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We all remember the kulfi wala’s bell ringing in the afternoon to save us from the scorching heat when we were kids! There seemed to be no reprieve from the warm and steamy heat with the arrival of summer this year. Heatwaves are predicted only after heatwaves, and there is no way to avoid them. Previously, we relied on kulfi to provide us with much-needed relief from the heat. How can we eat this refreshing desi ice cream whenever we want now that kulfi walas have vanished?
A simple kulfi recipe that will wow your family and friends! Saffron and cardamom-flavoured pistachio kulfi ice cream will quickly become your go-to kulfi recipe every summer.
Cardamom and saffron in Indian desserts are a beautiful combo!
Bringing you some of the greatest kulfi ice creams you’ve ever had!!! Let me start by clarifying that this is not a typical kulfi-making recipe. However, it tastes quite authentic and is much easier to prepare.
Why will you enjoy it?
It’s almost a no-cook dish because it’s made without churning ice cream. Without an ice cream maker, this method still ensures an exceptionally creamy texture. Above all, this dish is eggless, making it ideal for vegetarians.
Because this recipe must be prepared ahead of time and frozen, it is ideal for dinner parties, get-togethers, or just for your family. It’s great as a popsicle or in a mould.
Spiced Coffee Kulfi
A great blend of coffee with creamy kulfi ingredients, including spices and crunchy almonds. This is yet another creative kulfi recipe that incorporates common items to produce a delicious dessert. The kulfi is spiced with cardamom, cinnamon, and star anise, as well as coffee.
Kulfi with coffee, cinnamon, cardamom, and star anise. Prepare yourself for a delightful spiced coffee kulfi dessert as a perfect way to conclude the day.
Kulfi is a typical Indian treat that is denser and creamier than ice cream and comes in a variety of unusual flavours. This easy kulfi recipe uses khoya (also known as mawa, which is evaporated milk solids) and takes only a few minutes to prepare. Today, try this deliciously simple and delicious dish!
The khoya in this kulfi gives it a somewhat gritty, creamy, and crunchy texture. Fresh or frozen khoya can be purchased. To give the kulfi an aromatic and delectable flavour, you’ll need cardamom, pistachios, and other fruits of your choice.
A delightful summer treat is creamy Malai Kufi! This eggless Indian ice cream is flavoured with cardamom, dried milk solids, and almonds and is made with simple ingredients.
To create this quick and easy malai kulfi at home, you just need two ingredients: milk and sugar. The nicest aspect of this recipe is that you may add any flavouring you want to customise the kulfi to your liking.
The creamy texture and perfume of homemade malai kulfi come from the laborious but gratifying process of boiling full-fat milk until it achieves an appealing texture and aroma. The addition of condensed milk thickens it even further, making it a delicious dessert that your guests will remember for days.
Rabri Kulfi with Lychee
Kulfi is also a very versatile delicacy that can be produced with a wide range of flavours, from conventional ones like milk to more creative ones like coffee.
You’ve probably had lychee ice cream, but have you ever had lychee kulfi? Milk, khoya, lychee, almonds, cashew nuts, and pistachios are combined in this recipe to produce a flavour explosion on a stick. This lychee kulfi will be the ideal summer dessert.
Kulfi Mango Pista
Mango Kulfi is an Indian frozen treat that is similar to ice cream but with mango flavouring. It is usually created by slow-cooking milk until it is reduced and then seasoning it with ripe and juicy mashed mangoes. This delectable Mango Kulfi recipe, like Malai Kulfi or Kesar Pista Kulfi, is created with simple ingredients, requires no ice cream equipment, and requires no labour.
Mango Kulfi is a frozen Indian dessert that tastes like ice cream but has a mango flavour. It’s made by slowly heating milk until it’s reduced, then seasoning it with ripe, juicy mashed mangoes. Like Malai Kulfi or Kesar Pista Kulfi, this delicious Mango Kulfi is made with basic ingredients and requires no ice cream equipment or labour.
Mango Kulfi is an ice cream-like frozen Indian dessert with a mango flavour. It’s made by decreasing milk and adding ripe, juicy mashed mangoes as a flavouring. Like Malai Kulfi or Kesar Pista Kulfi, this delicious Mango Kulfi is made with basic ingredients and requires no ice cream equipment or labour.
This twisted kulfi is packed with nuts and is sinfully creamy, and it’ll have you begging for more. Especially when luscious mangoes are included. Perfect as a post-dinner dessert to impress your visitors!
Kesar Pista kulfi
In Northern India, kulfi is a popular delicacy. It is thought to have originated in the 16th century during the Mughal dynasty. The Mughal Emperor Akbar’s Ain-i-Akbari contains particular entries regarding Kulfi.
Kulfi has never failed to enchant the taste buds of Indian food enthusiasts since then. Kesar denotes saffron, whereas the word ‘pista’ means pistachio. As a result, the kulfi with saffron and pistachio flavours gained its name. It’s usually created by slowly boiling milk until it’s reduced to at least half its original volume, yielding a rich and sweet condensed/caramelized sweetness. Kulfi, which is made by slowly boiling milk, has a smooth, ice-free feeling. The Kulfi’s conical form distinguishes it. Kulfi can be frozen and shaped with specialised moulds.
Typical Kulfi ingredients include sugar, green cardamom, saffron, rose petals, or nuts.
Desserts are always welcome at any time. If you have a sweet tooth, you know that a wonderful dessert may be eaten as a delicious breakfast dish or as an after-dinner treat. Nothing comes close to the luxury of Indian desserts, even if we are a little biased. The simple kulfi, which can be found on any street corner as well as on the menus of premium restaurants, is at the top of this list. Kulfi is also a very versatile delicacy that can be produced with a wide range of flavours, from conventional ones like milk to more creative ones like coffee.