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Hyderabad Famous Sweets recipes


Last Updated : Oct 04,2018



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Hyderabad Famous Sweets, Hyderabadi Sweets

We have a collection of 10 Hyderabad Famous Sweets recipes which are a must try.

Hyderabad Famous Sweets after Dinner

Khubani ka MeethaKhubani ka Meetha

An authentic sweet to relish after a sumptuous Hyderabadi meal is the Khubani ka Meetha. Tangy yet sweet apricots with a hint of cardamom and saffron is served on a bed of luscious, creamy custard. Garnish with mixed nuts to make it more rich. If you are not a fan of custard, then you can make the Khubani Halwa in a jiffy. The multi-flavours and multi-textures are a delight to the palate.

Eid is incomplete without the authentic Sheer korma. Perked up with dry fruits like almond, cashewnuts, pistachios, raisins and dates, this sweet is delicious and satiating.

Hyderabad Famous Sweets for Festivals

Gil-e-Firdaus is a traditional Hyderabadi sweet made especially during festivals and weddings. Sabudana and crushed rice are cooked in milk and enhanced with an array of ingredients like bottle gourd, nuts, condensed milk and cashew paste to get a rich dessert.

Hyderabadi Lauki Kheer with Mini RasgullasHyderabadi Lauki Kheer with Mini Rasgullas

Similar to the famous Lauki (Doodhi ka Halwa) Halwa, the Hyderabadi Lauki Kheer with Mini Rasgullas is a unique sweet with a liquidy consistency and mini rasgullas. It is generally chilled and served at weddings and other grand functions.

Double ka MeethaDouble ka Meetha

Deep-fried bread slices topped with rich and creamy rabdi makes the popular Indian sweet Shahi Tukda. You can make another similar preparation

Double ka Meetha, in which the bread slices are dipped in a sugar-syrup and finally poured with the milk-mixture. Th milk is made with mawa which improves it’s texture giving a different mouth-feel.

Biscuits are part of Hyderabadi Famous Sweets

Karachi BiscuitsKarachi Biscuits

The Hyderabadi irani chai is incomplete without Hyderabadi Osmania Biscuit (saffron flavoured biscuit) and Karachi Biscuit (Tutti Fruti Biscuit). They even form great gifts to pick up and distribute among your friends and family.

Happy Cooking!

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Karachi Biscuits, Hyderabadi Tutti Fruti Biscuits
Recipe# 41553
09 Jul 18

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Karachi Biscuit is one of the most well-known treats of Hyderabad. In fact, if you have been to Hyderabad and come back without buying the famous Karachi Biscuits from Karachi Bakery, you are bound to face the wrath of your friends and family, who would have been eagerly waiting to bite into one of ....
Sheer Khurma Or Hyderabadi Sheer Korma
Recipe# 30977
15 Jun 18

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Sheer korma is a traditional preparation made on the festival of Eid . Every household has it's own recipe of this rich preparation. Here is an authentic version of this delicacy that is loaded with dry ....
Double ka Meetha, Hyderabadi Dessert
Recipe# 42202
04 May 18

 
 by Tarla Dalal
A festive sweet from the rich Hyderabadi repertoire, the Double ka Meetha is a little on the sweeter side as the name suggests, but it is meant to be like that – rich and pampering, so go for it! Made with a unique mix of ingredients like bread, mava and ....
Hyderabadi Lauki Kheer with Mini Rasgullas
Recipe# 41548
10 Mar 17

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Here is a traditional Hyderabadi delicacy, which is served at weddings and other grand functions. This unique kheer is made with lauki but you will never be able to guess that when you taste it! Cooked with milk and mawa, and garnished with nuts, the lauk ....
Khubani ka Meetha, Hyderabadi Apricot and Custard Dessert Recipe
Recipe# 30976
04 May 18

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Khubani ka Meetha is the perfect dessert to serve after a sumptuous meal of Hyderabadi Biryani. It is a classic Hyderabadi dessert made with apricot and custard. A puree of delightfully sweet apricots with a hint of tang and sourness, is laced with Indian spices like cardamom and saffron, and ser ....
Gil-e- Firdaus, Hyderabadi Rice Kheer
Recipe# 41438
31 Jan 17

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Gil-e-Firdaus is an elaborate but memorable sweet dish, which is made commonly in Hyderabad during festivals and weddings. Sago and coarsely-crushed rice are cooked in milk and perked up with a range of ingredients like bottle gourd, nuts, condensed milk and cashew paste to get a lusciously crea ....
Hyderabadi Osmania Biscuit, Saffron Flavoured Biscuits
Recipe# 41597
01 Sep 18

 
 by Tarla Dalal
Hyderabadi Osmania Biscuit is one of the most famous treats in that region. A must-buy item on the shopping list of every visitor, these saffron-tinged biscuits have a rich milky taste and buttery mouth-feel. Take a bite and let it rest on your palate for a few seconds to be engulfed by the magi ....
Doodhi ka Halwa
Recipe# 2027
05 Apr 18

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 by Tarla Dalal
A traditional mithai that everybody has a reason to like—some for the taste, some for the goodness of doodhi and milk, and some for the warm feeling it instils on a rainy day! I know some busy-bees who would stop over at a sweetmeat stall, have a cup of halwa and a samosa in lieu of a meal, an ....
Khubani Halwa, Apricot Halwa
Recipe# 2068
03 Sep 18

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
A land that is famous for dry fruits, Hyderabadi cuisine makes generous use of dry fruits in gravies, rice dishes and sweets. Khubani Halwa is one such mithai made with apricots, laced with Indian spices like cardamom and saffron. A garnish of chopped nut ....
Shahi Tukda
Recipe# 37762
23 Nov 14

 
 by Tarla Dalal
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Shahi tukda is one of the most popular indian desserts. True to its name it is a ‘shahi’ delight! pieces of bread are dipped in delicious saffron flavoured sugar syrup and topped with rich and creamy rabdi. Though rabdi is usually made by thickening milk over the stove for hours we have provided a s ....
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