June 1, 2024Republic Lifestyle Desk

Mango, Pista, Rose, Matka: Flavours Of Kulfis Popular In India

Kesar Pista Kulfi, a traditional Indian ice cream infused with saffron and pistachio nuts, is a popular summer dessert among a variety of ice creams available in the market.

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Mango Kulfi, a popular frozen summer dessert in the Indian Sub-continent, is made with milk, sugar, and sweet ripe mangoes, served in Indian restaurants year-round.

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Kesar Badam Kulfi is a traditional, creamy, and easy kulfi recipe made with reduced milk, nuts, sugar, and saffron.

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Kesar Badam Kulfi is a traditional, creamy, and easy kulfi recipe made with reduced milk, nuts, sugar, and saffron.

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Khoya Kulfi is on simmer milk, sugar, milk solids, crushed cardamom seeds, and nuts in a saucepan. Pour into freezer-safe moulds, freeze, and unmold. Cool in hot water.

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This rose milk kulfi involves grinding sugar, badam, pista, cardamom, rose essence, and pink food colour into a powder, boiling milk, and freezing. Garnish with pistachios and serve immediately.

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Matka Kulfi is typically made using a kulfi mould, with earthen matkas used for shaping. It is traditionally made by evaporating thick, sweetened, and flavoured milk.

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