April 18, 2012

Kulfi Icecream

Days back wen I was little, I'll be waiting for the icecream bell to ring on a hot day evening. Yeah. We get Kulfi icecream on the streets ringing their bells after 7pm. We'll finish our homeworks and waiting for the treats. Yum.. We can cut it in slices and have on a small banana leaf or have it in a stick licking all way home. Wow!! It'll just melt. I forgot those memories, until a friend offered me one she made herself.


When I searched the recipe, it was simple. There are many recipes which we can make with just milk. And some need condensed milk and Whipped cream. Mine is a fusion cos I've used condensed milk and skipped whipped cream and have boiled the whole milk too. Here I go with the actual recipe. Super simple and definitely a pleasure to have on a sunny day evening after ur supper. Enjoy!!

You may need some containers to freeze them. I used paper cups but if you have popsicle molds it will be great use.


Ingredients:

Condensed milk - 1 can (you can reduce if you don't want to be too sweet)
Evaporated milk - 1 can
Whole milk - 1 cup
Corn starch - 1 tbsp (mix corn flour in water)
Bread slice - 1 (trim the corners)
Cardomom powder - 1/2 tsp
Nuts - 2 tbsp (almonds, pistachios, walnuts)


Procedure:

Cut bread into small pieces. Grind the bread pieces with corn starch and a little milk to a smooth paste

Mix eavaporated milk and condensed milk together

Heat a cup of whole milk in a heavy bottomed pan. Keep stirring until it boils

To this add the mix of evaporated and condensed milk and keep stirring on medium flame

After about 10 minutes with frequent stirring add the ground bread paste. The mix will tend to thicken and so keep stirring so it won't burn on bottom

Boil for another 10 minutes until it reaches a thick pouring consistency. Now add cardamom powder and nuts and turn of the flame.

Let it cool and you can freeze in popsicle containers. Optionally you can freeze in bowl and cut while serving. cover the top with aluminium foil or polythene wraps.

Let it freeze for 5-6 hrs. Serve cold.


I am sending this for the Chilled Delights event happening at Ticklingpalates

4 comments:

  1. awesum luking..loved the pics...nice one n easy to make.nice blog vth good recipes...dont know how i miss all these days this super blog n food..catch in my space ven u gat sum time.
    Maha

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  2. wow kulfi....looks sooo tempting...lovely


    Super Yummy Recipes

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  3. you made me drooooooool...just wish to be your neighbour now..;)
    Tasty Appetite

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