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Dried Apricot Soup

Dried Apricot Soup

Dried Apricot soup also called Buttering Daudo is a traditional Hunza soup made specially in winters and has been an effective remedy for cold for centuries in Hunza. The apricot used for this recipe is sun-dried organic Hunza apricot.
It is one of the several soup recipes of Hunza cuisine. Dried apricot is also used as snack in Hunza and in making Apricot juice which is very effective for constipation problem when consumed on empty stomach in the morning. The recipe for Buttering Daudo(Apricot soup) requires only three ingredients and you can skip the flour and make it with only 2 ingredients.


Dried Apricot    1 cup
Water                 3 Cups
Flour                  1/4 Cup

Directions to make Dried Apricot Soup:

  • The sun-dried apricots usually have dust on them and therefore we thoroughly wash them for this recipe
  • Add enough water to cook apricots, the quantity of water also depends on the consistency you want for your soups. add washed apricots to it.
  • Cook for 10 minutes
  • Transfer the cooked apricot to a bowl and add some water to it.
    With washed hand apply some flour to your palm and rubs both hands together. you will get small dough particles add 1/4 cup of them to the apricot cooked water and cook for 5 minutes.(You can totally omit this step, but the original Hunza apricot soup recipe has this step included.)
  • In the soup these noodles like dough this remain intact. If you do not like these bits you can swallow the soup and spit them out.
  • Mash these cooked apricots. Traditionally  we mash the cooked apricots with hands, but you can use blender. We do it with hands because we love to have chunks of apricots in our soup.
  • Meanwhile you are breaking the cooked apricot the dough particle added earlier will cook. The next step is to a
    add the blended/mashed cooked apricot.
  • You can cook it for a minute and serve your soup. But I like my soup to be little running therefore I added more water.
  • When you added water, cook for another few minutes.
  • You can store this soup in fridge for a week . Every time you warm this soup, your kitchen will be fill with the aroma of apricot.
  • Dried Apricot soup tastes best when served right away when it is steaming hot!

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