Mango Kulfi


Last summer I had prepared Mango Rabdi/Mango Kulfi and I had also prepared Mango Kulfi the easier way. Ironically, I had misplaced the pictures in another computer and so totally forgot about these kulfis. 


Yesterday when I was looking for some files in my other computer, I came across these pictures and dreamt of summer [:)] and decided to post it for Day 7 of  BM 12. Don't you think it is a crime to forget about such a delightful dessert?? 


Ingredients - 


Evaporated Milk 1 can (approx 350 ml) - I used Fat Free
Sweetened Condensed Milk 1/2 cup - I used Fat Free
Whipped Cream 1 cup (I didn't use)
Mango Pulp 1 cup (I used canned but fresh mango pulp works best!)
Cardamom Powder 1 tsp (Optional)
Chopped Nuts 3 Tbsp


Mango Kulfi


Method Of Preparation -


Mix the evaporated milk and the condensed milk and bring to a boil. Cool the mixture and then whisk whipped cream (if using) and mango pulp.


Mix in the chopped nuts.


Freeze the above mixture for about an hour or two. When it is just about to solidify, remove and whisk again so that ice crystals don't form.


Now pour into popsicle moulds and cover and freeze them over night.


To unmould, run in hot water or dip in hot water and slowly twist off and remove. 


Enjoy on a summer afternoon or for a dessert!! Kids and Adults enjoy this alike!!


Check out the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM# 12. 

Sending these Kulfis to 

 Kid's Delight hosted by Edible Entertainment and 



Suma's CEDD  hosted for Raven 


A re-cap of the past 2 weeks of Blogging Marathon - 



Week 1 - Delicious Dals
Day 7 - Kudumulu ~ Toor Dal-Jaggery Dumplings
Day 6 - Red Chori Beans - Bottle Gourd Sambar
Day 5 - Toor Dal Chutney ~ Pigeon Pea Chutney ~ Kandi Pachadi
Day 4 - Masala Vada ~ Chana Dal Fritters
Day 3 - Bottle Gourd - Lentil Curry | Sorrakaya-Senagapappu Koora
Day 2 - Kabuli Chana Fry ~ Garbanzo Beans Fry
Day 1 - Mixed Lentil Khichdi


Week 2 - Kid's Delight - Something Sweet

Day 7 - Mango Kulfi - The Easier Way
Day 6 - Godhuma Rava Halwa ~ Wheat Rava Halwa
Day 5 - Vegan Pumpkin Scones
Day 4 - Vegan Chocolate Cupcake
Day 3 - Vegan Sweet Potato Kheer
Day 2 - Carrot Poli ~ Carrot Bobbattu
Day 1  - Eggless Orange-Corn Muffins

Preparation Time 10 min + Cooling Time 7-8 hours
Makes 6-8 (depending on the size of popsicle moulds)

30 comments

  1. Hema Says:
  2. They look so perfectly done and lipsmackingly delicious..

     
  3. Wow Yummy and delicious recipe. This is a perfect recipe for all the mango lovers and i'm one of them... wow can't wait to try :)

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  4. Yummy and delicious kulfis. Wonderful looking pics.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

     
  5. Lip smacking and delicious looking kulfi,my family's favorite kulfi...

     
  6. Usha Says:
  7. Of course, of course it is a crime to forget such a delightful dessert! I love the first picture.

     
  8. feel like having one..looks really good..perfectly made!

     
  9. Looks so nice...

     
  10. Wooooooooooow they looks so delicious Iam drooling here....

     
  11. Preeti Garg Says:
  12. again cool kulfi , lovin it

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  13. Anonymous Says:
  14. They look majestic, on a stick. There is no addition of special cream.
    Is it crunchy with ice too? Kids would love that.

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  15. very delicious looking kulfi..

     
  16. PriyaVaasu Says:
  17. Oh Yum!!!!Looks so Delicious!!!!

     
  18. OH MY GOD.. they are so delicious...

     
  19. Chandrani Says:
  20. Mango kulfi looks yummy and delicious...

     
  21. Srivalli Says:
  22. I understand harini..the kulfis look so inviting!..glad you could join us for BM..

     
  23. Rajani Says:
  24. oh these look so lovely! would love to have them

     
  25. that is a super easy recipe! bookmarking this

     
  26. really easy recipe, lovely picture

     
  27. Priya Says:
  28. Yum yum,great looking,super creamy kulfis..

     
  29. Anu Says:
  30. Yum creamy kulfi

     
  31. if it was a hot summer day, I would want to eat these right off the screen..pics are great!

     
  32. Hyma Says:
  33. thanks for that post....here in Chennai we are ready to welcome Summer anytime...so this is perfect timing!

     
  34. Suma Gandlur Says:
  35. I bought some popsicle moulds many many years ago but haven;t put them to use so far. :)My son is the only one who eats icecreams and kind of these cold desserts and so I buy it for him instead of trying it at home.
    Your version is truly tempting though. I must try it in Summer though my son would be ready to have these kulfis even now. :))

     
  36. divya Says:
  37. Yum! That looks fantastic!

     
  38. Prabhamani Says:
  39. Nice preparation..

     
  40. Archana Says:
  41. Delicious prepration

     
  42. Perfect looking Kulfi! Love it!

     
  43. Smitha Says:
  44. That's vy tempting!! Want that now!

     
  45. Perfect looking kulfis!! Congrats on completing two weeks of marathon :)

     
  46. Kavi Says:
  47. Harini, that's just WOW! I really need to get those Kulfi moulds now! :D Thanks so much for linking this dish to Kid's Delight - Something Sweet. :) Would love to have more entries from you! :D
    -
    Kavi (Edible Entertainment

     
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