Double Ka Meeta

"Double Ka Meeta" - This Indian Bread pudding is a specialty of Hyderabad and the name of which would many who have had it, drool like crazy. It is an immensely rich dessert and worthy of special occasions. Of course you can make it any other time too if you look like this or if you are a believer that "Weighing Scales are not a reflection of you" ;)

My first introduction to this dish was by a hyderabadi friend (Duh!) during my college days and it stuck to me since. Give this luscious pudding a try! Its another dessert which is really to die for :)

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  • Serves: 4 people
  • About 6-7 white bread slices
  • 3/4 cup sugar
  • 1 1/4 cup water
  • 3 cups milk
  • 1 cup evaporated milk
  • 1/2 tsp cardamom powder
  • few strands of safron
  • 1/2 cup mixed nuts ( pistas, cashews, slices almonds and chiroli(sara paruppu) seeds)
1. Cut the bread into quarters.
2. In a skillet add some ghee and then toast these Slices
3. Turn them when golden brown
4. Prepare the sugar syrup by adding the sugar and water in a skillet until it thickens. remove from heat and add the cardamom powder.
5. Warm the milk and evaporated milk together and add saffron strands to it.
6. Arrange the bread slices in a deep pan,
7. and pour the sugar syrup over it.
8. Now pour the milk mixture over it.
9. Garnish it with toasted nuts and saffron strands.

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By N Kumar on Jul 25, 2011

It was so easy..just follow the correct measures of the way Awesome website

By Cheruba on Mar 22, 2011


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By archana das on Jan 12, 2014

fatima - it is strange to ask how to make poppy seed paste here , but then u must be really desperate! it is very easy , i always make it . soak poppy seed say 3-4 heaped tablespoon and soak it in warm water, not hot water, for 2-3 hrs , then grind it in mixie, initially it wont happen leave it, do some other work , then from time to time give it some more grinding ,suddenly u wud find it done ! it takes almost 10 wirls approx. dont worry if it takes more time, but trust me it wud be done. :lol:

By yogita kumar on Jan 4, 2014

Thaankyou for sharing this recipe, just fell in love with it when tasted at SWAGATH RESTUARANT in dubai. Surely going to try this. :)

By haritha on Jun 14, 2013

:lol: :lol: :-D

By Shweta Vaidya on May 31, 2013

Thank you so much for the recipe. I had this when I was in Hyderabad for industrial visit & had loved it though it was very much sweet but didn't know the name of the dish yet neither how was it made. :roll: 8) :oops: But thanks for the recipe. Going to make this soon :mrgreen: :lol: :wink:

By ramya on May 18, 2013

yummy loved it prepared todayyy :wink: :-D :-D :-D :-D

By Fatima on Feb 15, 2013

this might be a non relavent question.if you can mail me how to make poppy seed paste,i tried different grinders with no good result,i just cannot get it right,my monster in law always is nagging about it.,thanks

By Anu on Jan 11, 2013

How long will this dish last in the fridge after cooking?

By Richa on Nov 17, 2012

nice recipe :wink:

By ayesha attiya on Nov 17, 2012

i dont know how to cook... i came across your site looking for a simple recipe that did not require for me to go to a culinary school... and believe me when i say this.. ur site is when i decided that i had struck gold! i live in pakistan and this is the third recipe from your site that i have made and my husband has (who is a knit pick by nature where food is concerned) loved everyone of them! thank you so much for making my life easier.

By Anu on Nov 2, 2012

i have been searching diff reciepes since an hour ..found many interesting...i have made DOUBLE KA MEETHA earlier but wasnt satisfied by it myself.Today after following ur steps my reciepe turned out lots of praises. all thankx to you Dhivya..from now this will be my fav reciepe world

By khadija almas on Oct 25, 2012

:wink: it was awesome thanx i really loved it :) :lol: :idea: :-D 8)

Thank you so much for letting me know. I am glad to hear that :) --DK

By srujana on Oct 9, 2012

Hey,definitely,an awesome treat for eyes...tying it now,to make my hubby's b'day more spl..hope it turns out well!

