Mysore Pak

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Mysore Pak also know as royal sweet,  that originated from the Mysore Palace , in the state of Karnataka, India.  Made of Chick pea flour, ghee/clarified butter and sugar is served as a dessert after a meal. Click here to read more.

I don’t eat much of sweets but I can’t stop myself from not eating this most amazing Indian sweet!

You need –

  • Besan/Chick pea flour – ½ cup
  • Sugar – 2/3 cup
  • Ghee – 185 grams
  • Water – ¼ cup
  • Almond essence – ¼ teaspoon

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How to –

Grease a pan/cake tin/plate with ghee and set aside.

Heat 1 tablespoons of ghee in heavy bottom pan and add the besan.  Dry roast till the raw smell is gone and make sure that the flour does not burn or brown. turn off the heat and sift the flour to ensure there is no lumps. Set aside.

In a pan, bring the water to boil and dissolve the sugar over low heat. Once the sugar has dissolved; continue to boil till you the sugar syrup reach a string consistency.

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Add the  almond essence and stir till well combined. Add the besan gradually and mix well. Once the mixture starts to thicken add the remaining ghee and cook for about 4-5 minutes or till the mixture thickens; stirring continuously. Make sure not to brown the mixture.

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Pour the mixture into the grease pan and once the mixture is warm cut into desired shape.

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19 thoughts on “Mysore Pak

  1. I just made some Besan Laddo last night and could not stop eating them… now you show me these pictures and I am so tempted to make mysore pak… I love indian sweets… Yours look so perfect… melt in the mouth kind !!! YUMMMY 🙂

  2. Mysore pak looks awesome yellow crumbly melt in the mouth kind. I might have to make with atleast with I kg flour to satisfy my craving.I love the white plate but knowing ur style I miss the brass plate and flowers.

  3. This one string consistency kinds of scares me and pushes me away from wanting to try mysore pak… looks so yum, I’m trying to get myself some courage to make it by myself… soon, hopefully… 🙂

  4. I have never tried it..but I love having it..makes me nostalgic when I think of mom when she used to make it for us…I shall try it soon

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