Traditional Mysore Pak - A Crunchy Confection

in Happiness is Homemade

Mysore Pak History: It is believed that traditional Mysore Pak was first discovered by late chef Kakasura Madappa, who was working in the Mysuru kingdom centuries ago. When Kakasura Madappa was preparing sweets for the royal family, he tried his hands in preparing a new dish with gram flour, sugar syrup, ghee, and cardamom powder and presented it to the then ruler Krishnaraja Wadiyar IV who has named it "Mysore Pak".

This crunchy traditional Mysore Pak is a confection that is prepared with fried gram flour, sugar syrup, ghee, and water. From Mysore, a city in Karnataka this sweet has become popular across South India and in other nations. Now it is available across all sweet shops. The upgraded version of this Mysore Pak is the Ghee Mysore Pak which is prepared with abundant ghee which melts once we put a piece inside our mouth. But, still the craze for the crunchy traditional Mysore Pak is there for many people. This sweet is still served in weddings and other events.

During festivals, we as kids sit with our grandmothers to prepare this sweet and enjoy helping them in making it. We feel content and proud, when we eat those sweets as we helped in preparing it. However, in modern days due to the change in the family environment, we are not getting those moments and we purchase these sweets at the shops. Though sweets from shops taste good, it doesn’t match the taste of homemade sweets. Also, we have doubts of the quality of the ingredients. However, you can still get the homemade traditional Mysore Pak made with high quality ingredients and pure cow ghee from us.

Over 35,000+ customers trust our quality and taste, as it is made and monitored by the chefs who has experience for decades in preparing these sweets. Enjoy the crunchy homemade traditional Mysore Pak from Sweet Karam Coffee and bring back the memories & homemade taste. 

Order Mysore Pak Online with Door delivery across India and Travel Back in Time to your Golden Childhood Days relishing our delights that taste just like your Grandma's preparation.

 --Article by Maharajan

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