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Double Ka Meeta

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Double Ka Meeta Recipe, Double ka Meetha Recipe, How To Make Double Ka Meeta Recipe

Hyderabadi famous sweet, with bread, also called as sahitukda is one of the must served recipe for Indian weedings.

About Recipe

Hyderabadi double ka meetha Recipe, Rotti inippu, Pauruti Misti

How to make Double ka meeta

(104 ratings)
128 reviews so far
Prep time
15 mins
Cook time
20 mins
Total time
35 mins
Double ka meeta
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Bread
Servings : 6 persons
Published date : July 30, 2018


Ingredients used in Double ka meeta
• Pista - 1/4 cup.
• Lime juice - 4 drops.
• Cahsew nuts - 1/2 cup.
• Ghee or fresh oil - to fry.
• Milk - 500 ml.
• Safron color - 1 pinch.
• Cardamom - 3 numbers.
• Water - 2 cups.
• Sugar - 2 cups.
• Bread - 10 slice.
• Almonds - 1/2 cup.
• Dated - 1/2 cup.
• Raisins - 1/2 cup.
Method:
  • Cut bread into halves of the triangle and let them dry overnight, fry in ghee till golden brown.
  • Make sugar syrup flavored with cardamom and few drops of lime juice and saffron color.
  • Make rabdi with milk (slowly boil milk till it is reduced to 1/4).
  • Take fried bread soak in sugar syrup for few seconds and remove.
  • Put all nuts and dry fruits over the sweetened bread and pour over rabdi serve warm





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Exportlover Posted on Mon Dec 10 2007

looks so good Chef. I will try this for dessert tomorrow.

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Marian52 Posted on Mon Dec 10 2007

Wow! That looks delicious but very, very rich! You said that you are disappointed that most of your audience are women.....I am disappointed that most PAID, PROFESSIONAL cooks are men.

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yoursnilu Posted on Mon Dec 10 2007

wow sanjay, u took me again to my home town with this wonderful dish.... i have a question, can i toast the bread in the toaster instead of frying it in ghee...i have to watch my family's cholesterol. Please reply. Thanks

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animemab Posted on Mon Dec 10 2007

I guess im in that 2% of your audience.

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RainaDragonfire Posted on Mon Dec 10 2007

yummy I love Double ka meeta. thanks!!!

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bsksongs Posted on Sun Mar 23 2008

thanks for posting delicious recipe....i think you statistics are wrong...there are lot of male adience for your all your videos....just like me....

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scapula0002 Posted on Fri Jul 25 2008

man the first time i ate DKM, was at a restaurant in Minneapolis called kebobs....it was awesome, i will make this dish tonight.....oh BTW, i would say 40% of ur audience are men!

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BehindtheBurner Posted on Fri Oct 10 2008

Yummy

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tripleterrific Posted on Sun Oct 12 2008

i was searching everywhere for this recipe...thanks man....God bless you.... I miss Hyderabad..:(

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tripleterrific Posted on Sun Oct 12 2008

eat it with ice cream when it is warm and you can see heaven on earth.....also you can add some kesar(saffron) and milkmaid in the milk after reducing

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Yettobefamous Posted on Wed Oct 29 2008

My comment is an ode to men getting more active in the kitchen...whether I can follow through and actually make this, well that's another story.

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sajjith77 Posted on Fri Jan 23 2009

thanks sanjay-reminds me of good old days of hyderabad and love this sweet-my all time fav

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