Summer is in full swing and we are thinking about all the cool things-from juices, salads and citrus fruits to milkshakes and ice creams. Don’t we all like to lick those lollipops after school in the afternoon? Some of us like to eat homemade kulfi. Kulfis has been part of Indian cuisine since ancient times and is undoubtedly one of the most popular desserts.
It is believed that kulfi was originated in the royal kitchen of the Mughal Empire in the 16th century. Due to its delicate aroma and frozen creamy mixture, kulfi has its main ingredient- full fat milk, which traditionally must be boiled for several hours to obtain a silky, caramelized flavour.
Kulfi’s unique flavour and smooth texture are attributed to the constant stirring of milk. It is this unique caramel flavour that makes us hooked on this delightful joy.
Kulfi is a classic Indian dessert that no one can resist! This Indian dessert occupies a permanent position in restaurants across the country too!
However, did you know that you can also make this irresistible kulfi at home? Here’s the super easy recipe to make quintessential Indian dessert ‘kulfi’ at home.
Mango Kulfi Recipe:
This recipe of kulfi is full of the goodness of the king of fruits- Mangoes! The most popular mango in summer is something many of us yearn for year-round.
- In this simple mango kulfi recipe, mango and cardamoms are blended together into a smooth paste, and mix it with sugar, milk and heavy cream.
- Then mix it with vanilla ice cream for a thick mixture.
- The mixture is then placed in moulds with crunchy pistachios on top.
- Then, frozen for about 7-8 hours.
- After removing moulds, you can serve fresh homemade kulfis!
This is the perfect dessert recipe prepared at home and served after dinner this summer. So, get yourself ready to make these refreshing and cool kulfis for your loved ones this summer season.