Mango Kulfi

Hi Friends.Only three weeks left to enjoy this summer weather and we will be rolling into fall season before we know it.  I have been in a rut and havent been posting much ,but finally took a break from everything else and got back to blogging.

This weekend is going to be super hot in bay area and seems to be the  perfect time to enjoy kulfi. I have made it three times already this summer,it’s that good. Rich , creamy and delicious . Best part is you don’t have to make it only in summers, but all year round as I used Store bought Mango pulp .

Childhood memories and the food associated with those memories bring back so much nostalgia. As  kids ,every year we would look forward to going to the All India exhibition also called as Numaish (in urdu) in our City . It starts New years Day until mid February for approx 45 days and features variety of eateries , entertainment, joy rides  and shopping. Its  basically a one stop shop for all handicrafts , garments  from all over India including local food. Apart from shopping for my favourite Lucknowi Kurtis ( embroidered tops ) ,i would look forward to relishing the delicious kulfi . After eating all the popcorn , mirchi bajjis ( chilli fritters ) , Chicken / Egg puffs we would finish off with Kulfi at the end of the Night. Always a standard and everyone’s favourite. Oh how i miss those days !!! . Anyways ,didn’t know that you could  make it at home  and requires just few ingredients. Its  not churned and so is denser & creamier than western ice-cream, which makes it easy to make at home as you don’t need an ice-cream maker. Follow  the recipe below for this delicious mango kulfi . 
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Mango Kulfi

  • Servings: 8-12
  • Difficulty: easy
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  • 1 can Sweetened  Condensed Milk
  • 4 Cups Whole Milk
  • 3 Cups Mango Pulp ( I used store-bought Mango Pulp .Desai Bandhu is the Brand )
  • 30 Almonds
  • 4 tbsp milk
  • Silvered Almonds for Garnish


  • Soak the almonds in warm water for about 30 mins . Remove the skins and make a smooth paste with 4tbsp milk.
  • Take a medium-sized pan and add 4 cups milk , condensed milk and almond paste. Cook on medium heat for 15 -20 mins stirring often making sure the its doesn’t stick to the bottom of the pan. The mixture will starts to thicken and reduce.
  • Switch off the heat and let cool to room temperature. Now whisk in the Mango pulp until everything is incorporated.
  • Pour this mixture into kulfi cups , glasses or moulds and garnish with Slivered Almonds. Cover each one with plastic wrap or Aluminium foil and freeze till it sets for upto 5hrs or overnight. Now they are ready to Enjoy .


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Thanks for stopping by .



3 thoughts on “Mango Kulfi

  1. Pawan sharma says:

    Welcome back dear Rajini . We missed you a lot . Please post more yummy recepies. It is my favorite and I still remember that day , when u brought this icecream to work , I got so excited as u know , whatever u cook has magic in it . Frankly speaking , I did not want to share it with any one on that day .


  2. Priyanka says:

    This was so good and loved the presentation! I love mango kulfi, and Rajini, we enjoyed it every time you brought it to work; thanks a lot!! This recipe is simple, I will surely try this. Thanks for the recipe, Rajini!


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