By suji on Aug 25, 2012

:wink: :-o perfect recipe tried came out well..

By suresh on Aug 4, 2012

evaporated milk nothing but 3 glass milk after boiling it to 1 glass milk, remaining milk 1 glass is called evaporated milk......

By sushma pandit on Jul 23, 2012

i really like the dis execellent

By rachaana on Jun 22, 2012

representation excellent and easy to grasp :idea: im trying :lol: ...lets see how it comes... :-? :?:

By madhuri on Apr 30, 2012

thanks for recipe . I like double ka meta very much.

By divya rao on Apr 3, 2012

hai hey dk this is my fav dis .looks soooo good,very sweet,thanks for gvng wonder full recepi

By priyanka on Feb 8, 2012

Hi DK, Thanks a lot for putting this reciepe on the site. I am new to hyderabad, but i didnt knew how to prepare this reciepe. after reading this reciepe, i am sure my bf gonna praise. thanks a lot once again for this lovely dish :)

By Naveen on Nov 16, 2011

Roasting the bread is not done in hyderabadi double ka meeta, it is deep fried in ghee/oil instead.

By srisagar on Nov 7, 2011

Sagarika likes this Srissssssssss

By rama on Feb 13, 2011

hi what is evaporated milk?

By Kitkat on Feb 13, 2011

it was ok.... but it was too sweet, :-? but other wise good! :lol:

By RENNY on Jul 9, 2010

hii...i to know wht is evaporated milk...i m frm india..n here we get condensed it d same thing ..

By rasmitha on May 25, 2010

yummy....nice presentation.....awesome yar really..

By Hetal on Apr 20, 2010

hey there, looks really good n yammy. well as per i know generally fry bread pieces in oil or ghee... but urs version of "double ka meeta" is just great with low calorie ...... goonna make soon. thanks for sharing...

By Aruna on Jan 27, 2010

Wow!!! The demonstration is so easy and followig the pictures make the understanding even more easier. Thak you very much for such a simple and easiest way to create a mouth-watering wonder for my family. Thanks a lot!!!

By nayan dada on Mar 25, 2009


By Vanamala on Dec 3, 2008

wow lovely ...

By veggie belly on Dec 1, 2008

Who cares about weighing scales when there is something this delicious! I'm hungry just reading your post :) But please tell me that skinny pic is not real!

By Kalai on Dec 1, 2008

Wow! The bread pudding looks yum!!! Just wanted to make sure you got my entry for AWED, Dhivi. :)

By mona on Dec 1, 2008

Lovely presentation.

By Uma on Dec 1, 2008

looks so delicious Dhivya! Enjoy your break!

By DEESHA on Dec 1, 2008

I saw these on a cookery show recently & I would just love to give this a try

By Aparna on Dec 1, 2008

This and Capirotada are the tonly two bread puddings I like. They elevate the humble bread to an entirely different level.
Thanks for those lovely words and celebrating with me.

By Kitchen Flavours on Dec 1, 2008

Wow this looks simple and easy to make. With all those dry fruits looks die for. I too made Double ka Meetha some days. You can have a look here

By Curry Leaf on Dec 1, 2008

Awesome,no words for this.Lovely

By SMN on Dec 1, 2008

Hey DK this my tonite's treat thanks for sharing..

By Priya on Dec 1, 2008

Awesome n delicious DK...Really had lots of fun during lots of lovely friends..hearty thanks for making this event such a fabulous event..

By Madhu on Dec 1, 2008

Looks soooo good,very sweet way to end RM. WIll try this soon, I am sure my kid will like this.

By Divya.M on Dec 1, 2008

Really Yum yum And yummy.....easy to do....really good explanation and steps.....:)