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A Hyderabadi Sweet made from Dry Apricots
Published On: 10 Jun 2003
hindi: Cheeni / Shakkar
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Wash and soak the apricots for 3 hrs. Drain off the water.
Add fresh water and boil the apricots till soft.
Remove from flame and drain off the water.
Mash the boiled apricots and remove the seeds and keep aside.
Pass the pulp through a sieve so that the fibrous portion is separated from the pure pulp.
Put the pulp in a container and heat it till a boil or two. Stir continuously.
Add sugar and mix well.
Heat for a further 2 minutes.
Remove from flame.
Pour it in a serving container.
Refrigerate after cooling.
:- Serve the above with Vanilla Ice Cream. It can also be served with fresh cream with some vanilla essence in it.:- Qubani ka meetha can be stored for 3 days in refrigerator.:- The Apricot seeds have almonds in them. You could break open the seeds and use the almonds to top the dessert before serving.
Nice and easy sweet dish to make
its too good.....very tasty. thanks for the recipe
so...good .do u hve some other receipes in desserts ????
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