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Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Strawberry Pista Kulfi


Today is the 7th Wednesday of Radhika's event,"Blog Hop Wednesdays". This time I am paired with Jyothi of "Pages". What a magnificent multipurpose blog she has. The reviews of books given by her are par excellence. And talking about the recipes, she has a nice collection at her space. I have picked "Malai Kulfi" from her blog as my kids are very fond of Kulfis. When I asked them about what shall I prepare for the event from Jyothi's blog, the immediate reaction from them was...."Kulfeeeeesssss". So to please them I decided to prepare kulfis with a little twist by adding strawberry flavor to it.





Ingredients

Full Cream Milk
    1 Kg
Strawberry Crush
    2 Tbsp
Sugar
    1/2 Cup/as per taste
Condense Milk
    1/2 Cup 
Cornflour
    1 Tbsp
Pistachios
    5-6 Pieces
Method
1.    Mix the cornflour in 2 Tbsp of milk and keep aside.
2.    Put milk in a kadahi or any other broad pan. Allow it to boil.
3.    Add cornflour paste, condense milk and sugar.
4.    Boil on a medium flame and keep on stirring continuously till the the milk reduce to a little less than half the original quantity.
5.    Switch off the fire.
6.    Let it cool completely.
7.    Add strawberry crush and pistachios slices. Mix well.
8.    Pour into kulfi moulds and freeze till set.
9.    Take moulds out of the fridge. Unmould the kulfi with the help of a sharp knife to release it.
10.   Serve and enjoy.






35 comments:

  1. Oh My God. i'm simply drooling here. Wonderful presentation.

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  2. I completely echo Radhikas post! Looks yum!

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  3. oooohh... Lovely looking kulfi's.. Love your presentation too

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  4. wow very tempting kulfi !! Love them !!

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  5. This looks delicious..Should try it some day...Thanks for the recipe dear.

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  6. Awesome. They really come out delicious. I like to grab one from picture.

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  7. oooohh... Lovely looking kulfi's.. Love your presentation too

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  8. Feel like relishing this incredible kulfi..

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  9. beautiful and absolutely yummy kulfis..

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  10. drooling over those kulfis..absolutely cool ones,made perfect,dear!!

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  11. Kulfis look absolutely delicious...

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  12. Drooling..so colourful and looks really yummy.

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  13. looks incredible n stunning kulfi...awesome..
    Tasty Appetite

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  14. looks sooo good- loved the 2nd pic especially- such vibrant pinks has my love

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  15. Looks fabulous! Thx for visiting my blog...first time to your and am loving it!

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  16. I bet the kids will drool over this!!

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  17. Kulfi looks super delicious.Nice combo

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  18. These are SO gorgeous!!! Wonderful wonderful!!

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  19. Drooling dear ....absolutely delish!

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  20. Creamy, luscious kulfi!!! Nice clicks!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  21. Deliciously Colourfuland Creamy Kulfis.Luv it.Dear Blogger Friend,Wish U a Warm and Happy Diwali.Let the Day of Lights be celebrated with taste-filled delights,Safe and Delicious Memorable Moments - Regards, Christy Gerald

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  22. lovely dessert idea

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  23. OMG these r heavenly.. am not getting ur updates at all i dont know y i shd re check it..

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  24. wow!!delicious!!Thanks for sending it to Food Corner...

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  25. Hi..
    Lovely blog and a beautiful kulfi.Where in India did u buy these kulfi moulds? do you have any idea where i could find them in India?

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  26. wow. This look so stunning. I wanna try ASAP

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