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Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Mango Kulfi

Today's recipe is Mango Kulfi. The weather is getting warm here and It feels nice to have something cold. Recently I came across this recipe from Nalini's site. I had all the ingredients and was easy to make. So decided to give it a try. Wow! It was so yummy & we all loved it. 



What are the ingredients needed?

Milk, 2 1/2 cups
Condensed milk, 1/2 cup
Milk powder, 1/4 cup
Cardamom, 3-4 nos.
Sugar- 2 Tablespoons
Mango Pulp, 1 cup


How it is made?
  1. Powder the cardamom along with sugar and set it aside.
  2. In a heavy bottom pan, mix milk, condensed milk, milk powder without any lumps, heat it and bring it boil, and let it simmer for 15-20 minutes, add the powdered cardamom mix well & Turn off the heat and let it cool down.
  3. Once it is completely cooled, mix mango pulp to this and pour the mixture into the kulfi/popsicle mould and  freeze it for 6-8 hours for it to set completely.
  4. Un mould the kulfi and serve.

Notes:
  • I have used sweetened condensed milk and sweetened canned mango pulp, so except for powdering the cardamom, I have not added any extra sugar.
  • In case if you are using fresh mango pulp, then add sugar according to your taste.
  • To un mould the kulfi, run it in tap water for 30 seconds and pull them gently. 

35 comments:

  1. delicious and yummy mango kulfi :) slurrrp !!tempting me!! :)

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  2. Very inviting cute kulfi...summer delight for sure.

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  3. lovely kulfi and ingredients are also simple
    my prb is tht icicle forms in my icecreams
    dnt know what to do

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  4. Delicious one and mango kulfi is my all time fav

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  5. wow ! bookmarked ! gonna try soon

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  6. Kulfi look so tempting. perfect for the season

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  7. My fav one looks wonderful...Bookmarking this...

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  8. Very very cute and lovely kulfi... perfect perfect for summer...

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  9. Yummy mango Kulfi... Lovely Divya.

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  10. This is my favorite. Looks yum and refreshing..:-)

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  11. Delicious and tempting.. Nice clicks..

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  12. looks scrumptiously tasty dear

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  13. Yummy.. I made this too last year when I was in India..here we don't get nice mangoes here..

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  14. None will resist to this droolworthy kulfi, feel like relishing some rite now,eventhough its raining outside.

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  15. Looks tempting and can't control myself.

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  16. Thanks for trying,looks delicious and nice clicks...

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  17. This is so delicious! the clicks are so tempting...I am going to try this one soon :)

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  18. wow wow... apdiya kanu, tongue elam anga vantruchu.... super look n super tempting aks... thanks for participating on our sys-w series...

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  19. awesome...beautiful clicks....

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  20. Recipe is great.. but I am in love with your moulds and the fact that they are so colourful! :P

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  21. even in winter i can have dis..so cool n colourful moulds..

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  22. So I tried a few different recipes of kulfi last week and this one is THE best! So easy to make and so very yummy!!!! Thank you ever so much for sharing!

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    1. Thanks for your feed back! Am so glad you liked it. :)

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