Sunday, July 17, 2011

cashew kulfi

'Kulfi' also know as the traditional Indian ice cream is one of my favorite desserts.

In Bangalore you can find the best Kulfi at 'Sreeraj Lassi',this kulfi comes close to that,the only difference is that Sreeraj Lassi kulfi's are creamier . This was good enough:) , but I still loooooooove my mango kulfi

 My mom loves kaju kulfi, this one is for her.

 Recipe source : manjulas kitchen

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  • 4 cups milk
  • 1 slice of white bread(sides removed and cut to bits)
  • 1 teaspoon cornflour
  • 1/4 cup sugar or more
  • 1/2 teaspoon cardamom powder
  • 15 cashew nuts (chopped)

  1. Grind bread, 1/2 cup milk and cornflour to a fine paste and keep aside.
  2. Bring 3.5 cups of milk to a boil in a non stick frying pan on medium high heat.Stir in between to avoid the milk from sticking to the bottom.Scrape the sides.
  3. Once the milk comes to boil,let the milk boil for another 12 minutes.The milk should reduce from 3.5 cups to 2.5 cups.
  4. Add bread-milk-cornflour  mixture to the milk and cook for 4 minutes.Reduce the heat to medium.
  5. Add sugar and cashew to the milk and cook for 2 more minutes.
  6. Take off flame and add cardamom powder.Cool the milk to room temperature before pouring into kulfi molds.
  7. Once you pour the milk to kulfi molds place cling film on top, the cling film should touch the milk.Cover and freeze for 6 to 8 hours.
  8. To remove the kulfi from molds, place under running water for few seconds and tap  on a hard surface till the kulfi pops out.
  9. Serve as dessert.
Note :bread and cornflour is used to reduce crystallization during the freezing process.


  1. hi, i will tell Achu 2 try dis...

  2. hey there! i remember visiting your site and seeing the sponge cake (marble cake). keep 'em coming!

  3. Thanks for dropping by my blog. You have some amazing recipes here :)

  4. Love the presentation. I 'm new to ur space and loved going thru your collection. Simply awesome clicks. I'm your new follower. Do stop by mine when you find time.

  5. Beautiful clicks..nice recipe..yumm!!

  6. These sound so interesting and I bet are delicious! Thanks for sharing! :)

  7. This is my favorite, blog:) Thanks Cherie!!! I can try any recipe and know it will turn out good, very authentic recipes..Whether it's pav, focaccia or chocolate chip cookies, it all comes out great...this is my favorite go to place to try out new recipes. I am going to try this yummy kulfi next, have always loved the kaju kismish combo so I might change it a bit...Lisa


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