Mysore pak is traditional age old sweet with rich flavor of ghee and Besan or gram flour. It is believed to be a royal sweet.. Now we prepare it for the festivals ..Deepavali is here so try this soft, melts in the mouth There are many different ways this mysore pak can be prepared, this is definitely a fail proof recipe. Every time you will get the soft Mysore pak ! This recipe is from my friend Shaila.
Mysore pak is a very popular rich sweet dish usually made out of lots of ghee and chana/kadle hittuOver the time this sweet underwent lots of modifications, now Mysore pak can be prepared with refined oil or ghee and oil. Another modification is using hurigadale/fried gram dal/putani flour /hittu to make this sweet dish. This is very easy to make and super delicious, tastes more like real Mysore Pak using gram flour. Here is the recipe.
Broken wheat payasa/Cracked wheat/ godhi payasa is another mouth watering payasa we will prepare during festival season. Navarathri, sharavana masa are very auspicious days and month we offer many sweet dishes to God. Payasa/kheer are one of the healthiest and delicious sweet dishes. This is very nutritious toddler and kids food
We wish all our readers a Very Happy Ganesha chaturthi. May God Ganesha bless you all with good health and ample wealth.
Ganesh Chaturthi or Vinayaka Chaturthi is one of the most important festivals in Karnataka. Traditionally, it is celebrated by almost each and every household. Ganesha – god of removing the obstacles, before the beginning of any good deeds we pray Lord Ganesha and then start the work. We offer Ganesha, his favorite dishes like Modakam, chakli, Black chana usli/Sundal, kadubu and this Panchakajjaya. Pancha kajjaya can be prepared with chana dal, moong dal also with puffed rice/Aralu on Ganesha festival, or if you are doing Gana homa, ganesha pooja at home.. Pancha means five and kajjaya means sweet. Pancha kajjaya is a sweet with 5 ingredients.