Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Malai Kulfi (Quick Way)

With summer coming our way, this is the best thing to eat as a snack in the evening or in the afternoon after lunch as a dessert. We all love it. I made it over the last weekend. My husband was ready to drink the unfrozen liquid and not let me make it into a kulfi... lol


This is a quick way of making kulfi. I will post the proper from the scratch kind of, long recipe later.


Malai Kulfi - मलाई कुल्फी (Heavy Cream Cardamom Indian Ice cream)


Ingredients
Heavy Cream - 2 cups
Condensed Milk - 1 cup
Milk Powder - 1/4 cup
Ilaichi (Cardamom) Powder - 1 tsp
Sliced Almonds - 1 tsp for garnishing
Preparation
Take heavy cream in a heavy (thick) bottomed pan and let it come to boil.
Add condensed milk and milk powder, mix well and let it also come to one boil (keep stirring).
Simmer it on really low setting till it starts thickening a bit.
Add cardamom powder and mix well.
Turn off the gas and let it cool down completely.
Pour them in mould (if you have) or in a freezer safe container and let it freeze at least 6-8 hours or overnight.
Serving
Take it outside and keep it in room temperature at least for 5 minutes before serving. If you are using mould, take them out of it and server them. If you froze it in container, feel free to scoop it out and serve them by garnishing sliced almonds on it.


My kulfi moulds were somehow not working properly (i mean I had trouble getting the kulfi out of it), so I used the container inside.


Note: You can add coarsely ground pistachios instead of cardamom to make pistachio kulfi or puree or mango to make mango kulfi. Basically, you get the idea. Change the flavor to make it whatever you like the best. We simply love the malai kulfi :)


In the weddings that happen during summer months, this dish is a must in North India. So, I am also sending this to JIHVA - Wedding Feasts event hosted by Priya and originally started by Indira's Jihva for Ingredients post


I am also sending my DaalBaati - Choorma recipes for this event as none of the Rajasthani weddings or actually any Rajasthani occassion is incomplete without these.






Also, sending this in for Spotlight: Summer Foods & Drinks Event hosted by Indrani.


That's all for now. Take care till my next post.

14 comments:

Cool Lassi(e) said...

Lovely recipe!Should be an occasional indulgence due to all that heavy cream and condensed milk..like on a wedding or some festive occasion!

BangaloreBaker said...

This is far from quick recipes. I have tried another malai kulfi recipe which involves no heating at all. Just warming in the microwave. I cannot imagine myself making the scratch version anyway. Looks sooo good that I want to make it and eat.

SS said...

Looks delicious! Nicely done!

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said...

Thanks Cool Lassie and SS

@BangaloreBaker, I know what you mean by this is not the quick way as there are other quicker ones ;) But, this is quicker than the long process one...lol

Kiran said...

Very rich and delicious dessert.Picture is very tempting.Please parcel it to me.

Ms.Chitchat said...

Lovely delicious looking kulfi.Click is very very very tempting,would surely try.

Priya said...

Super delicious malai kulfi, looks awesome and truly tempting..

R said...

yumm! perfect for a hot summer day :) will try this out soon!!

simply.food said...

Homemade kulfi looks refreshing and yummy.

ruchikacooks said...

Good for the summer days! Looks tempting.

Thanks for the comment, glad that you like the new layout..

cookcurrynook said...

Wow, this looks too sinful and tempting Priya! I could do with some of this right now...it is sooooo hot here! :)

Sashi said...

Wow!! they are delicious and tempting !! Will bookmark to prepare at home.

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