Mysore Pak | How to make Mysore Pak

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ByShyamala Kumar
Created on 14th Nov 2015
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  • By Shyamala Kumar
    Created on 14th Nov 2015

About Mysore Pak

A quick and easy recipe for Mysore pak that are soft and melt in your mouth!

Mysore Pak, a marvellous creation to spice up your day. Mysore Pak is one dish that no matter how much the stomach might be full, you just can't stop yourself from having a bite. The relishing flavours, the appealing texture and the amazing aroma absolutely is just mouth-watering. The aroma which arises while cookingMysore Pak is just too tempting. This amazing recipe is provided by Shyamala Kumar. Be it kids or adults, no one can get away from this delicious dish. How to make Mysore Pak is a question which arises in people's mind quite often. So, the answer to this question is the simple yet exotic recipe by of Mysore Pakby Shyamala Kumar. This recipe can even be tried by beginners. A few secret ingredients in this recipe just makes it the way it is served in restaurants. Mysore Pak is just the appropriate recipe to serve as many as 20. The cooking time for this delicacy is not much. So, the next time you have a get together or a night party at home, don't forget to check and try out this recipe. It's that one delicacy that everyone's definitely going to love it!

  • Prep Time0mins
  • Cook Time20mins
  • Serves20People
Mysore Pak

Ingredients to make Mysore Pak

  • Besan- 1 cup
  • Sugar- 2 cups leveled
  • Water- 1 cup
  • Milk Powder- 1\4 cup
  • Ghee-3\4 cup + 2 tbspn (if required)

How to make Mysore Pak

  1. Dry roast the besan on a low medium flame till a nice aroma develops, make sure the colour doesn't change. Seive the flour to remove the lumps if any.
  2. In a thick bottomed kadai, add sugar and water, make the syrup till it reaches a soft ball consistency.
  3. Sprinkle the flour and milk powder gradually over the syrup, stirring continuously till it gets blended well with the syrup.
  4. Once it gets thickened slightly, add the hot melted ghee, 2 tbsp at a time. Keep stirring over a low medium flame.
  5. When the besan mixture is frothy with lots of bubbles and starts leaving the sides, transfer it immediately to a greased plate.
  6. Level it using a flat bottomed cup and cut into pieces. (For the above given quantity, we get 20 medium sized pieces.)
My Tip: The sugar syrup consistency and the final stage are important to get the mysore pak soft. If these are overdone they will become hard.

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