled corn for this?if so how to do preheating steps

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  24. @leela choudharyu have under cooked it, cook it for few secs more..

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  25. hi , i want to know that we should cook only in microwave mode or only grill or combined

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  26. My Mysore pak became powder.. Didn't give shape .. Where did I go wrong....

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  27. My Mysore pak became powder.. Didn't give shape .. Where did I go wrong....

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  28. @VARTHINI Su have over cooked it, reduce the cooking time.

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  29. @Anonymousu have to cook this in microwave mode only

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  30. fantabulous receipe Aarthi.

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  31. Hi Aarthi, Can i use signoroware or tupperware to make this? Dont have microwave safe bowls yet

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  32. @Anonymousn i dont suggest plastic. oven safe glass is best

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  33. Can I use normal sugar for this recepie?

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  34. @Vidyanot sure..because the orginal recipe calls for icing sugar. try using normal one, it will work. but powder it finely before using

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  35. Hi Aarthi, thanks for this excellent and easy recipe. I made it today and came out very well .

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  36. Hi
    I tried it today.
    Ghee got separated during the last but one step.I mixed it and microwaved for the last minute. It looked foamy and I put it on the plate to cut. It had burnt a little and also it turned out hard.
    What went wrong? the pieces are hard like chikkis.

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  37. @Sahanau have over cooked it..Just reduce the cooking tme next time..each oven will vary

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  38. Mine was crumbled akka..i followed as pee yur timings..bt it does came lyk foamy at d end rathrr it was lyk crumble..y??

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  39. @umamahiEach microwave varies, so decrease the timing next time. if u over cook it will crumble

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  40. Hi I tried it today it's really yummy but I have little raw smell of gram flour. Where I made a mistake?

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  41. @Anonymousi think ur gram flour is not roasted well.

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  42. Hello Aarthi luv yr recipes. Finally got myself to try te microwave Mysore pak. I have a 1000W microwave. Microwawed te gram flour fr 1 minute with 1 T ghee. Unfortunately only at the end when I tasted, it seemed to taste raw. Is there anything that can be done to salvage it?
    Definitely going to try it again.
    Thank you for sharing
    Gracy

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  43. Hi Aarthi ka.. I have tried this recipe 5 times . and all 5 times it was a sooper Dooper hit. My only concern is I am planning to make this for my daughter's first birthday but I need to make it in more quantity. Is it possible to make with same timings??

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  44. @Anonymousnot sure. it will more time i think

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  45. Made it today,,,turned out good

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  46. I have made 5-6 times and all the time it has come excellent :) thanks aarti for this quick easy peesy recipe.I have doubled the quantity couple of times and it took couple of mins more.. but turned out equally good.

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  47. Hi aarti thanks for the recipe... I tried today n its a big hit...my husband finished in a bulk..

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