Monday, 4 May 2020

Kulfi Falooda

Kulfi Falooda  

While we haven't stepped out of our homes for approximately 43 days now, the craving for takeouts, pizza, street food and sweets remain. So I, once again, tried to embrace the traditional methods of homemade food over the now unavailable option of buying. Hence, I present to you the usual recipe of Kulfi with the addition of Falooda. Chilled recipes like these help us bring calm and get through the heat and frustration without depending on food outlets.





Cooking Time : 40 to 50 Min

Resting Time : 12 to 14 Hours

Video : 


Ingredients : 

For Kulfi 


  • Full cream milk 1 1/2 ltr 
  • Sugar 2 Tablespoon (You can use according to your taste)
  • Almonds Chopped 1/2 cup
  • Pistachio Nuts Chopped 2 tablespoon
  • Green cardamom 4 to 5 crushed
  • Cornflour 1 Teaspoon optional
  • Kesar 12 to 15 strands soak in 1 tablespoon water 
For Falooda : 4 Servings 
  • Corn flour 1/2 cup
  • Water 1 1/2 cup
  • Sugar 1 Tablespoon
  • Lots of Ice
For Garnishing :  
  • Rose syrup 2 Tablespoon
  • Pistachio nuts chopped 1 Tablespoon
Procedure :  

For Kulfi 
  • In a heavy bottom pan cook milk along with sugar and cardamom powder. 

  • When milk starts boiling, make sure that you continuously stir it and cook for around 25 to 30 minutes till you get a rabri kind of texture


  • If you feel that the this is not a smooth mixture just take a 1 teaspoon of corn flour, dissolve in 1 tablespoon of water, add it in milk cook for a minute it will be a smooth mixture.

  • Add Chopped nuts and kesar. Mix it well . 



  • Fill this mixture in kulfi moulds or ice- cream moulds and freeze it for 8 to 10 hours




For Falooda :  
  • In a bowl take 1/2 cup of cornflour, add 1 tablespoon of sugar to this, slowly slowly add water to this and form a free flowing mixture 
  • Now take a non sticky pan and cook this mixture on slow or medium flame. It will be sticky but don't worry just stir it continuously.


  • Once you get a transparent texture as shown in picture switch off the gas

  • In a big bowl, take lots of ice and cold water
  • Now fill this mixture in a Machine, which is used for making namkeen. It is easily available in market or you can make a cone of plastic sheet
  • In the machine place the attachment of the size you want for faluda. Now press the machine you will get nice faluda saviya coming out, drop this in cold water and let it be in cold water for at-least 10 to 15 mins 


  • One more thing if you see that the faluda is dissolving in water it means your mixture of corn flour is not cooked properly


For Serving :  
  • In a plate or glass add the small pieces of kulfi, top it with faluda, sprinkle some rose syrup and chopped nuts enjoy .... 







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