Luscious Ghee Mysore Pak at home
Mysore Pak or Mysore Paak is one of the the most popular dishes of Karnataka. Made often in rectangular shapes, these semi-solid and sometimes porous sweets are extensively prepared during festivals and occasions. Made of gram and ghee, this recipe is eaten widely during Dussehra in Mysore.
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Mysore Pak Ingredients
- 2 Cups gram flour
- 2 Cups ghee
- 2 Cups sugar
- 1-1/2 Cups water
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- Lets us start with melting the ghee and keep them, aside.
- Take a pan and add little ghee to it. Now add the gram flour and fry gently on low flame. Make sure that you do not burn them.
- Also they try to stick to the bottom of the pan. So stir fry them in continuous intervals.
- Let the mixture turn light brown so fry till that. Once done keep them aside.
- Now take a heavy-bottomed sauce pan to that add sugar and water. This is to make the sugar syrup.
- Keep boiling till the sugar mixture until it turns into sticky syrup.
- Now in intervals add the gram flour and put them over medium heat after adding it.
- Keep stirring continuously. Now add in the remaining ghee (if you or a ghee lover or like the taste of ghee you can add more, however ensure you do not overdo them).
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- Then mix thoroughly, it will start to turn into a smooth paste. Now wait for the mixture to start leaving the corners.
- Once it does so, take it out and transfer them into a tin or tray.
- Don’t forget to spread ghee in the tray or grease them with hot ghee so that that mixture paste do not stick to it. Grease in more ghee.
- Now you can cut them into squares or triangles using a sharp knife. Once you it come to room temperature. The Luscious Mysore Pak is ready to be eaten.