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Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Kulfi Recipe / Easy Kulfi Recipe / Pista Almond Kulfi / Indian Ice Cream Kulfi

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Kulfi
Ingredients
Evaporated milk - 1 can (354 ml )
Condensed milk -1 can ( 14 oz )
Whole milk -1/2 cup
(If you think is too sweet then add extra 1/2 cup of whole milk.)
White bread -1 slice
(I used brown bread in this recipe because it gives nice colour to the kulfi)
Crushed saffron a generous pinch
Cardamom powder-1/4tsp
Chopped pistachio & almonds-each 1tsp
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Kulfi
Method
Remove the crust from the bread slice its optional.Dry grind the bread to a smooth powder.This will look like bread crumbs.You can also crumble it with your fingers.
Take a bowl & mix all above ingredients including the bread crumbs.
Blend everything together.
Pour these in kulfi moulds / Popsicle moulds or any plastic container & freeze them overnight or at least 8 hours.
To take out kulfi from mould with ease hold the mould under running water for 1/2 a minute,it will come out quickly.
Enjoy this easy version Kulfi, a best summer Ice cream!

Note:
a)If you think is too sweet then add extra 1/2 cup of milk.
b)You can also crush the nuts in mixi instead of chopping.

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8 comments:

  1. love this pista flavor kulfi.....!!

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  2. Kulfi looks delicious and lovely presentation too.. sis, is there any other name for evaporated milk..i didnt see this in shops..

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    1. @ Ranjani you can replace Evoporated milk by simmering 2 1/4 cups of regular milk down until it becomes 1 cup. or use 3/4 cup whole milk and 1/4 cup half-and-half.

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  3. I feel like having it right now...looks so good

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  4. Yummy and tempting kulfi. Lovely presentation. Adding bread slice is something new to me .. Thanks for sharing the recipe and also thanks for the tip for an alternate to evaporated milk in previous comment. Thanks again,

    http://kaviskitchen.blogspot.co.uk/

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