Mysore Pak – Diwali Special

Diwali is round the corner.. Diwali is incomplete without sweets.. This Diwali let’s try an all time favorite dish.. Mysore Pak. 


I have seen various recipes of this dish but I will be sharing the simplest way you can make this recipe. This recipe is tried and tested. You can never go wrong if you follow this recipe. I can assure you that. 


Let’s get started. 


Ingredients:

Besan or Kadala maavu: 1 cup

Sugar: 1 cup

Ghee: 1 cup (melted)

Water: 1/4 cup


Method: 


Dry roast Besan for 10 minutes in medium flame till you get a nice aroma. Sieve and keep it in a bowl. 


Melt and add the ghee into the besan and mix it well so that there are no lumps. 


Take a baking tray or a container in which you are going to transfer the mysore pak. Grease it well and keep it ready. 

Now take a heavy bottom kadai. Add sugar and the water and let it boil. Boil it till you get one string consistency. 
Now add the besan and ghee mixture into the kadai. Remember to always keep the flame in medium. Now keep mixing till the mixture started bubbling and starts separating the pan. 
Now transfer it to the greased tray and after 5 minutes cut it into desired shape. Refer picture.

Once the mixture starts cooling it ll get harder. You will get around 10 to 15 pieces in this recipe. 


Enjoy Diwali with this yummy sweet. 
Wishing you all a safe and happy Diwali.. šŸ˜Šā¤

Published by Gowri Arun

I am Gowri Arun. My page intends to give you quick and easy recipes without compromising on quality and taste. Do check my recipes. Happy cooking.. šŸ˜Š

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