Take sugar in a mixie jar and grind to a fine powder and set aside. Sieve gram flour and set aside.
Take a microwave safe deep glass or ceramic bowl. Add sieved gram flour, 1 tbsp ghee and whisk well till gram flour resembles like bread crumbs.
Place it in microwave and cook at high for 1 min (mine is 900 W) so that the flour gets roasted well.
Remove the bowl and whisk vigorously and transfer the roasted flour to a plate.
To the same bowl, add ghee, powdered sugar, milk and whisk together.
Add roasted gram flour and whisk well to combine.
Place the bowl in the microwave and cook at high power for 1 min.
Take the bowl out. The mixture will look full of bubbles. Whisk well.
Cook again for 1 more min at high power and take it out.
The mixture would have sunk in and will look porous.
Whisk well once again and cook for 30 secs.
Take the bowl and immediately transfer the mixture to a ghee smeared container.
Level the top with a ghee smeared spatula or with a flat bottomed bowl.
Let it cool completely to room temperature before slicing with a sharp knife to your desired shape.
Microwave Ghee Mysorepa is ready to enjoy.