Thursday, 4 June 2015

BANANA WALNUT KULFI MALAI


In my previous post on Kulfi Malai I mentioned how in our childhood street hawkers visited our neighbourhoods to sell them. They used aluminium moulds kept on a heap of ice cubes covered with a red cloth... They carried the big baskets on their heads and entered our neighbourhood around 7 pm. What ingredients they used only they knew, we only pampered us with unlimited indulgence and pleasure, convincing mom was a tedious job though. She always said they use drain water to prepare them, though we kids never believed . Somehow, years later I have started echoing the same words and happily prepare them at home.

My experiments with ice creams never prove good, hence I keep on preparing Kulfi Malai quite often, a sweet summer treat for my family which is easy to make. We need only only 3-4 ingredients to prepare this creamy rich BANANA WALNUT KULFI MALAI.   It is definitely a summer soother. Lets see how we do it!

INGREDIENTS :
Full Cream milk : 1litre
Evaporated milk : 150 ml
Condensed milk : 50 ml
Banana : 1medium
Walnut : 7-8

METHOD :
Pour the full cream milk in a deep bottomed vessel. Boil it till it is reduced to about 500 ml.

Add the evaporated milk and boil further for about 7-8 minutes. Stir continuously.

Add the condensed milk and keep boiling for another 5 minutes.

Switch off and let cool completely.

In a blender, blend together, the banana and the milk mixture for 3-4 minutes.

Pour it into moulds, top with broken pieces of walnuts and close with the caps tightly.

Refrigerate for atlas 4-5 hours before serving!!





11 comments :

  1. Ah! So cool and refreshing. Temperature has gone high here too..qatar calls for this refreshing dessert:)

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  2. Pls do share more in desserts, I'm total crazy for desserts, kulfi being all time favorite, undoubtedly too yummy, thanks for sharing

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  3. Pls do share more in desserts, I'm total crazy for desserts, kulfi being all time favorite, undoubtedly too yummy, thanks for sharing

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  4. Thanks dear Anitha for all your appreciations

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  5. Chetan Gandhi thanks so much...shall do

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  6. Oh, they would taste amazing... little soft, little crunchy... love it :)

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  7. ahhh.. delicious!! love the addition of walnuts .. YUM!!

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  8. Already following this recipe... Sure its sooooo Yummy....

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  9. Yummy and delicious...by the way what can be replaced with evaporat milk...

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    1. Shibani I think we can altogether skip evaporated milk, be a little more patient and boil the full cream milk further to get the right consistency

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