Wednesday, 31 October 2012


Chocolate double ka meetha
I seriously mean the word "redifined". Double ka meetha is an Indian bread dessert which involves frying of bread in oil. I have avoided frying here and I have also tried to add chocolate flavour to the bread. Really turned out very well. Vegetarians can also try this by avoiding the egg part and replace egg with 2 tbspn warm water and cocoa powder.

Chocolate double ka meetha


White bread slices- 5

Butter- 1 tspn(molten)

Beaten egg- 1

Cocoa powder- 1 tspn

For the syrup:

Sugar- 1 cup

Water- 1 cup

Cinnamon powder- 1 tspn

Butter- 1tbspn

Cashew nuts- 1 tbspn

Raisins- 1 tbspn


1. Add the cocoa powder to the beaten egg and prepare an uniform paste.

Beaten egg

Adding cocoa powder to the egg

smooth paste

2. Apply the paste to the bread slices on both the sides.

3. Grease the baking tray with the molten butter and place the bread on the tray.

4. Bake for 10 minutes at 180 degree celsius.

5. Cut the bread to equal sized triangles.

6. Heat the pan and add the sugar to the pan followed by the water.

7. Add the cinnamon powder and keep on stirring until all the sugar dissolves in the water. Switch off the fire.

8. Heat the pan and add the butter. After the butter melts add in the cashew nuts and raisins. 

9.When the raisins and the cashew turns brown add them to the syrup.

10. Place the bread slices carefully in the syrup and when the bread slices take in all the syrup(around 5 minutes) take them out carefully and serve.

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