Kulfi is frozen Indian ice-cream that is creamy and served chilled with or without falooda ( they are like rice noodles) and topped with rose syrup. This combination is a delight to the palate and a must in most Indian get together including weddings.
This is a very simple yet tasteful version of making kulfi
|Ingredients for kulfi making.|
|Mixing the ingredients|
|Add in nuts|
|5oz cups filled ready to be chilled after covering each cup with silver foil.|
14 oz sweet condensed milk
12 oz evaporated milk
12 oz heavy whipping cream
16 oz cool whip
1/4 cup coarsely ground unsalted pistachios and almond mix, with 1/4 tspn saffron.
1 250 gm store bought Falooda packet (available at Indian store)
Boil falooda by heating 2 cups water and as it boils, close the heat and drain the falooda and refrigerator ready falooda for about 30 minutes to an hour.
1/2 cup rose syrup to drizzle 1 tspn on each served kulfi.
Method: 1.In a medium bowl add condensed milk, next add in evaporated milk,heavy whipping cream, and cool whip, using a hand blender mix it all together, its that simple.Lastly add in the ground nuts, and saffron.
Line up 16 to 20, 5 oz cups and pour in the mixture , cover with silver foil and freeze these cups for 2 to 3 hours.
After they are ready, before serving rub the sides of cups with the palms of your hand this will help to take out kulfi easily. Serve chilled and top with falooda and rose syrup.