This month's Indian cooking challenge is a Hyderabadi sweet - Meethay Godhay. A simple dessert made with wheat flour or maida dough shaped into small flowers and is cooked in milk and sugar. Then it is lavishly garnished with raisins and almonds shallow fried in ghee elevating the taste to a higher level. I should admit that prep-ping up this dish is time consuming. Since there is no gain without pain, I have nothing much to complain about this. Shaping the first two to three pieces were tricky and once you get a knack of it, then its a piece of cake. This sweet dish is very different - chewy, sweet and in between bites crunchy nuts. A rare traditional Indian sweet. This recipe is adapted from Zaiqa.
Ramya Krishnamurthy says
yummy and inviting