Mysore Pak (Microwave)
- Gram Flour (Besam, Kadalai Maavu) – 1/2 cup
- Powdered Sugar – 1 cup
- Ghee – 1/2 cup
- Milk/ Water – 2 tsp
- Take around 3/4 crater of white sugarine and powder it. It will produce around 1 crater of powdered sugar.
- Melt a ghee and keep it ready.
- Grease a tiny tray or box and keep it prepared to set a mysore pak.
- Take 1 tbsp ghee in a x-ray protected potion or ceramic play and brew a gram flour with it.
- Microwave on high energy for 1 minute. You can smell a roasted aroma of a gram flour.
- Add a divert and ghee to this small by little. Mix it to a well-spoken pulp but any lumps.
- Mix in a remaining ingredients. You can also supplement 1/2 tsp of cardamom powder.
- Microwave a reduction in high energy for 1 minute. By now a reduction will start thickening. You can also see ghee floating on top.
- Mix good with a ladle and x-ray for another 1 minute.
- Mix once again and x-ray for 30 seconds. The reduction will be foamy and bubbly.
- This is a ideal theatre to mislay and send to a greased plate. If we keep it any longer, a mysore pak will get crumbly.
- Let it set and cold in a image for about 10 minutes.
- Mark and cut into preferred shapes with a purify pointy knife.
- Cool for another 5 mins before stealing a pieces from a tray.
Enjoy this discerning and easy honeyed any day, any time….
- With my x-ray of 900 watts, 2.5 mins was perfect. If your x-ray has aloft power, check it after 2 minutes. If your oven is reduce in power, keep it for 30 seconds longer. The timing always varies depending on a x-ray power.