Ghee Mysore Pak is one of the favorite sweets in our family. Krishna sweets in Tamil Nadu sells world best Mysore Pak, it just melts in your mouth. I tried lots of Mysore Pak recipe but I never achieved something similar to Krishna sweets. I thought this recipe also a flop, luckily it turned out really soft and almost same to our favorite Krishna sweets shop Mysore Pak. The main ingredient in this recipe is chickpea flour aka besan flour / gram flour. The actual recipe is from VentunoHomeCooking YouTube channel.
Let’s see the procedure,
[recipe title=”Ghee Mysore Pak” servings=”5-6″ time=”30mins” difficulty=”easy”]
|Gram flour/besan||1 cup|
|Ghee||for frying the flour and greasing the plate.|
Place a wide pan over medium heat, add ghee once the ghee melted add the flour and fry for 3-4 minutes. Transfer the roasted flour into a bowl, allow it to cool for 5 minutes. Now sift the flour into a bowl and add melted ghee, using whisk mix it well. Place a pan on medium heat and add the sugar and water, stir it until the sugar completely dissolved, once the sugar reached one string consistency add the flour and ghee mixture. Stir it well and cook till the mixture leave its sides to add extra ghee if needed. Now pour the mixture into a greased plate. Once it cools down a bit cut them into desired shapes and serve.