Agra pan sweet recipe

Agra Pan sweet – Meeta Paan Recipe

Agra pan sweet, recently we went to a function and we noticed a green colored sweet kept while serving food. And we (me and my husband) tasted it and it was in a flavor of pan and the shape of the sweet was in triangular. Me and my husband was in a deep discussion about the ingredients of the sweet. And finally came to know that it is made up of ash gourd with stuffed sweetened kova. It was really scrumptious and the every bite was really juicy and yummy. One fine day we tried that recipe but the output was not as we expected. And we tried almost 2 times, after many trials finally we made this recipe and the outcome was really good. Please check the detailed recipe with all the tips and tricks for making the perfect agra pan sweet.

Petha Recipe

About Petha Recipe | Agra Ka Petha Recipe: If there is anything that comes close to the popularity of Taj Mahal from Agra, it is the delicious and popular Agra Ka Petha, a popular Indian sweet from the state. It is translucent looking, soft, chewy and candy-like, eaten dry or dipped in sugar syrup (chashni).
One of the recent varieties of Petha, Pan Petha is widely considered to be the king of all Mithais (sweets) because of the sheer amount of genius which goes into its making. It is not just a dessert; Panchhi Pan Petha is so delicious that it is a treat to eat it! Its ingredients include pumpkin, sugar, Pan chutney flavor, Dry fruits, Gulkand and Coconut powder. Besides having an excellent taste, Panchhi Pan Petha is beneficial in keeping your mind cool and in the digestion of food.
In the agra pan sweet recipe below we stuffed homemade paal kova inside you can also stuff with mixed nuts with paal kova. We have not used any pan flavor we have just added rose essence.

Check the making of Agra pan sweet recipe in the video link

Homemade Paal kova

Agra Pan sweet - Meeta Paan Recipe

Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 20 mins
Total Time 40 mins
Course Dessert
Servings 5 people


  • 250g Ashgourd / White pumpkin
  • 150g Sugar / சர்க்கரை
  • 500ml Water
  • 1/2 tsp Rose essence
  • 1/4 tsp green food color


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