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Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Badam Kulfi (Almond Ice cream)




Kulfi is a frozen dessert which is not whipped like the regular ice cream. It is more richer, more denser and hence it takes more time to melt. I found this recipe at Manjula's Kitchen and was very excited to try it. Thanks Manjula for this scrumptious dessert. 

A cold treat to end the summer! This lusciously smooth kulfi takes you to your dreamier world. It is infused with cardamom and added almonds for a nice crunch. The kulfi dissolves in your mouth and you just can't keep your spoon down. Do enjoy this Indian ice cream at your home. And here goes the recipe,
Ingredients:

4 cups Whole Milk
1/4 cup Sugar
1 White Bread Slice
1tsp Cornstarch
1/2tsp Cardamom (Coarsely ground)
10 Almonds (chopped)
 
How to:

  • Remove the crust off of the bread and slice'em into squares. 



  • Blend together 1/2 cup milk, bread pieces and cornstarch to a smooth paste.




  • In a wide pan, boil the remaining milk at medium-high heat by stirring the pan continuously.



  • Once it comes to boil, let the milk cook for another 12 mins until it is reduced. 
  • Now reduce the heat to medium and pour the bread-cornstarch mixture and cook for 4 mins, until it thickens.



  • Then add the sugar and chopped almonds, mix well and cook for another couple of mins.



  • Finally switch off and add the cardamom powder.



  • Let it cool completely and pour the mixture in to a bowl. Wrap the bowl with a plastic wrap, making sure it touches the top of the milk mixture.




  • Freeze it overnight and serve cold garnished with more almonds.

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  2. SUper irresistible nutty kulfi,loving it.

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  3. Wow looks very tempting.Never try this recipe.

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  6. Hi!
    I love your recipe for kulfi. Looks delicious. I have never tried adding bread. Will try it soon.

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  7. Wow looks tempting....i have never trid with bread slice...gonna try it ...happy to follow you.

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  8. Nidhya vow that really an innovative recipe!!!!!...
    my first time here..i am really not sure if that's how its made for real..
    really am so amazed and thrilled to try it when i have all the ingredients in my pantry...
    definitely will let you know..thanks much for sharing

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