Kesar Pista Kulfi


4 cups boiled milk
1/2 cup condensed milk
Few strands of saffron soaked in warm milk
Chopped pista
2 tsp pista (ground into paste)
Sugar (as required considering the sweetness of condensed milk)

Mix all the ingredients well and keep heating it till it reduces to less than half. Cool and pour them into kulfi moulds and freeze for a day.

Run the moulds under water for a minute to easily remove the kulfi from the mould.

Serve immediately.

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sowmya said...

kulfi looks yumm...have to try once..been seeing in many blogs..

srikars kitchen said...

wow.. nice entry.. really yummy .. thxs for sharing..

Happy cook said...

Looks superb.

notyet100 said...

yummy kulfi always wanted to mke this...:-)

Priya said...

Wow superb drooling here, as am a great fan of Kulfis..

Curry Leaf said...

Always wanted to make them.I do not have moulds though.Nice post

DEESHA said...

looks totally delish

Valarmathi said...

Looks Yummy. Nice color.

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

halwa looks yummy! is it possible to make this just with wheat flour instead of white flour?

Ms. Macaroon said...

i always use left over burfee to make a ice cream, i cant wait to try this, is the consistency more creamy or more hard?

EC said...

Thanks everyone for ur comments

@ Mahima...I doubt if it will turn out good with wheat flour

@ Macaroon..It is creamy

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