Today is one of those days, where I have been sitting in front of the computer, writing sentences after sentences and deleting them all. Just not my day to write a post I guess. But I did not want to postpone posting this delicious kulfi. So, go ahead and make these delicious kulfis at home and treat your family.
What you'll need
- Milk – 2.5 cup (500 ml)
- Condensed Milk – ¾ cup
- Mango Pulp – 2 cup (I used the pulp of 2 mangoes)
- Sugar – 3 tbsp
- Cardamom – 3 to 4
- Saffron – few strands
- Cashewnut/Almond/Pistachio Powder – 2 to 3 tbsp
- Cornflour – 2 tbsp
- Pistachio – few sliced for garnishing (optional)
- Heat milk, condensed milk together until it starts boiling.
- Add saffron strands and powdered cardamom
- Also add the sugar and mix until the sugar is dissolved.
- Make a paste of corn flour with 3 tbsp of cold milk.
- Add this paste to the milk mixture and keep stirring on medium flame until it starts thickening.
- Remove from flame and cool completely.
- Once cool add the mango mixture and the nut powder and mix well until homogenous.
- Pour into Kulfi moulds or paper cups close lid or cover with aluminum foil and freeze until set.
- If you want to insert a stick, then, once the kulfi is half set insert the stick cover with aluminum foil and set to freeze again for about 5 to 6 hours.
- To serve, run the outside of the kulfi moulds under tap water for a minute, this enables the kulfi to come out of the mould easily. Serve as is or cut and serve garnished with few saffron strands and pista slices. The garnishing is optional.