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Thursday, April 9, 2015

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I have not tasted kulfi in my life. I know no one would believe this, but true. So I had no idea how a kulfi tastes. Even to try I was hesitant. Last year itself I wanted to post kulfi recipe, as I got the recipe from my friend Sangeeta. But could not try or post. So this summer, I was determined to try this out. I thought I should try this kesar pista kulfi first before trying the plain kulfi, coz I like kesar flavour. This recipe is quite simple without condensed milk. It turns out rich and tasty.

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Kesar pista recipe

Recipe Cuisine: Indian  |  Recipe Category: Dessert
Prep Time:6 Hrs freezing time     |  Cook time: 25 mins     serves: 3

Ingredients


Milk – 3 cups

Saffron – a pinch

Pistachios – 1 & 1/2 tblsp

Sugar – 1/4 cup

Method

  1. In a heavy bottomed vessel, heat milk. Bring it to boil. Add sugar.
  2. 1-boil-milk
  3. Soak saffron in warm milk and add it to the boiling milk. Add chopped pista too.
  4. 2-add
  5. Put the flame to low and boil until the milk reduces to half. Keep stirring every now and then in between. Cool down and pour to moulds or tumblers. 
  6. 3-fill
  7. Cover with cling wrap and insert a skewer / ice cream stick in each mould.
  8. 4-freeze
  9. Freeze overnight and its ready to eat. To unmould, show the moulds under tap water for a minute and pull it out gently.
  10. 5-ready

Notes

    • I boiled 3 cups of milk to 1 & 1/2 cups of milk and used half cup of this reduced milk in each mould. So the number of kulfi you get depends on the size of your mould.
    • If you want you can add a drop of green food colour for a beautiful coloured kulfi.
    • Make sure you reduce minimum half the volume of milk by simmering. Otherwise kulfi wont be rich.

Serve with more nuts topped over the kulfi. You can also slice them to discs to serve.

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14 comments:

  1. One suggestion
    Adding mawa will increase the taste and richness of kulfi

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  2. Oh..my....slurp.....awesome clicks

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  3. That looks awesome! I would love to try making kulfi someday :)

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  4. Where can I buy the kulfi mold and skewers in SG?

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  5. Oh that is super tempting.. Please send me some,it is super hot here

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  6. yummmm
    Cheers
    Anu@RasA-svAda

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  7. It looks yummy will try very soon but the problem is everytime i tried to make ice cream,it become more icy thn creamy...tastes like ice...no flavoura at all....wht to do....plz help

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    1. Do not open and check too often. Probably you live in hot place and let it be overnight in your freezer.

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  8. Hi I tried this. I put in freezer abt 12+ hours now. But it is not getting freezed. Not sure y. Can u suggest anything?

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  9. Hi ... just stumbled upon this awesome ezpz dessert recipe while I was searching for Indian Appetizers on Pinterest! :-) Can I freeze these in Pyrex glassware and then cut into squares and serve?

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