Double Ka Meetha Recipe
Double Ka Meetha is an Indian bread pudding and is a specialty of Hyderabad. It is a rich dessert and is worthy of some special occasions.
It is made out of sliced bread, milk and sugar. It is a bread pudding dessert made of bread slices which are fried and then soaked in some warm milk in which saffron and cardamom are also added to enhance the flavor of the dish.
Ingredients For preparing Double Ka Meetha
- 1 loaf of bread
- Milk 2 litres
- Sugar 500gms
- 5 strands of saffron
- Crushed cardamom 1tsp
- Khowa 250gms
- Pitted dates 250gms
- Blanched almonds 100gms
- Oil enough to fry the bread slices
Method For Preparing Double Ka Meetha
- Cut the corners of the bread and make 4 square pieces out of each slice.Set a side for few hours to let them dry.
- Take 2 cups of milk and add saffron strands to it.
- Heat the oil and fry the bread squares until golden brown. Arrange them in a lagan (a flat shallow pot).
- Add milk and, sugar to it and let them cook on a low flame for about 15 to 20 minutes or until milk is completely absorbed by the bread and the sugar has dissolved.
- Arrange the pitted dates and almonds on top of the bread and then pour the saffron milk and sprinkle the cardamom powder.
- Finally garnish with crumbled khowa and some condensed milk.
- Leave it for cooling.
- Your Double ka Meetha is ready to get served.
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