Heres the recipe of Kulfi Falooda,this is the way i make it but
u can always use your own idea or add your own tips to make
it your way.
1 litre full fat Milk
1/3 cup Sugar
1/4 tsp elaichi (cardamom) powder
1 tablespoon Cornflour
1 tablespoon finely sliced Pistachio,Cashews and Almonds for
1 slice of bread crumbled or also bread crumbs can be used
300 grms heavy cream
Few strands of good quality Saffron(i use Nitu didi's Saffron,
one of the best quality with perfect aroma and taste)
5 tablespoons Rose syrup
3 tablespoon scoops Falooda Sev (vermicelli)
(i get it ready made,you can also make it at home)
Tukmaria seeds or Sabja seeds - 1 tea spoon(optional)
Dissolve the cornflour in 2 tablespoons of water and keep aside.
Boil milk in a broad and heavy bottomed pan, reduce heat
and simmer till the milk reduces to half of the quantity
,add the cardamom powder to it.
Add dissolved cornflour,bread crumbs and sugar and stir
continuosly till the sugar dissolves.
Let it cool completley.
Blend it with blender or also can be blended in a mixer
adding heavy cream to it.
Add some sliced cashews,almonds pistachio and saffron
(soaked separately in little warm milk for nice color and aroma)
Transfer it in an airtight container or kulfi molds
and garnish with remaining nuts.
Keep it in freezer for 6-8 hrs.
When kulfi is set unmold it by pouring some water
on the outside of the molds, it will help to unmold easily.
Or to unmold the kulfi, allow the kulfi molds to remain
outside the refrigerator for 10-15 minutes.
Slice the kulfi and place it in a bowl.
Top it with falooda and Sabja(optional) put some rose
syrup over the falooda.
Sprinkle some sliced pistachio and almonds and serve
Stirring the milk is very important to ensure that
the milk does not stick to the bottom and burn.
Never add the cream in the prepared milk until it has
I use Nitu didi's saffron,it gives a perfect color,aroma
and taste to all my desserts,i recomend all to use Nitu Didi
Pure Spanish saffron (you can buy it from her , she sends it directly from Spain)
To get Nitu didi's saffron you can contact Nitu on facebook with
the name COOKING WITH NITU
Thank you soo much for this lovely recipe Jaanvi :) I am
sure all my followers are going to love it :)
NITU DIDI TIP: I also add some rabri to it. Which heavy cream is best?
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