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Priya’s Mysore pak

Priya from Little Rock, Arkansas, regular reader of this blog, kindly sent me this photo of Mysore pak she made for Deepavali following THE recipe.

Priya's Mysore Pak for Diwali

Mysore Paks, the silver plate and kumkum bharani – so pretty, I love them all, Priya. Thank you so much for sharing the festival sweets with us!

Posted by Indira©Copyrighted in Mitai,Zen (Personal) (Tuesday November 1, 2005 at 8:42 pm- permalink)
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  1. I love the photos of all the Diwali festivities. Forgive me if I am spelling it wrong. It is fun to learn about the holidays from another country and then visit some blogs from that country and seeing what different people are doing to celebrate. Happy Diwali to all.

    Comment by Kalyn — November 1, 2005 @ 10:55 pm

  2. That is beautifully cut mysore pak (great recipe is the reason) and nicely plated too.

    Comment by mika — November 1, 2005 @ 11:20 pm

  3. Wow! Way to go Priya. Those mysore pak look perfect. I’ve never made Indian sweets before, but Indira, your recipe looks manageable. Maybe next festival.

    Comment by Brett — November 2, 2005 @ 12:12 am

  4. Hi Indira,

    Came here while bloghopping. You have a wonderful blog, with lucid descriptions and beautiful pictures. Plan to try out a few of your recipes. Will post about my experiences, if you dont mind.

    Cheers and hope you had a great Diwali!

    Comment by J — November 2, 2005 @ 2:18 am

  5. Hey Priya,

    Your mysore pak looks awesome. You have plated nicely. Yum Yum.

    Priya, california

    Comment by Priya — November 2, 2005 @ 2:41 am

  6. Indira: The stuffing was awesome…no doubt about that.

    Comment by Anyesha — November 2, 2005 @ 9:28 am

  7. Kalyn.. Thanks for the wishes.
    Don’t worry about the spelling.Deepavali and Diwali both are correct.(If you are interested to know more about Deepavali, check out this link.)

    J.. Thanks and wishing you the same.

    Anyesha… I am relieved:), Thanks!

    Comment by Indira — November 2, 2005 @ 10:16 am

  8. thanx kalyn, mika, brett, j , priya .. all the credit goes to indira.. i have tried most of her recipes and they turn out to be awesome… her step by step process and simple recipes are great. I’ve been cooking for 10 months now .. and my cooking has always been messy and it turnsout a flop show most of the times .. and since no one is here to teach me i just browse to get recipes.. and most of the sites i have seen doesnt help for beginners like me.. indira’s website has been a great help to me .. now my cooking has improved and its pretty neat too :).. and i love all the links of her indian food bloggers.thanx indira

    Comment by priya — November 2, 2005 @ 10:44 am

  9. Priya.. Thanks for your kind words and the photos. Glad to be of any help. Have a great day.:)-

    Comment by Indira — November 2, 2005 @ 12:50 pm

  10. I am of the opinion that you should start teaching cooking classes, Indira. I think that you would be a very excellent hands-on instructor and I think that you would be very patient with students.

    Indira says
    Coming from you, that’s really a compliment. Thanks, Barbara!

    Comment by Barbara — November 3, 2005 @ 1:21 am

  11. hi priya this recipe is realy nice.

    Comment by bichitra nanda saran — December 5, 2006 @ 8:57 pm

  12. pls anyone inform me the recipe of milk mysorepak.

    Comment by madhu — April 28, 2007 @ 7:31 am

  13. hi priya,

    Wow! Your mysore pak looks awesome, good appreciated..

    from India, HYD

    Comment by santosh — January 18, 2008 @ 6:53 pm

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