Mysore Pak

Mysore Pak is a traditional South Indian Sweet. Typically, it requires only three ingredients and little patience to stand near the stove. Initially, I thought doing mysore pak is a very big deal and can be only consumed from the Krishna Sweets ( typical shop I used to get it). But, once I got this recipe from my friend, I tried out for a diwali festival at my home. It came out really well that every one liked it so much. So, I thought of sharing the recipe here


Preparation Time : 5 mins | Cooking Time : 30 Mins

  • Gram Flour – 1 Cup ( 100 gms )
  • Sugar – 3/4 Cup (75 gms)
  • Ghee -1 Cup (100 ml)
  • Water as required


  • Heat a heavy bottomed pan, dry roast the gram flour for 5-7 minutes.
  • When the gram flour is getting roasted, will get a nice aroma of smell all around the house. Once it arrives, Switch off the flame
  • Sieve the gram flour into our taken ghee, mix well without any lumps and set aside
  • In the pan, add the taken sugar and pour the water.( I too 1/4 cup) Water gets dissolved and wait for one sting consistency( it is like a sting when you take a pinch of the sugar syrup between the tip of two fingers)
  • Now add the ghee-gram flour mixture in the sugar syrup and mix it well
  • Lower the flame.keep stirring it. Whenever the mix gets thickened, add a tbsp of ghee and stir it ( repeat it 3-4 times )

  • After some 12-15 minutes, the content gets separated from pan. Switch off the flame
  • Pour the content in a ghee spread out plate ( Apply ghee in a plate before hand) and spread out
  • Mark the pieces in diamond shape and set aside till it gets cooled
  • Ready to serve once cooled

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