The dessert in the frame is Dum Ke Roat (semolina cookies) from Subhan Bakery. This is just a Hyderabadi tradition. However, supposedly, the emotion behind making a hard bread preparation is that believers "wish" they existed in that era and prepared something like this (that could be carried for days) for the soldiers who died hungry and thirsty in the war. Subhan Bakery, the legendary bakers have been nailing it for decades with their crispy, fresh, high on quality and aromatic Dum Ke Roat. The usage of dry fruits and pure Ghee is what makes Subhan's cookies out taste the rest. Similarly, the traditional Moharram dessert of North Indians is Malida, wherein parathas are crumbled and pounded coarsely and then stir-fried in ghee with sugar and dry fruits In the frame: Dum Ke Roat Price: 600/kg Taste: 5/5
Semolina Cookies That Have Become Much More Than A Religious Tradition!
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