Kulfi

No fail, recipe with all the flavor of traditional Kulfi

Kulfi

No fail, recipe with all the flavor of traditional Kulfi

Category : Desserts, Ice-Cream

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By carol surrao

Published On: 14 Mar 2006

Rating: 4
8 Votes, 7 Reviews
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10 Minutes
Served : 6
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Directions

Step 1

Blend bread along with the rest of the ingredients in a blender or mixie, until smooth.

Step 2

Pour into any freezable container and freeze, until set (approximately 3 hours).

Step 3

:- You can substitute pistachios for cashew, almonds or even use mango pulp for mango kulfi. This kulfi has been a huge success at potluck dinners!!!!

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olive

Yum, wonderful recipe, tasty kulfi and a tremendous desert..

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PRP

EXCELLENTE!! GREAT!! WONDERFUL!! THANK YOU SO MUCH CAROL...

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Monica

Thanks for this great recipe. It takes less than 10 min to prepare... and turns out to be the best dessert in any dinner.

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Venus

Add 1 can of evaporated milk to your recipe. It will set better and will not be too sweet. It will be absolutely perfect.

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anu

hi i tried this. the taste was good but didnt get set. too much sweet also. then i added half liter of milk along with 3tbsp of corn flour to the mixture and then it got set and the sweetness was ok. so i think this repie is incomplete.

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Meera

Hi Excellent recipe and very easy to make. Everyone should try this. Never thought that Kulfi was made out of bread. Thanks

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sonia

Excellent recipe!!!and so quick... a definite crowd pleaser!! please post more such recipes. thanxxxxx again.

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