Mysore Pak

7:00 AM Chandra Karthikeyan 0 Comments

  • Gram flour - 75 grams
  • Sugar - 200 gms
  • Ghee - 250 gms
  • Water - 110gms
  • Before starting the cooking process, take a plate and grease it nicely with ghee or butter because mysore pak tightens in few minutes.
  • Heat ghee in a separate pan in a medium flame because hot ghee should be added to cook mysore pak.
  • Heat sugar in water until it forms one string consistency.
  • Now add gram flour and start mixing it without lump.
  • Now add 1 tbsp of ghee at a time, keep it mixing all the time.
  • When the mysore pak mixture starts leaving ghee, immediately transfer it to the greased plate.
  • After 5 minutes, cut mysore pak into pieces.
  • When it cools, store mysore pak in a jar.
  • Note: Instead of 250 gms ghee, you can use 100 gms vanaspathy and 150 gms ghee.


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