Kulfi is a frozen dessert of India since the 16th century, also known as "traditional Indian ice cream". Kulfi is a delicious and popular frozen dessert of India also popular in Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, Burma and many other countries, and readily available in the restaurants serving Indian food around the world. Kulfi is very similar in taste to ice cream but Kulfi is more creamy and dense. Kulfi has a variety of flavors. The most famous flavors are Malai Kulfi, Gulab, Mango and Kesar Pista. The ice cream is soft because it is whipped, while the kulfi is not whipped, so it is a solid, creamy and dense frozen dessert. Kulfi is similar to custard ice cream. Kesar Pista Kulfi is one of the most famous and delicious Kulfi that can be enjoyed in any season of the year. When you plan to invite your friends to a dinner party, serve delicious Kesar Pista kulfi or for the celebrations like Holi or Diwali or any other party. We are sharing the delicious saffron pistachio kulfi recipe here.
|Milk||1 Liter||Milk Powder||1/2 Cup|
|Sugar||2 Tablespoon||Cardamom Powder||1/2 Teaspoon|
|Almonds, Soaked Peel and Finely Chopped||10||Pistachio, Finely Chopped||35 - 40|
|Safron (Kesar)||30 - 35 Threads|
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