10 must-try deserts in Hyderabad

Double ka Meetha

A delicious bread pudding made with fried bread slices soaked in sweetened milk, flavored with cardamom, saffron, and dry fruits.

Qubani ka Meetha

A traditional Hyderabadi dessert made from dried apricots (qubani), cooked until soft and served with fresh cream or ice cream.

Shahi Tukda

Similar to Double ka Meetha, Shahi Tukda is prepared with bread slices soaked in sugar syrup, topped with condensed milk, saffron, and nuts.

Khubani ka Halwa

A delightful sweet dish made from apricots cooked with ghee, sugar, and garnished with almonds and pistachios.

Gil-e-Firdaus

A rich dessert made from bottle gourd, milk, khoya, sugar, and flavored with saffron and cardamom.

Hyderabadi Dum Ki Kheer

A slow-cooked rice pudding flavored with saffron, cardamom, and dry fruits, prepared in a traditional way.

Badam Ki Jali

An almond-based dessert where a paste of almonds is cooked with sugar and shaped into delicate lace-like patterns.

Sheer Khurma

A special dessert typically made during Eid, prepared with vermicelli, milk, dates, and dry fruits.

Falooda

A refreshing dessert drink made with milk, basil seeds, vermicelli, and ice cream, often topped with nuts and fruit.

Osmania Biscuit

Though not a dessert per se, these buttery, sweet-salty biscuits are a classic Hyderabad snack often served with chai and enjoyed as a light dessert.

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