Kulfi(traditional Indian ice cream)

Kulfi is a classic frozen  dessert from the Indian Subcontinent. Kulfi is  made by boiling milk for a long times till it becomes rabri,which is then cooked with sugar and  flavored with cardamom ,saffron,rosewater.Slow cooking process makes kulfi  super delicious.

Ingredients (for 5 serving)

  • Milk-1.5 litre
  • Pistachio -2 tbsp finely chopped
  • Saffron-some strands
  • Cardamom powder-1 tsp
  • Rose water-1 tsp(optional)
  • Sugar-1/2 cup
  • Cashew nut powder-2 tbsp
  • Corn starch-1 tbsp


Step 1 -Take milk in  deep nonstick pan and bring to boil with alternate stirring.Cook 15 -20 minutes,   till milk reduces half of its original quantity. Take 3 tbsp milk in bowl and add corn starch mix well keep aside.

Step2-Add sugar,cashew nut powder,chopped pistachio,saffron cook 5  minutes till milk reduces one third of its original quantity.Reduce flame ,add corn starch with continuous stirring,cook 2-3 minutes  till paste consistency . Remove from heat,add cardamom powder,rose water mix  it proper, cool for 10-15 minutes.

Step 3 –Take cooled milk in  food processor/grinder and process it for 30 seconds so its  gives good texture(optional) pour mix into same pan and cook 30-60 seconds.Remove from heat and cool it completely. Pour the cooled mix into kulfi molds/ice cream mould/container/ steel glasses/Popsicle molds  cover them with lids and also cover with cling film,keep in freezer for 6-8 hours. Demold and  enjoy delicious,saffron flavored classic Indian Kulfi!!!!!!



18 Comments Add yours

  1. Where can I get this??? 😉

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    1. Any good Indian restaurant will have it, another place is my home😀

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  2. colleydc11 says:

    I love kulfi and used to eat it at the end of a meal in Leyton, London. There are a wide range of Asian sweet shops that sell everything from multi coloured sweets to wonderfully spicy shami kebabs.
    It’s about time we had a decent one in Norwich.

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  3. PriyaPandian says:

    Love kulfi.Have an idea of trying it. Thanks for sharing:-)

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    1. It’s my pleasure!!!

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  4. That looks awesome! I’ve never seen this at an Indian restaurant before.

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    1. Thanks, it’s my pleasure!!!!


  6. Ankur Mithal says:

    Moonh mein paani 🙂

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  7. Soooo delicious and yum!! I love Kulfis ❤️❤️

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  8. bake365blog says:

    Very nice recipe..Keep good work

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    1. Thanks so much!!!


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