Kulfi is a frozen dairy dessert originating in the Indian subcontinent. Kulfi in its form and taste is somewhat similar to ice-cream, however, it is denser and creamier than ice-cream. Kulfi comes in various flavours and tastes like Malai, Rose, Anjeer, Badam, Kesar-Pista and also some newer variations like Mango, Apple, Orange, Strawberry, Chocolate, Paan or Mint etc.
Malai kulfi is the basic kulfi variation where milk is thickened via slow cooking, sweetened and then frozen in tight sealed moulds or containers. Kulfi prepared in this manner makes it denser, creamier giving a smooth mouth feel, devoid of any ice-crystals. In this particular type of kulfi, I have abstained from adding chopped nuts and flavourings except little cardamom powder, in order to keep the rich flavour and taste of malai intact. It is a quicker and modern version of the authentic malai kulfi as I have used sweetened condensed milk instead of reducing milk the traditional manner, saves time https://www.viagrasansordonnancefr.com/ and believe me tastes great.