4 cups of full-fat milk
¾ cups of sweetened condensed milk
1 tbsp corn flour
2 tbsp dried milk powder
¼ tsp cardamom powder
pistachios - crushed (for garnishing)
Summers are always welcome when you have some malai kulfi on hand. Enriched with the goodness and creaminess of milk and the flavors of cardamom and pistachios, malai kulfi is as good as any ice cream can really get. The best part is, you can easily follow the malai kulfi recipe to endlessly indulge in the exotic flavors of this homemade delicacy. Forget all your woes and beat the heat with some malai kulfi!
Malai kulfi has a much lesser calorie content than vanilla ice cream. Having a high amount of milk, kulfi is a great source of carbohydrates and calcium. There is no artificial coloring and it is low in sodium too. Being low in calories and sodium, people looking out to losing weight can indulge in this delightful dessert without any guilt!
How to make Malai Kulfi Recipe
Originally a South Asian desert, kulfi was also made during the Mughal rule in the 16th century. Back then it was served on a banana leaf and in a terracotta cup. Malai Kulfi was reserved for the royals as a dessert. This is one of the most modified deserts after ice cream, found in every imaginable flavor and yet still being the simplest to make!