Almond Kulfi – Badam Kulfi

by maria updated September 21, 2012

Almond Kulfi, Almond Kulfi Recipe, Prepare Almond Kulfi, Easy Almond Kulfi : Almonds has obsessed me from past few days lol :) hence Almond Kulfi! Almond Kulfi is called as Badam Kulfi in India. Almond Kulfi, Saffron Kulfi, Mango Kulfi be it any kulfi I love them all ;) ....Almond Kulfi is very easy to make and tastes delicious and is too tempting. My hubby also loved Almond Kulfi very much. Though he isn't fond of sweets he had some bites from Almond Kulfi.

Almonds has obsessed me from past few days lol :) hence Almond Kulfi! Almond Kulfi is called as Badam Kulfi in India. Almond Kulfi, Saffron Kulfi, Mango Kulfi be it any kulfi I love them all ;) ….Almond Kulfi is very easy to make and tastes delicious and is too tempting. My hubby also loved Almond Kulfi very much. Though he isn’t fond of sweets he had some bites from Almond Kulfi.

Almond Kulfi - Badam Kulfi

Kulfis have been my favorite since childhood. May be as my dad used to get for us almost every alternate day. I used to even eat them at 2.00 a.m. in the night. I am that crazy about kulfis and icecream. My Almond Kulfi which I made home is almost over reason being I ate most of it ha ha.

Weekend had been too hectic swimming and playing cricket! Gosh I have gained 3 kilos now I am controlling my diet and trying to loose weight. I don’t gain weight easily but the way I binge on desserts anybody will gain weight ;)

I am gonna make some great desserts for my parents when I meet them on Easter. Also carry some bones and biscuits for my cute pet. Missing her too much but that’s what is life? You get something you loose something right………….. But brighter side is I am gonna meet all of them very soon.

My sis and jiju also love kulfis last time when they were home I made for them Saffron Kulfi! that also tasted damn neat. I am waiting for Mangos will surely try mango kulfi and some other mango desserts. I just love mangoes but it’s gonna be more expensive this year hmmm but I will still eat them.

Total Time: 20 mins making + 3 hours freezing

Serves: 3 to 4 people

Ingredients:

  1. 200 ml full cream ( I used Amul brand)
  2. 500 ml boiled milk
  3. 4 tbsp milk powder
  4. 3 tbsp almond powder (take 12 almonds grind them into a processor until powdered)
  5. 1 t/s fresh cardamom powder
  6. 12 to 14 almonds crushed
  7. 1 tbsp kesar (saffron) essence
  8. a pinch of salt
  9. 8 tbsp organic sugar/ sugar/brown sugar
  10. few rose petals Or dried rose petals (I used rose petals from my plant)

Method:

Combine milk and full cream into a broad bottomed saucepan. Place on low heat.

Almond Kulfi - Badam Kulfi

Once it starts bubbling Or reaches boiling point. Add crushed almonds, cardamom powder, almond powder, milk powder and organic sugar. Keep stirring continuously else it might stick to the bottom.

Almond Kulfi - Badam Kulfi

Add rose petals and salt. Stir again nicely.

Almond Kulfi - Badam Kulfi

Cook for 2 t0 3 mins more Or until mixture is creamy and slightly thicker.

Almond Kulfi - Badam Kulfi

Allow the mixture to cool. Pour into kulfi molds Or desired molds. Freeze them upto 3 hours Or until firm.

Almond Kulfi - Badam Kulfi

Unmold the kulfi and serve with rose syrup, falooda and roasted almonds.

Tip:

  • You can add cashews, walnuts any kind of nuts you like.
  • You can use milkmaid instead of sugar.
  • Also evaporated milk can be used to make it more creamier and richer.

Enjoy Almond Kulfi :)

The printable version below:

Almond Kulfi – Badam Kulfi

Rating: 51

Cook Time: 20 minutes

Total Time: 3 hours, 20 minutes

Serving Size: 3 to 4 people

Ingredients

  • 200 ml full cream ( I used Amul brand)
  • 500 ml boiled milk
  • 4 tbsp milk powder
  • 3 tbsp almond powder (take 12 almonds grind them into a processor until powdered)
  • 1 t/s fresh cardamom powder
  • 12 to 14 almonds crushed
  • 1 tbsp kesar (saffron) essence
  • a pinch of salt
  • 8 tbsp organic sugar/ sugar/brown sugar
  • few rose petals Or dried rose petals (I used rose petals from my plant)

Instructions

  1. Combine milk and full cream into a broad bottomed saucepan. Place on low heat.
  2. Once it starts bubbling Or reaches boiling point. Add crushed almonds, cardamom powder, almond powder, milk powder and organic sugar. Keep stirring continuously else it might stick to the bottom.
  3. Add rose petals and salt. Stir again nicely.
  4. Cook for 2 t0 3 mins more Or until mixture is creamy and slightly thicker.
  5. Allow the mixture to cool. Pour into kulfi molds Or desired molds. Freeze them upto 3 hours Or until firm.
  6. Unmold the kulfi and serve with rose syrup, falooda and roasted almonds.
http://www.flavorsofmumbai.com/almond-kulfi/


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Vishal Sehgal March 23, 2012 at 10:47 am

Thank U Maria……summer time…badly needed..Rgrds

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maria March 23, 2012 at 11:02 am

That’s true Vishal do try them :)

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dassana March 19, 2012 at 6:03 pm

the colors of the kulfi are looking good. me too waiting for mangoes…..

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maria March 20, 2012 at 3:36 am

Thanks Dassana :)

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