Qubani is Apricot, dry apricots are soaked and cooked. If you have the apricots seeds, they are used. If not, add some almonds. Top it off with Ice cream and serve it.
I ate this sweet several times in Hyderabad but for some reason never made it until now for the BM. I was looking at Vahchef's video so I recipe correct. Everyone in the family loved it.
Preparation Time: 5 minutes
Soaking Time: 8 hours or overnight
Cook Time: 30 minutes
Serves : 4-6
Dry Apricots: 2 cups
Sugar : 1 cup
Almonds : 10 chopped
Wash and rinse the apricots. Soak them by adding enough water to cover all the fruits.
If you have seeds in yours, deseed them, keep the almond like nut and throwaway the hard shell.
Add one cup of strained water in a pan along with the soaked apricots, mash them a little and cook for 25 minutes stirring occasionally.
Add sugar and cook for 5 more minutes.
Now mash up the apricots a little more with a spatula to give a better texture.
Let it cool a little bit and reach warm temperature.
Take a bowl, add 2 tablespoons of quabani, add the crushed apricot seeds if you have any, almonds and top it off with 2 scoops of ice cream to Serve.
Yummy dessert and can easily take 2 serving with Icecream. 😍😍😍ReplyDelete
Amazing.. a quick 3 ingredient fix. I have dried apricots. Can't wait to try this. Great share amara.ReplyDelete
That is a nice easy dessert. Looks absolutely inviting with the ice cream on top..ReplyDelete
Wow thats really so sinful..yet to make this sweet..must try!ReplyDelete
Another Classic dish Amara. Good pick for letter Q. I bought dried apricots a while back but haven't made this yet. Will have to try thi out some time.ReplyDelete
Same pinch. I TOO made the same dish. Your meet ha is looking delicious.ReplyDelete
Ultimate dessert and a royal dessert for me, simply love this qubani ka meetha.ReplyDelete
Loved it the last time I made. I see that you have used the seedless variety of dried apricots.ReplyDelete
I was almost going to take Hyderabadi cooking for this week as I had Qubani ka meetha for Q! Finally quinoa saved my day. Awesome share Amara :)ReplyDelete
This is a rich and decadent looking sweet dish.ReplyDelete
I made this once a few years back and it oh so delicious but I used fresh apricots - your version looks delicious alsoReplyDelete
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