Mysore Pak/ Gram flour fudge

Mysore pak is a popular South Indian sweet believed to be originated from Mysore region of Karnataka. It is prepared with Gram flour, sugar, & Ghee (clarified butter). It can be stored for 10 days in airtight container.

Gram flour fudge

Here is a quick & simple recipe of Mysore pak which requires only 15 minutes. This is the  easiest mysore pak recipe that I have ever tried! There is no complicated procedure. I followed the original recipe from a Facebook group ‘Foodie’ which I follow the most. This recipe is from Savitha S. Bhat, who is a passionate cook & author of many value added recipes in the group!

Preparation & Cooking Time: 20 minutes
Serves: 25 pieces
Gram flour – 1 cup
Sugar – 2 cups
Ghee – 2 cups
Water – 1 cup

  • Grease a tray/ plate with a spoonful of ghee and set aside.
  • Take all the ingredients in a thick bottomed wok/ pan. Mix everything so that there are no lumps formed.
  • Switch on the stove on high flame. Stir the mixture continuously for 12-15 minutes. Switch off the stove when the frothy mix starts leaving the sides. It generally takes 15 minutes.
  • Transfer to the greased plate. Cut into desired shape when it cools a bit.
Serve fresh & store the left in an airtight container.

Mysore Pak
It is important to get the mysore pak out of heat on right time. If it is early, then you get the softer version. If it is late by 1-2 minutes, then you may not get the right pieces.


  1. I love Mysore Pak. This is a simple recipe. It looks easy and maybe I can make some

    1. Please go ahead and make them. It takes just 15 minutes. Thanks.

  2. Thank you for stopping by and for the knowledge that you have shared.


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