Sunday, May 5, 2013

Mango Kulfi / Easy Kulfi Recipe - Summer Special!!!

Summer at its peak in India and few other conutires but here in WI its still little chill, windy and only from this week weather is getting warm and bright. After spending 6-7 months in minus degrees we feel that 70 or 75F itself too hot, sweat n thirsty. Dunno h we managed in India but now we cant bare the heat n we look for chill air n cooling alternatives like food n drink which makes our body cool n
refreshing.
We keep ourselves cool n energetic by taking fresh fruits n its juices, lemonade, mocktails, ice creams in hot sunny days. Here we get all kinds of fruits round the year except the price varies but in India summer is very very special & colorful. We get the season's fruit - mango, watermelon, jack fruit, nungu(palm fruit) and everywhere u can find roadside shops/small stalls selling these fresh fruits, sherbath, lemonade, fresh fruit juices, khulfi, ice creams, badam kheer, tender coconuts, kambu koozhl, neer more n many more. Really missing all!!!
So today's recipe is summer special recipe, Khulfi flavored with season's king fruit Mango- Mango Khulfi. Love khulfis more and first time tried this from my friend Nalini's space. I made this mango khulfi for my kid's birthday party and it was super hit and everyone loved it. My elder one who doesnt like mangoes(both raw n ripe) loved this khulfi and requested to make again for him :)
This is so simple, easy to make and way delicious khulfi recipe. I bet that none will say no to this yummy n creamy khulfi. Give it a try then u will accept my words. Thank You so much Nalini for this easy n yummy yummy mango khulfi, we loved it to the core. Now off to the recipe..


Ingredients
  1. Milk         2 1/2 cups
  2. Condensed milk     1/2 cup
  3. Mango Pulp    1 cup
  4. Milk powder       1/4 cup
  5. Cardamom Powder   1/4 tsp
  6. Sugar          2 Tablespoons
  7. Pistachois     2-3 tbsp crushed ( optional, i added)
Method
  • In a heavy bottom vessel, mix all the ingredients - milk, condensed milk, milk powder, sugar bring it to boil.
  • Once it starts boiling, simmer it for 15-20 minutes to get little thick. 
  • Lastly add cardamom powder  mix well & Turn off the heat and let it cool down completely.
  • Once it is completely cooled, add mango pulp to this and pour the mixture into the kulfi/popsicle mould/mini condiment cups and freeze it for 6-8 hours for it to set completely.
  • Tha'ts it simple & yummy mango khulfi ready, to serve take it from freezer, run under tap water for 30 seconds then pull it gently  & ready to relish!

Notes:
I used store bought sweetend mango pulp, so i did not add sugar.
Add mango pulp once the milk mixture is cooled cimpletely.
I used milk mawa powder.
If u are using condiment or paper cups like me pour 3/4 to the cup and arrange the khulfi cups in a box(container) then cover it using plastic wrap and freeze it.
After 1-2 hours remove the box using knife make small hole and insert stick to each cup and set to freeze for 6 hours.


32 comments:

  1. Amazing pics Sangee! Beautiful kulfi!
    Our weather is a bitstrange here... in one day we can see temp's from 30 in the morning to 90 in the afternoon!

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  2. Delicious and easy to make kulfi.. Absolutely love this, as I tried this recently too.. :)
    Nice clicks, Sangee... :)

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  3. I made the same without mangoes and planning to post it :) lovely clicks da :)

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  4. kulfi looks fabulous and refreshing

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  5. Yum yum kulfi, loved the simplicity. Bookmarked.Very tempting clicks and beautiful presentation too.

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  6. yummy and delicious kulfis.

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  7. nice clicks. please say ur mail id

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    1. u can contact me @ sangeethaskitchen@gmail.com.

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  8. beautiful clicks and yummy kulfi...

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  9. Kulfi looks inviting .. perfect for the summer.

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  10. the last shot is too good ! amazing ! truely loved it !

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  11. kulfi looks yummy and luv ur clicks sangee :)

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  12. love the kulfi, adore the clicks

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  13. Kulfi looks so delicious Sangeetha.. Very nicely explained :-)

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  14. Totally mouthwatering...What beautiful clicks man! <3

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  15. yummy kulfi.. simple one.. Refreshing must try

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  16. They look very delicious & with the mango in it I can imagine the taste. Great pictures Sangeeta!

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  17. Thank you so much for trying this...very addictive kulfis.Nice clicks.

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  18. i loved these kulfi's...and for the season of mangoes what could be better than this

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  19. Delicious kulfi, beautiful clicks.

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  20. Tempting kulfis...feel like grabbing them off the screen

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  21. Delicious kulfi with nice clicks.

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  22. nice clicks for delicious kulfi.

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  23. Kulfi looks so delicious and yum Sangee

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  24. i love kulfis...whenever i was in chennai every week i used to go to besant nagar beach with my friends to have kulfi,u made it perfect dear...The color looks amazing and nice clicks...

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  25. The pictures make me drool, especially the last one looks fantastic..

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  26. pass me that plate sangee :) will finish all the kulfi..

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  27. wow this is delicious. iwant them all.

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  28. Delicious and yummilicious, feel like grabbing them all.. :) Delectable clicks :)

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