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The dessert Double Ka Meetha loosely translates to Indian bread pudding. It is made with fried bread slices that have been soaked in a creamy rich milk mixture and topped with nuts. This Double Ka Meetha recipe is a popular dessert in Hyderabad and is related to Shahi Tukda, a popular Awadhi dessert. A popular Hyderabadi dessert that gets its richness from saffron milk and dry fruits is a palate pleaser. If you enjoy dessert, you'll love this one. It's not only tasty, but also simple to prepare. It will undoubtedly be a hit with both children and adults. This Hyderabadi specialty will provide the perfect ending to an elaborate meal.
This quick Double Ka Meetha recipe is ideal for serving on Ramadan . However, many people avoid making Double Ka Meetha at home to avoid messing themselves as it is a tedious task. Fortunately, you don't have to be worried! You can make this simple Double Ka Meetha recipe at home during Ramadan because it only requires a few ingredients. Learn how to make Double Ka Meetha at home using Nestlé MILKMAID.Show more > Show Less >
NOTE: It is better to use one-day-old bread than fresh bread as it will absorb less ghee while frying.
When stored in an airtight container, it will keep in the refrigerator for 3-4 days. Serve chilled or warm for a few seconds in the microwave before serving.
Yes, instead of deep-frying the bread, you can toast it. Brush the slices with ghee and toast until crispy and golden. The dessert will not have the same flavour as a deep-fried version, but it will be wonderful anyway.