Creamy, soft, delicious… Kulfi is an Indian ice-cream made with milk and lots of dry fruits. The milk is reduced to a very thick consistency and then flavoured with cardamoms, saffron and a whole array or dry-fruits like pistachios, almonds, and cashew.
Cuisine: Gluten-free, Indian, Vegetarian
1.5ltrmilk , I used 3% organic milk
2tspgreen cardamom powder
½cupchopped dry fruits, I used a mix of pistachios, almonds, and cashew
Boil milk in a non-stick deep pan. Reduce flame
Take out 1 tbsp hot milk in a small dish and soak saffron
Dissolve corn flour in another 2 tbsp of hot milk in a separate dish and add to the entire milk.
Simmer milk on low flame until the milk reduces to half its original quantity (this takes around 40-50 mins. Remember to stir the milk in between so that the milk at the bottom doesn’t get burned.)
Cool the mixture, add cream, saffron, cardamom powder, and half the dry fruits.
Mix well and pour into kulfi moulds
Sprinkle chopped dry fruits from top in each mould.
Set in freezer.
Kulfi will be ready in 5-6 hours
To serve, remove from freezer about 5 minutes before. Rub the mould between your palms so that the kulfi can easily be removed from the mould. Enjoy.