Melting Mysorepak | How to make Melting Mysorepak

By Sumithra Prakash  |  3rd Mar 2017  |  
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  • Melting Mysorepak , How to make Melting Mysorepak
Melting Mysorepak by Sumithra Prakash
  • Prep Time

    10

    mins
  • Cook Time

    10

    mins
  • Serves

    5

    People

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About Melting Mysorepak

From school days I used to try mysorepak, inspired by my amma's preparation. Its one of the easiest, delicious sweet. This recipe I got from a friend in a food group.

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Melting Mysorepak

Ingredients to make Melting Mysorepak

  • Besan flour – 1 cup
  • Melted Ghee - 1 ¼ cup
  • Sugar – 1 ¼ cup

How to make Melting Mysorepak

  1. In a bowl add besan flour, half cup of hot melted ghee and mix well without any lumps to a batter consistency.
  2. Grease a shallow plate with ghee and keep aside.
  3. Place a heavy bottom or non stickpan on stove and add sugar, water. Heat until the sugar syrup reaches one string consistency.
  4. Once sugar syrup reaches one string consistency, add the besan flour ghee mixture to the sugar syrup and keep the flame low.
  5. Add remaining ghee little by little and keep stirring the mixture continuously as to avoid getting burnt at the bottom.
  6. When the white bubbles starts appearing and ghee starts leaving sides of pan, remove immediately from flame and pour it into the greased plate.
  7. After the mixture cools to room temperature, slice them into desired shapes and transfer to a container.

My Tip:

Syrup consistency is an important process. don’t miss it , over heating the sugar syrup will make the mysore pak harder, whereas under heating will make the mysorepak very watery that you cant even slice them ,so take care of consistency. After adding besan flour mix to sugar syrup keep stirring the mixture , if you miss it even for a second you will get burnt sweet and also you will miss the bright yellow colour so take care. You can replace ghee with oil too but to get real krishna sweets mysorepak you need to add ghee..

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Sheetal Sharma9 months ago

Wonderful recipe!
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