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Double ka meetha and RAY cooking spray GHEE review!!

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10 slices White bread
Ray cooking spray Ghee
1 liter Full fat milk
2 cups Sugar
2 tsp Cardamom powder
1/4th cup Condensed milk
2 cups Simlpe sugar syrup
For Garnish Almond and Pistachio flakes
For Garnish Dry rose petals

Double ka meetha and RAY cooking spray GHEE review!!


Double ka meetha is a Hydrebadi sweet dish with crisp bread pieces soaked in sugar syrup and topped with rabri. It's delicious, and toothsome. In the original recipe you have to fry the bread pieces in ghee, but to be honest the bread absorbs lots of ghee while frying it and so it becomes high in fat and calories. I always avoided making this dish because of that. But when I got to review this Ray cooking sray- Ghee and was asked to create a recipe, I instantly thought of double ka meetha as I was longing to relish it. With the help of just 10-15 sprays of ghee I managed to toast my bread crisp without sacrificing on its' taste. The taste was excellent. I will highly recommend this Ray cooking spray to all my readers and viewers.

  • 1 hour
  • Serves 2
  • Medium


Ghee is an essential and the most important part of Indian kitchen. We can’t think of a single day without using ghee. May it be on rotis, khichdi, parathas or any desi sweets it doesn’t taste good without a dollop of ghee. Always love the humble ghee, but the calories and fat they comes with it gets little disheartening at times. Indian sweet dishes like, halwa, sheera, shahi tukra, double ka meetha, ladoos etc are loaded with ghee. I was looking for some healthier way to relish these sweets without much guilt.
So when I was asked to select this product RAY COOKING SPRAY for review, I instantly picked up GHEE. This ghee is pressed from the wholesome goodness of pure buffalo milk and it enhances the flavors of any dish without any guilt.  Internationally, cooking sprays are commonly used and now their awareness and uses are gaining ground in India as well. It is very helpful for weight watchers, people who want to maintain a healthy lifestyle and at the same time for those who does not want to sacrifice on the taste.

The concept of this spray is hassle free and I have used it in many dishes and  am very happy with the outcome. Indeed a healthy and wonderful concept and it will also keep a check on the amount of calories we intake. A nice revolutionary change in our Indian lifestyle of oils and greasy cooking. A little change can go a long way.
Some vital information based on logistics- Ray cooking spray’s dispensing mechanism enables consumers to use the optimum amount of oil in their cooking. This results in reduced consumption of oil/ghee by approximately 80% as tested and certified by laboratories.
Each can offer around 700 -750 sprays which can cook the same quantity of food that traditional cooking requires 3 litres of oil. Despite the reduced usage, there is no compromise over the taste of the food.
Moreover, the convenience of being able to use oil or ghee in spray form only adds to its appeal as issues of storage and spillage are managed better. Ray cooking spray is available in 4 variants viz Groundnut, Sunflower, Olive and Ghee
Ray cooking spray is currently available in Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, Nagpur, Hyderabad and Delhi. Plans to expand to markets in Ahmedabad, Kolkata and Chandigarh are in the pipeline. Consumers can opt to buy the product online or from the nearest retailer.

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How to Use Ray cooking spray

Cut the cores of the bread slices, cut them into halves and keep it aside.
Take a non-stick pan and heat it on a medium flame. Once its hot spray Ray Ghee cooking spray
on it and add 5 bread slices on it. Let it toast on a medium flame for a minute and then flip it and add Ray cooking spray on the slices. Let it toast again for a minute till all the bread slices are brown and crispy. Repeat the same procedure with all the slices.


For Rabri

Heat full fat milk on a non stick pan at a medium heat. Let the milk boil for 10 minutes stirring in between. Add sugar and cardamom powder in the milk and let it boil again for 10 minutes till the milk had thickened. Switch off the flame and let the milk cool. Once the milk cools down add condensed milk and mix it well.


For simple sugar syrup

Add equal quantity of water and sugar in a pan and let it boil for 2 minutes. You can add cardamom powder and saffron to enhance the flavor. Let it cool down at room temperature.


How to proceed

Pre-heat the oven at 180 C for 10 minutes.
Take an oven proof dish and layer the bread slices on it. Pour sugar syrup and rabri on it and sprinkle some almonds and pistachios on rabri. Repeat another layer with the same process and bake it in the oven for 15-20 minutes. Remove it from the oven and sprinkle some rose petals and dry fruits on it and either serve it hot or chill it in the refrigerator and serve it cold.

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