MATKA KULFIby Avneet Anand (@avneetanand)
Kulfi is a frozen dessert that is popular in the Indian subcontinent. It is similar to ice cream, but it is denser and creamier, with a richer and more intense flavor. Kulfi comes in a variety of flavors, including cardamom, saffron, pistachio, almond, rose, mango, and coconut. It is often served on a stick, much like a popsicle, and is sometimes garnished with chopped nuts or rose petals. Kulfi is often enjoyed as a dessert after a meal, or as a refreshing treat on a hot day. It is also a popular street food, where vendors sell it from carts or small shops. Overall, kulfi is a delicious and unique dessert that is enjoyed by many people around the world.
- 15gBread Crumbs
- 75gMilk Powder
- 1/2tspCustard Powder
- 1/2tspKulfi Essence/ Thandai Essence
- Yellow Colour (optional)
- 500mLFull Cream Milk
- 1/2tspCardamom Powder
Take a Mixie Jar, add all the dry ingredients and churn it.
In a pan add milk and add the powdered mixture to it. Give it a boil.
Let it cool down and than pour it in kulfi molds or matkas. Sprinkle Some chopped nuts on top.
Set in freezer overnight.
Demold it and serve immediately.
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