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.
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.
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.