I absolutely love mango, and so enjoy making recipes from mango. Good news! There's no ice cream machine required to follow this recipe -frozen dessert series. Clean up the kitchen while you're waiting for your mango kulfi to freeze. Then, take the kulfi out of the freezer, let thaw a bit, serve, and eat your neat, refreshing kulfi...
1 Cup (16 tbs) (Frozen or canned mango pulp may be used)
3⁄4 Cup (12 tbs) (Unsweetened or semi-sweet)
3⁄4 Cup (12 tbs) (Fresh or frozen pulp may be used)
1⁄2 Cup (8 tbs)
1⁄4 Cup (4 tbs), ground
1. Into a large mixing bowl, add the mango pulp, condensed milk, pineapple puree, heavy cream, cardamom powder and the ground pistachios. Mix everything well.
2. Pour the mixture into the Popsicle maker, place the lid on and freeze it for a couple of hours.
3. When done place the Popsicle maker in water so that it is easy to remove the kulfis without breaking or damaging them.
If you're fond of eating Indian ice cream, then this recipe is for you. Chef Bhavna shows how to make this delicious sweet dish and it's so easy that it just takes a few minutes to make. In India it is called Kulfi. It tastes so yummy. So do try out the recipe and surely watch the video.