Ingredients (Translation)

1 cup Bengalgram Flour (besan)
2 1/2 cups to 3 cups Sugar
1 cup Ghee

Sieve the bengalgram flour.

Add a little water to the sugar and make a sugar syrup of soft ball consistency. To check if it is done, drop a little bit of the syrup in a cup of water and try to roll it. If you can easily make it into a ball, the consistency is right.

Add the flour little by little to the syrup and keep mixing well to avoid formation of lumps. Also, heat the ghee in another vessel simultaneously and keep adding that too. Keep mixing well even after you add the full quantity of flour and ghee till the mix starts frothing.

Now, transfer this to a greased tray and spread it well. Leave it for about 3 minutes and cut using a greased knife to the required shape.

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Asha said...

Perfect slices!! YUMMY EC, good one, enjoy!:))

Lissie said...

soo yummy! delicious mysorepak... i am drooling :D

Rina said...

I did the same this weekend. Will post on it. Your slice look perfect.


yummy ...i love mysore paks..can i grab one

Happy cook said...

Love the MP. I too posted it this week

KayKat said...

Ahh ... an old favorite - reminds me of all the times my grandma made them for us!

Looks like yours have the perfect consistency, that's always so hard to get!


Hmm...home made mysore pak...It should be tasting divine...:))

easycrafts said...

Thanks a lot for the compliments Asha, Lissie, Kaykat

@ Rina .... thanks, waiting to see your version

@ Shanti .... u can have the entire plate dear

@ Happy Cook .... Sweets are everywhere in the blog world now because of the festive season...i have seen ur version too...they look perfect

@ Raks Kitchen ... it was very tasty, but no more stock for me to enjoy.

Meeta said...

These really look great!

Anonymous said...

yummy.looks perfect.i am going 2 try this out.

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