Quick & Creamy Mango Kulfi - Easy Mango Kulfi Recipe - Mango Popsicle - Summer Special Kulfi - Smita

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Learn how to make Summer Special Mango Kulfi at home with Chef Smita on Get Curried.

Hot days calls for frozen treats and there's nothing quite like homemade kulfi aka the Indian version of ice cream, This Mango Kulfi has the flavors of mango mixed with the traditional kulfi. “Mango Kulfi”, the most famous Indian frozen dessert. Rich, creamy, nutty and simply delicious. Learn how to make the perfect ice cream kulfi recipe for the hot summer days.
The traditional way to make kulfi involves cooking the milk until it thickens up quite a bit. Then milk solids are added to the Kulfi to make it creamier and its then flavored with cardamom, nuts, saffron.
These days people also make a quick version of Kulfi in which you don’t cook at all. It’s instant and no-cook.
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4 cups Milk (full fat)
1 1/2 cup Milk Powder
1 3/4 cup Condensed Milk
2 tbsp Almonds (chopped)
2 tbsp Pistachios (chopped)
1/2 tsp Cardamom Powder
1/2 tbsp Corn Starch + Water
1 cup Mango Puree

Method: Lets start with heating up the Milk, till it boil then reduce the heat to medium low and add Milk Powder stir it for few moments and then add Condensed Milk, Almonds (chopped), Pistachios (chopped). Let the milk simmer for 20 minutes on low heat till the milk thickens up. Stir the milk in regular interval. After 20 minutes add Cardamom Powder mix it properly then add Corn Starch with water and cook it for another 5 minutes. Continuously stir the milk, after 5 minutes switch off the flame and let it cool down completely. After cooling down add Mango Puree, mix it with the Milk properly and then pour it the Kulfi Mould. Now freeze it for 4 hours in the refrigerator. After 4 hours dip the Kulfi mold into room temperature water, so you can take it out easily.