Kulfi is a traditional Indian ice-cream prepared with condensed sweetened milk and various flavorings such as kesar pista, malai, rose or fruity flavors like orange, strawberry, chickoo and apple. It takes a longer time to melt in comparison to the ice-creams. Due to the slow freezing process, the formation of a smooth textured frozen dessert without the formation of water crystals is possible. The delicacy is not whipped like the ice-creams thus resulting in dense solid frozen desserts. It can easily be made at home. Some readymade mixes are also available. Kulfi recipe suggests the use of traditional earthen cups for setting the dessert, which can be replaced by aluminum or steel moulds with lids. When set, it is unmolded on a plate and garnished with falooda, nuts or fruit syrups.