Monday, 13 May 2013

Mango Kulfi


This is my 2nd entry for BM 28 under Mango delight!

I love Kulfi & used to buy them more often while I was in Bangalore. In Singapore we order this for dessert while we are dining out at Indian restaurants. Well I always thought making this might be difficult at home & never bothered to look up the net for the recipe. Accidental I came across a post from "cooking" on Mango Kulfi & the recipe sounded very simple. Since I had all the ingredients, I gave it a shot. My impatient hubby wanted to eat it even before it could set & succeeded in it. He kept coming into the kitchen asking for more & I had to shoo him off every time:) I must say that this tastes good in all forms: hot, chilled & frozen. I chilled some for  my lill zion & he loved it. Well the Kulfis will take at least 4 to 6 hours to set completely. So you need to be really patient:) I did not add the fresh Mango puree as the Mangoes were not very tasty so I used Essence These kulfis are very rich, milky & delicious. This is how I made



Makes around 8 Kulfis
Source: Cooking

Ingredients:
  • 3 cups whole Milk
  • 1 tin condensed Milk
  • 1/4 tspn cardamom powder
  • 1 tspn Mango essence
  • Pinch of salt
  • 1 Tbsp Corn flour
  • 1/4 cup water
  • Fresh Mangoes for garnish

Method:
  1. Boil the milk & condensed milk on low flame for about 15 to 20 mins. The milk has to become thick & reduce in amount. Keep stirring in between.
  2. Now add in cardamom powder, essence & salt.
  3. Dissolve the cornflour in little water & add this mixture to the Milk. Keep stirring & boil this for about a minute. Turn off the flame & let it cool
  4. Once cooled completely, pour this liquid into a kulfi mould or Popsicle mould.Freeze this for about 4 to 6 hours.
  5. Before serving just keep the mould under running water so that the Kulfi releases easily.
  6. Serve chilled with some chopped Mangoes.
Check this step by step picture:





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13 comments:

  1. Looks very delicious and refreshing! :)
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  2. very well photographed... so droolworthy!!!
    Sowmya
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  3. wow..so creamy n delicious looking mango kulfi...love it!

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  4. So drool worthy kulfis. i am also planning to make some kulfis for next week. :)

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  5. Never say no to kulfis! Nothing can equal the taste of these kulfis!!

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  6. OMG so tempting...very pretty..love those mango pieces..

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  7. Kulfis have come out Perfect. Very nice presentation.

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  8. Am waiting to try my hands on this. Love the addition of cornflour, though never heard of it, I can imagine it helps thicken the kulfi n freeze well

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    1. I think u must try them. It's dam easy

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  9. Perfect for this weather, nice presentation.

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  10. that sounds quick... i have never tried it thinking that the milk needs hours to boil and be reduced!!!.. should try this in summer..nelissa

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