This is the list that does not even need an explanation. I mean who doesn’t love, nice tasty sugar rush every once in a while? So, if you are one of the proud owners of the sweet tooth then, it will do you good to check out these sweet teeth and love deserts.
- Sheer Khurma
Nothing spells Eid the way Sheer Khurma does which is served on the morning of Eid day in the family after the Eid prayer as breakfast, and throughout the day to all the visiting guests. It is very popular throughout the Indian subcontinent and Central Asia.
Without Sheer Khurma, the festival comes out to be the incomplete one. It is the best saviors and sweets among all other. That’s the sole reason; it is regarded as the most popular desert among all.
- Kaddu ki Kheer
Kaddu ki Kheer is truly an amazing sweet dish with bottle gourd cooked with thickened milk, sugar and then served, garnished with elaichi and chopped dried fruits onto it.
Kaddu ki Kheer is also referred to as Gil-e-Firdaus. This is famously served in Hyderabadi weddings in small earthly containers chilled and also made during Eid festivals. It is purely perfect and simple recipe to try out this festival season.
- Double ka Meetha
Double Ka Meetha is a popular desert from the Hyderabadi cuisine – this one is packed with true Hyderabadi richness. The desert is made from deep frying bread slice & then soaking them in the hot milk inculcate with cardamom and saffron.
The name of the dist is originated from “Double Roti”, which is particular term for milk bread. It is well topped with dry fruits and raisins. Double Ka Meetha is like the Mughlai desert Shahi Tukda in the context of texture and taste.
This sweet dessert is yet another Ramadan special – the delicious desert Phirni. Usually made and served in clay pots, this fragrant rice and milk based dessert are a lovely treat for your taste buds.
It is a creamy milky desert or drink best served when chilled. Easy on the stomach, this flavor infused dessert is the one to gorge on after a heavy and delicious meal. It is served with chopped dry fruits such as kaju, badam, pista or can be simply served plain and yet it tastes luscious.
- Qubani ka Meetha
Khubani ka Meetha, or a sweet dish is made from dried apricots, which is popu;arly known as the Hyderabadi dessert that is particularly served at weddings and other traditional functions.Khubani ka Meetha is prepared by boiling apricots with chaashni i.e. sugar syrup until it blends into a thick soup-like consistency. It is then garnished with a dollop of fresh cream and served with a generous sprinkling of apricot kernels and paled almonds on top.
So, now what are you waiting for?
Get to Hyderabad & explore the sugary and syrupy deserts!