Double Ka Meetha

 Today we are starting with 1st week of BM 35. For this week I choose to cook Dessert, which can be served warm or chilled.  Hyderabad is popular for its  Dum Biryani with Mirchi Ka Salan and  to end the meal with yummy dessert "Double ka Meetha".

Double Ka Meetha is Dessert made with fried bread soaked in hot milk and sugar syrup with some dry fruits. This dessert is popular in Hyderabadi Cuisine, usually served during weddings or during Festive month of Ramadan and Eid. This rich and delicious dessert is good to serve after a spicy meal. Instead of soaking the bread in hot milk, I made rabri to to top the fried bread. Here goes the recipe....

We need:

Bread slices 6
Milk 2 cups
Sugar 1 cup
Water 1 cup
Elachi powder 1/4 sp
Ghee for deep frying
Dry fruits of  your choice 1/4 cup


Add water to sugar in  a pan to make a syrup.
In a non stick pan boil 2 cups milk on medium flame to make rabri.
Keep string milk in between so that it won't stick or burn.
Cut the edges of bread.
Now cut each bread slice into 4 pieces.
Deep fry in hot ghee till golden brown and keep aside.
In the same ghee fry the dry fruits and keep aside.
Now dip the fried bread pieces in sugar syrup.

Leave the bread in syrup for few minutes and remove.
Place then on a serving plate or tray.

Top it up with fried dry fruits.
Once the rabri is ready, pour it on the bread pieces.
That's it, yummy Double ka Meetha is ready to serve.

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GK said…
Thanks Sushma,
Me, Jasmine and Manjeet loved your special dessert.
GK said…
Thanks Sushma,
Me, Jasmine and Manjeet loved your special dessert.
Manjula Bharath said…
very veyr delicious and sinful double ka meetha :)
Pavani N said…
Super tempting dessert. Love it.
Pallavi Purani said…
Its been really a long time that I had this one. Must make it soon. Good one :)
Lovely recipe, reminded me of my childhood, we used to enjoy this a lot
Srivalli said…
That's one delicious dessert during winter!
Harini-Jaya R said…
Love this..I make this very often of course the low fat version!!
Sapana Behl said…
Lovely and favorite recipe ! Looks delicious ...
Archana Potdar said…
Wow this is great. I have to try this it out soon.
nandoos Kitchen said…
delicious and tempting dessert
Padmajha PJ said…
Really a rich dessert.Nice one :)
I have been seeing this sweet for the past few days and every time I see this I am drooling! Love it :)

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