My background is Pakistani, and having come from such a beautiful background it has allowed me to be influenced by amazing ingredients, flavors, smells. One of my favorite things to eat is a Kulfi ice cream. It’s traditionally made from heating milk for hours and hours, adding flavors of saffron, pistachio and cardamom. It’s indulgent in its ingredients, and in its taste. Now let’s face it, no one has that much time anymore to sit over a pot of milk watching it heat up for hours and hours.. so I decided to figure out a quick hack but still be able to take the taste buds on a journey into Asia. And guess what… I did it! It’s very easy, especially if you have an ice cream machine at home, if not it does take a day to make but you won’t be sitting and watching milk! You simply let it do its thing in the fridge! The process is VERY simple, and the outcome is Very delicious! Give it a try if you’ve never tasted a Kulfi before! 😉
Here’s how you bake it!
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- Into a small saucepan, add 1 cup heavy cream and saffron. Heat over low-medium heat, until it comes to a gentle boil. Remove from heat and cool to room temperature. Transfer cream into a covered container and refrigerate until completely cold (at least 3 hours).
- Into a large bowl, combine saffron soaked heavy cream and remaining 1 cup heavy cream. Beat with hand held electric beater (on high speed) until thick and softly whipped (when soft peaks begin to form), about 1 1/2 minutes.
- Into the whipped saffron cream, add sweetened condensed milk, cardamom powder and 3 tablespoons chopped pistachios. Whip again for about 30 seconds, until mixed completely.
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Voila Kulfi ready