Mysore Pak Recipe

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    Mysore Pak Recipe – How To Make Mysore Pak

    Mysore Pak is the most popular sweet from south India. This delectable sweet is very easy to make at home. All you need is chickpea flour, ghee and sugar. This delicacy and traditional South Indian sweet is really rich and can be prepared for festivals or any special occasion. Everyone will devour this mouth-melting mysore pak for sure.

    Store it in an airtight container and have it whenever you crave for something sweet. Making Mysore Pak required loads of patience and constant attention. If you follow the steps mentioned below, you end result will be surely same. This sweet dish is enjoyed by one and all! Enjoy.

    Directions

    Getting ready:

    1. Strain chickpea flour through a sieve to make it lump-free.

    Making:

    2. Prepare sugar syrup by heating heavy base pan and mixing sugar and1/2 cup water to it. Let it cook until the sugar dissolves completely. Take a drop of syrup in a plate and press it between fore finger and thumb. See if a string of syrup forms between the fingers. Sugar syrup is ready.

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    3. Take chickpea flour in a bowl and add half amount of oil. Mix it well to make a paste. Melt ghee in another pan, when ghee melts completely add remaining oil and allow them to heat.

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    4. Add chickpea paste to the sugar syrup followed by green cardamom powder and keep stirring continuously. Make sure chickpea paste doesn’t stick on pan.

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    5. Pour heating ghee in the chickpea sugar syrup mixture little at a time with a spoon using one hand and with other hand keep stirring chickpea. Keep flame on low or medium while stirring. Tasty Mysore pak is ready when chickpea starts rising, color will change a little.

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    6. Grease a plate with ghee and pour steaming mysore pak to it. Tap the plate to level it.

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    7. After cooling for 5-10 minutes, cut mysore pak according to your choice. When it sets completely, separate the pieces. Delicious mysore pak is ready to serve.

    mysore pakServing:

    8. Serve mysore pak as a dessert after the meal. Store remaining mysore pak in an air tight container.

    Suggestions

    • Stir chickpea mixture on low or medium gas. Move spatula all the way around on pan so that nothing sticks to the pan.
    • Ghee used for pouring during stirring chickpea mixture should be very hot.
    • To make perfect mysore pak, stir fastly while it rises and as the color changes take it out on a plate.
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    Recipe type: Dessert
    Cuisine: Indian
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    Serves: 4
     
    Ingredients
    • Chickpea flour – 1½ cup (150 grams)
    • Sugar – 1½ cup (300 grams)
    • Ghee – 1 cup (200 grams)
    • Refined Oil – 1 cup
    • Green cardamom powder – 1 tsp
    Instructions
    1. Strain chickpea flour through a sieve to make it lump-free.
    2. Prepare sugar syrup by heating heavy base pan and mixing sugar and1/2 cup water to it. Let it cook until the sugar dissolves completely. Take a drop of syrup in a plate and press it between fore finger and thumb. See if a string of syrup forms between the fingers. Sugar syrup is ready.
    3. Take chickpea flour in a bowl and add half amount of oil. Mix it well to make a paste. Melt ghee in another pan, when ghee melts completely add remaining oil and allow them to heat.
    4. Add chickpea paste to the sugar syrup followed by green cardamom powder and keep stirring continuously. Make sure chickpea paste doesn’t stick on pan.
    5. Pour heating ghee in the chickpea sugar syrup mixture little at a time with a spoon using one hand and with other hand keep stirring chickpea. Keep flame on low or medium while stirring.
    6. Tasty Mysore pak is ready when chickpea starts rising, color will change a little.
    7. Grease a plate with ghee and pour steaming mysore pak to it. Tap the plate to level it. After cooling for 5-10 minutes, cut mysore pak according to your choice. When it sets completely, separate the pieces. Delicious mysore pak is ready to serve.
    8. Serve mysore pak as a dessert after the meal. Store remaining mysore pak in an air tight container.

     

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