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October 20, 2011

Mysore Pak Recipe - How to make Mysore Pak | Diwali Sweets

Mysore Pak / Mysurpa (Soft Version)
Ingredients :

Besan / Gram Flour: 1 cup
Sugar : 2 cups
Ghee : 2.5 cups

Method :

1. Dry roast the gram flour in a heavy bottomed pan till the raw smell disappears and its turns a light brown color. Remove from the heat and set aside.

2.Combine the sugar and little water in a heavy bottomed pan and place over low flame. Stir until the sugar dissolves completely, then add the roasted gram flour and 1/4th cup of ghee and mix very well to avoid any lumps.


3. Keep stirring continuously. Add the ghee little by little while stirring the mixture.

4. When the mixture starts leaving the sides & bottom of the pan, turn off the flame.

5. Immediately pour the mixture on a greased tray and shake the tray gently to spread the mixture.

6. Cool a little cut into desired shapes. Let them cool completely and store in a airtight container.

7. Serve a sweet snack.


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32 comments:

  1. This looks so perfect and delicious...

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  2. Mysore pak looks divine, so tempting and here I am trying to avoid sweets till Diwali, ur making it really difficult:)...
    Btw, I have never seen so many laddoo recipes anywhere. All of them seem great...definitely gonna make one this Diwali.

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  3. Omg, super delicious excellent looking mysorepak..stunning.

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  4. Looks just like Sri Krishna Sweets mysoorpa! :P :P

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  5. Looks delicious and love to see this kinds fully packed trays with sweeets...drooling

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  6. Looks super delicious.......perfect for Diwali....Bookmarked.

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  7. Sweets are irrestitable...This looks so moythwatering.yummy !

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  8. Irrestitable...Perfect sweet to enjoy the light festival and lovely click too..

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  9. wow perfect mysore pak,luks so tempting n delicious...

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  10. Wow,Luks better than store bought ones..

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  11. perfectly rich and delicious festival sweet.

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  12. Though i am not a big fan of this....love to nibble a little...looks yum...

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  13. Hi,

    The Mysore Pak looks mouth watering. Makes me want to take a bite out of this one.

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  14. I would call it truely sinful indulgence..looks divine..

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  15. looks absolutely delicious. Wish I have some :)

    Trendy Relish

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  16. Mouthwatering mysore pak...Looks so much like the famous Krishna Sweets one.

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  17. looks so tempting! i always thought it was very complicated to make mysore pak... u make it seem so easy!

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  18. A perfect shaped mysore pak looking so tasty and yummy:)

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  19. Looks really nice and my husband loves it.

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  20. So perfectly and professionally done...you could send this to the festival event happening at our space..
    Krithi's Kitchen
    Event: Serve It - Festival Potluck

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  21. mysore pak looks so delicious...wow..such a nice click.....can feel the taste in that..very nice..

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  22. Superb .. Teach me to make some

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  23. wow, they look so perfect n yummy, just like store bought ones..maybe better than those :)

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  24. looks so yum n makes me hungry...love it !!!

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  25. i like your food pictures and want to invite you to try out tastingspot.com. it's for anyone that just wants another place to submit photos and share it will other foodies.

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  26. Hi Hari, wish you a very happy Deepavali. Mine has already begun off with a good start because of your Mysore Pak. I tried it this evening (Saturday) and it has come out very well. Even though I bake a lot, I don't make Indian sweets because I feel that it's not as easy as mixing and pouring things and putting it in the oven.

    This recipe seemed pretty simple and I decided to give it a try and I'm so happy that I did it because it came out absolutely perfect. Thank you so much for this wonderful recipe. I have heard people saying that making Mysore Pak is very different which has stopped me from trying this all these years. I'm not hesitant anymore. I think another advantage for me was the electric range as against the gas stove. Unlike the gas stove, things don't get hot/cooked pretty quickly, which is an absolute blessing for recipes like this. As soon as adding the roasted gram flour it did start to form lumps which worried me quite a bit and I got the idea to use a potato masher to keep stirring the mixture which also broke down the tiny lumps. Great one Hari. I'm definitely going to keep making this every Deepavali. Thanks once a again.

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