When my daughter was in Hyderabad, the Eid recipe that was there on most papers was ‘Double Ka meeta.” Somehow, I thought that it was a very complicated dish.
Double I realized was the word for bread and double ka meetha was pudding made of bread. From the all the recipes that I read, I realized dry fruits, and milk condensed, or rabdi were the dominant ingredients. Here is my version.
4 slices of bread,
400 ml Amul basundi.
Amul ghee for deep frying.
Dry fruits roasted and coarsely bounded.
- Slice the bread into triangles and deep fry to golden brown. Keep aside.
- In a broad-based tray or dessert bowl pour in 200ml of Amul basundi.
- Arranged the dry bread on over this. Now pour the remaining 200ml of basundi.
- Top with dry fruits coarsely pounded and elachi.
- Chill for 30mnts minimum before serving.
This is a good dish for kids to try out. Particularly if you have a microwave, the toasting can be done in the microwave and then layering can be done. It becomes a no fire dish.