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Mysore Pak

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About Recipe

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How to make Mysore Pak

(126 ratings)
179 reviews so far
Prep time
30 mins
Cook time
30 mins
Total time
60 mins
Mysore Pak
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Gram flour
Servings : 4 persons
Published date : December 09, 2016


Ingredients used in Mysore Pak
• Water - 1/2 cup.
• Gram flour - 1.5 cup.
• Ghee - 2 cup.
• Sugar - 2 cup.
Method:
  1. Mix besan gram flour with little ghee and sieve.
  2. Take sugar in thick bottomed saucer, add water and let it boil to form sugar syrup till it comes to a soft ball stage.
  3. Melt the ghee in a bowl.
  4. Now add the gram flour gradually to the sugar syrup and stir it all the while so that no lumps are formed.
  5. Then add the hot ghee to the flour and stir it continuously till the mixture starts bubbling.
  6. Continue this process till all the ghee is consumed and there is a pleasant sweet roasted aroma.
  7. Pour the mixture into a greased tray and Cool a little and cut into squares.
  8. Separate the squares when completely cooled and enjoy your Mysore Pa

Note:
Keep in low flame while stirring.
Store in an airtight container to retain its freshness and crispness.






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  • tina bhore

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   2015-01-16

Guru ji pls tell the measurement of sugar , basan, oil n ghee ............... ?

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  • Abdullahil Kafi

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   2015-02-02

My fav, loved it so much at my childhood. ?

 
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  • baljeet kaur madaan madaan

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   2015-02-26

thanks chef for this beautiful video. I love your style of explaining every thin...


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  • naimisha narayana

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   2015-03-05

 
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  • Kokila Dharshini

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   2015-03-18

Like like?

 
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  • HOney cOOL

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   2015-04-12

Yummy ?

 

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  • Pushpa Panjwani

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   2015-06-03

I burnt my mysore pak..never dare again..hatts of to u.?

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  • bhaskara reddy

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   2015-06-15

 
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  • Gaurang Vesmawala

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   2015-06-25

give proportion of sugar, besan, oil + ghee?

 

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  • Nila Patel

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   2015-06-26

I made  it and it turned out really good , just like it is suppouse to.Thanks.?

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  • Adarsh GUPTA

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   2015-06-30

Awesome chef! When u said, "let me try one piece", my immediate respon...

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  • Safia Ahmed

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   2015-07-02

VahChef, you didn't mention the reason why to take half oil and half ghee?  ...


 


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