Khubani Ka Meetha

Made with apricots and sugar, this dessert hails from Hyderabad and is often used in combination with Vanilla ice cream. Khubani/Qubani means apricots in Urdu.
I ate one of the best in a restaurant called ' Waterfront' on Necklace Road in Hyderabad. Very well made with just the right amount of sweetness...That was the best. This is a try to mimic that.

1 box Turkish Apricots; I got them in Fresh Market. They are dark brown unlike the regular ones which are golden yellow in color
1 cup fine sugar
1/2 - 1 cup of water
1 tsp cardamom powder
1/4 cup blanched almonds
  • Soak the Apricots in water overnight.
  • Heat a pan and place the soaked apricots in the pan
  • Stir in the sugar and add half a cup of water and cook until it is saucy, about 20 min.
  • Stir the mixture occasionally
  • Add more water as necessary just to make it similar to tamarind pulp, Don't add water if it is of the right consistency
  • Add the Cardamon powder and mix in the blanched almonds
  • Cool it down
  • Serve it over a scoop of cold vanilla ice cream
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Love,
Shri

10 comments:

Hari Chandana said...

OMG !!.. Looks so tempting and perfect.. really amazing job dear.. thanks for the recipe.. :)

Abhilash Pillai said...

I had this last time from a hotel few kilometers away from the hi-tech city.

I liked it and I even purchased it for my colleagues.

Nice to read the recipe.

Padma said...

WOW Kavita. Lovely color of the sweet. Looks tempting.

Pavani said...

That looks super delicious.

Sayantani said...

thats an alltime fav with vanilla ice creams at the sides. awesome.

Priya said...

YUmmmm, fingerlicking khubani ka meetha..

Bergamot said...

wow this is a fantastic recipe. the tangy sweetness of the apricot will go well with the icreams. I just love the smell of dried apricots... hmm I am gonna try this.

Apu said...

Yumm!! I adore this dessert!!

Divya Vikram said...

Sounds tangy n mouthwatering!

Sailaja Damodaran said...

Mouthwatering.....

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