Our summer weekends suddenly got momentous with this homemade ‘Badami Kulfi.’ I have been making a batch almost every other week for my folks, and it has been a hit. I also try making the variations like – Mango Kulfi, Pista Kulfi, Rose Kulfi, or some fruit kulfi with whatever fruit I have at hand; varying the amount of coconut sugar. Here goes the recipe for Badami Kulfi:
Ingredients: Makes 4 glass full (serves 8) or 16-18 popsicles
4 cups Berkeley Farms whole milk (full fat)
1/2 cup grated cottage cheese
7 oz. Nestle sweetened condensed milk
4-5 tbsps coconut sugar (adjust according to taste)
1/4 cup unblanched almond meal
1/2 tsp ground cardamom powder
2 tbsps rose water
*In a deep heavy bottom pan, heat milk, condensed milk, cardamom powder and coconut sugar on a low to medium flame and bring it to boil.
*Now add almond meal, cottage cheese and rose water to the boiling milk; let it simmer, stirring it every 3-5 minutes.
*Let it cool for 10-12 minutes before you, pour the kulfi mix into glasses or popsicle molds. Freeze them until solid, mostly overnight.
*Garnish with almonds when serving.
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