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Kulfi (Indian Ice Cream) Recipe

Category: Other
Rating: 3.48
Servings: 1


Ingredients

----BASIC RECIPE----
4 cup milk
8 teaspoon sugar
8 green cardamom pods, seeds
1 removed and ground
1 tablespoon thinly sliced pistachio nuts
1 (optional)
----AAM KULFI (MANGO KULFI----
4 cup milk
4 tablespoon sugar
1/8 teaspoon freshly grated nutmeg
1 cup pulp from freshly pureed
1 ripe, sweet mangoes
----KESARI KULFI (SAFFRON KULFI----
1/2 teaspoon crushed saffron threads
1/2 cup heavy cream



Directions: How to Cook Kulfi (Indian Ice Cream)

Place the milk in a medium-sized heavy pan over high heat. Bring to a full boil while stirring constantly to prevent a skin from forming.

Lower the heat and continue boiling gently 45 - 60 minutes, until the milk is reduced to 1 3/4 cups; stir frequently to keep the milk from sticking and burning or boiling over. When the milk is reduced sufficiently, stir in the sugar and ground cardamom and let stand until completely cool.

Divide the mixture evenly among four small (about 1/2 cup) flan molds or muffin tins. Cover tightly with foil or plastic wrap and place in the freezer for at least four hours.

To serve, dip the molds into boiling water for a few seconds to release the kulfi. Transfer to individual serving plates, garnish with the sliced pistachios (if used) and serve at once.

For the Aam Kulfi (Mango Kulfi) Proceed as above, folding in the nutmeg and mango pulp before transferring the mixture to FIVE molds.

Makes 5 portions.

For the Kesari Kulfi (Saffron Kulfi)

Follow the top recipe exactly, but fold in 1/2 tsp. crushed saffron threads and 1/2 heavy cream before filling the molds.

Makes 4 portions. This recipe and variations are adapted from Julie Sahni's CLASSIC INDIAN VEGETARIAN AND GRAIN COOKING; William Morrow & Co., N.Y., (1985); ISBN: 0-688-04995-8.

From: Amanda@gate.Net Date: 12-27-19 Rec.Food.Recipes


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 Recent comments on this recipe:

sumaiya writes:

yep its really yummy!

Posted on 20 Oct 2009, 08:35 ET


pinky writes:

can't w8 2 try out these recipes

Posted on 13 Nov 2009, 09:45 ET


p.kamalam writes:

good & yummy

Posted on 07 Mar 2010, 02:30 ET


889789 writes:

vondrfool. indin food alvays vondrfool


Posted on 18 Oct 2010, 23:52 ET


Jarvis's Princess writes:

I loved it!!!

Posted on 07 Feb 2011, 14:07 ET


esha writes:

gona try out soon

Posted on 10 Mar 2011, 06:37 ET


keka writes:

yippee,its absolutely delicious...:)


Posted on 10 Mar 2011, 06:38 ET


Nilesh writes:

yep really delicious.

Posted on 26 Mar 2011, 06:06 ET


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Emily writes:

it has a very flavorful taste and the cardaman makes it taste more indian like. overall it is yum yum yummy

Posted on 04 May 2011, 20:28 ET


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