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Kubani Ka Meeta

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Kubani Ka Meeta Recipe, Khoomani Meetha , How To Make Kubani Ka Meeta Recipe

Khubani/ Qubani Ka Meetha is another famous Hyderabadi sweet dish made of dried Apricots & nuts. It is a popular at Hyderabadi feasts and weddings.

About Recipe

methai, inippu, Misti

How to make Kubani Ka meeta

(9 ratings)
21 reviews so far
Prep time
20 mins
Cook time
25 mins
Total time
45 mins
Kubani Ka meeta
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Apricot
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : June 11, 2018


Ingredients used in Kubani Ka meeta
• Water - 1 cup.
• Sugar - to taste.
• Apricots - 20 number.
Method:
  • Soak apricots in water for over night.Seprate seeds from apricots and keep it a side.Break the seeds will find nuts ( almonds) keep it a side.
  • Now take a pan add apricots and water let it boil for 15 minutes by closing with a lid.
  • After 15 minutes remove the lid mash apricots with masher or spoon then add sugar as per taste then nuts let it cook for another 5-10 minutes .
  • After 10 minutes transfer it in a bowl let it cool down can serve with ice cream or curstad,fresh cream.





Cooking with images madhur, Apricot , sihi







 

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hucky22 Posted on Sat May 09 2009

FedEx me some dude lol

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Stringer Bell Posted on Sat May 09 2009

This looks delicious! I guess I could substitute the custard with vanilla pudding are something along those lines? Thanks again chef =p

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leela57 Posted on Sat May 09 2009

where is the comment which i have posted

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jhon smith Posted on Sat May 09 2009

I have tried few of your recepies and loved them all. I love spicy food just like you. I hope you will keep adding more. God bless you!

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allush29 Posted on Sat May 09 2009

Thanx.

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catman72 Posted on Sat May 09 2009

Sanjay! you said you will go on a diet and help us go leaner!!! help...

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Csight Posted on Sun May 10 2009

...Apricot kernels are toxic. They contain a cyanogenic compound, and if eaten in excess WILL make you very ill. Please do not advocate their use.

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texichan Posted on Sun May 10 2009

That is only if they're eaten in excess, though. Even then, it's very rare for people to become ill because of the kernels - several cuisines use them in their dishes and it's no big deal. So as long as people aren't downing them like

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Csight Posted on Sun May 10 2009

The problem with "excess" is that physiological factors differ from person to person. The percentage of ingestion that is harmless to one person may be taken into the bloodstream faster by another person. Yet another may be more senstive to

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texichan Posted on Sun May 10 2009

Excess is relative in just about anything, though. He seems to enjoy the kernels quite a bit and I'm sure many others would as well - and most people would be fine with it. It might be more constructive to suggest that he mention possible side ef

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CaptainFrantic Posted on Sun May 10 2009

Om nom nom ... I'd definitely substitute sour cream for the custard. Also I'd be tempted to add in some cinnamon, cloves and or cardamom. Maybe just a pinch of mixed spice would do it. YOM.

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tell58 Posted on Mon May 11 2009

The apricots we get here look very different to what u have shown.The ones we get here are orange in colour.Can this be made with them too?

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