Kulfi

The basic Kulfi recipe was obtained from the anonymous ‘recipe exchange’ chain that we used to have during my days at UASC in the 80’s and has since become a favorite dessert in our household especially during the hot summer months.  It’s a very simple recipe which requires no cooking; the ingredients are just mixed together and frozen. Over the years, I have improvised the recipe and tweeked the proportion of the ingredients to make it more rich and sumptuous and also added my own touch with the “Kulfi Falooda”.Rose Falooda

Kulfi

  • Servings: 6-8
  • Difficulty: Easy
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Ingredients

  • 1 cup Sweetened condensed milk )
  • 1 cup cream                                          )  ratio is 1:1:1
  • 1 cup milk                                            )
  • Half to 1 cup grated nuts (cashews & pistachios)
  • Half tsp. cardamom  powder
  • A few drops green colour

P.S.: I have used the condensed milk tin measure and used the ratio of 2:2:2 for this preparation and added one cup each of the grated cashews and pistachios. If you notice in the picture I have used 3 tins of cream which equals two tins of condensed milk.

  1. Mix all the above ingredients except the nuts. Beat well till smooth.
  2. Powder the nuts coarsely, add to the kulfi mixture and mix well.
  3. Freeze in Kulfi moulds, ice cube trays or in a plastic containers.
  4. Leave to set for 24 hours.
  5. Unmould, cut into cubes and serve.
  6. Top with 2tbsps. falooda strands and 2 tbsps. rose syrup for Kulfi Falooda
  7. Check out Rose Falooda to make the falooda strands.

 

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2 Comments

  1. Sylvie Pereira says:

    Aunty your receipes our awsm so simple to follow . I am stepping in the kitchn to start preparing ths Kulfi but first i thought should say thank you for sharing ths. I am your fan n hv tried sm of ur receips. God Bless you n kp posting sm yummy receipes.

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