First make sugar syrup-
In a pan add sugar and water on medium heat, and mix till sugar dissolves.
After 5-6 minutes the syrup will develop a one string consistency,for checking you have to put a drop of the syrup between your thumb and index finger and move the fingers apart, you will notice the syrup forming one string/thread.
Method of making ghevar-
Take ghee in a big bowl ,than take one ice cube and rub the ghee vigorously.
Again repeat the same process by taking one ice cube at a time and rubbing ghee till it becomes very white.
Now add the 1-2 tablespoon of milk,1 cup of flour and 1 cup of water.
Beat it using a hand mixer, and beat till it becomes smooth batter.
Again add 1-2 tablespoon of milk,1 cup of flour and 1 cup of water and beat well.
Repeat the same process and finally add yellow food colour and beat well.
Add more water if required, batter should be fairly thin ,it should run off easily when poured from a spoon.
Now heat ghee in a deep pan.
Once the ghee is super hot, pour batter from a height of at least 6-7 inches using a ladle.
Pour batter little by little in a constant flow into center of the pan The batter will sizzle up and spread immediately.
Wait for a minute and then pour another ladle in the center of the pan wait few seconds and then using a elongated utensil, remove some batter from the center so what you get a hole in the center to lift the ghevar once it's done.
Pour 2 more ladles of batter, repeating the same step again of making hole in middle.
Let it fry until it turns light brown in colour.
Once the ghevar has turned to brown in colour, means it is cooked now.
Take out ghewar with an iron skewer inserted in hole. Lift carefully, at a slant, and place on wire mesh to drain.
Now place it on serving plate and drizzle evenly with warm sugar syrup or you can dip ghevar in the sugar syrup too it's up to you.
Sprinkle some chopped dry fruit on it and enjoy.