Monday, July 26, 2010


Kulfi is an all time favorite Indian dessert - especially in summer! Agarwals in chennai is very famous for their unique kulfi.

When I say the word kulfi to my uncle, he takes an opportunity to visit Agarwals. He is such crazy of Kulfi. And I prepared Kulfi, really yum! So delicious and so tasty! Kulfi is much an ice cream but it has it's own unique flavor and taste. And normally we do not like to add any sauce or toppings it like other ice cream flavors.
Probably I should stop the ice creams for this season now, as Sundar seems to point me for the reason for increase in his weight! Although, I never want to check myself now!
The below recipe is very simple, when everything is readily available, we can give a try! And am sure you will want make it every time!

Serves 25 scoops approx.
You need
14 oz - Sweetened Condensed Milk
12 oz - Evaporated Milk
16 oz - Heavy Whipping Cream
8 oz - Cool Whip Whipped Topping
1 big pinch - Saffron
1 tsp - Sugar
1/2 cup- Cashews, Pistachios, Almonds- coarsely ground

In a large mixing bowl, combine Sweetened Condensed Milk, Evaporated Milk, Heavy Whipping Cream and Cool Whip. Using a blender gently mix all the ingredients together. (Since, these doesn't require churning process, and they already are heavily whipped, do not whip heavily.). With a mortar and pestal, grind together Sugar and Saffron. Coarsely grind the cashews, pistachios, and almonds.

Add in Saffron and Sugar mixture and Nuts. Mix well. Pour mixture into small plastic cups to serve as popsicles. Cover cups with foil and insert a wooden popsicle stick into the center. If you want eat as scoop, you can store in a bowl and cover with tight lid which will fit in refrigerator. Freeze Kulfi for at least 4 – 6 hours, preferably overnight.

After that one giant bite of the kulfi, so yuuuuuuuum! Hasini is just waiting to bounce for another one! But one for a day is the right amount, isn't it?

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