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Marathon#23 under Traditional dish theme for 1st days. This is my first time to
try this type of cuisine in my kitchen. It’s yellow color and roasted aroma, really feel good…. and in taste too.
is made of generous amounts of ghee (clarified butter), sugar and gram flour.
was first created in the kitchens of the Mysore
Palace by a palace cook named
Kakasura Madappa out of the above ingredients. The cook at the Mysore Palace
kitchen simply made a concoction of besan, ghee and sugar. The sweet that was
formed delighted the royalties so much that it became a “Royal Sweet”.
When asked its name, Madappa obviously didn’t have its name, so he simply
called it the ‘Mysore pak’, a delicacy from the Mysore Palace. The king
relished the sweet so much that he got Madappa to set up shop outside the
palace grounds so that it could be made available to common people.
|mix roasted flour & ghee|
the roasted gram flour with one cup clarifying butter and cardamom powder in
one string consistency.
add remaining melted ghee slowly- slowly in pan and mix well. Keep stirring continuously.
Keep flame in low and mix well.
little yellow and thick. Now grease the plate with little oil or ghee.
or square shape.
with following events:
Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#23
1st Anniversary event hosted by Siris Food.com and 60 days to Christmas Event hosted by priya
Christmas Cook Off event hosted by Food-o-mania
WTML event hosted by Nitubala