Kulfi is an Indian ice cream and it's absolutely delicious. And this homemade lychee kulfi is so simple to make that you will get you hooked on it, and you'll make it over and over again.
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If you've ever been to an Indian restaurant, you probably have eaten this delicious Indian ice cream/popsicle called Kulfi. It is typically served in a tiny earthen pot.
It's not hard like a popsicle, but rather very creamy and milky. In fact, kulfi has no eggs or custard, so the structure is very soft and melts in your mouth. It's a real treat.
About this kulfi
Traditionally, kulfi is made with whole milk that has been heated for hours on low heat so that the milk is reduced to almost ⅓ of its original quantity. Yes! It's is very high is milk fat!
But nowadays, we have no time to spend watching over a boiling pot of milk for hours. So, here is my abbreviated method for making homemade lychee kulfi using condensed milk and evaporated milk.
Well, I say abbreviated way of doing it, but it's a quick and simple way of doing it. So, half your work is done for you and put in a can. There are some readymade products like condensed milk, or puff pastry, where you can't help but be grateful for technology.
Step by step instructions
- Crush the lychees using a blender.
- Next, whip the cream to soft peaks.
- In a large bowl, mix all the ingredients together - start by pouring in the condensed milk, followed by the evaporated milk.
- Then, add the crushed lychees.
- Next, fold in the whipped cream.
- Then, pour into kulfi or popsicle molds.
- Freeze for a couple hours (4 to 6 hours or overnight).
- To remove from the mold, just dip the kulfi or popsicle mold in warm water.
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- Crush the Lychees using a blender
- Whip the Cream to soft peaks.
- In a large Bowl – Mix all the ingredients together – star by pouring out the condensed Milk, followed by the evaporated milk,
- Add the crushed Lychees
- Fold in the Whipped cream.
- Pour into Kulfi or Popsicle Molds
- Freeze for a couple hours (4 to 6 hours or overnight)
- To un-mold – just dip the Kulfi or Popsicle mold in warm water.
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