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Shahi Tuti Fruiti Kulfi Recipe

When the temperature rises, the perfect way to beat the heat is with a decadent cold dessert. The crunch of the nuts to the sweetness of the cherries, all held together with the delicious flavour of National Vanilla Custard - this creamy Kulfi brings the best of both worlds to your lips!

When the temperature rises, the perfect way to beat the heat is with a decadent cold dessert.

  • Prepare in: 15 mins

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Ingredients

  • Bread Slices : 2 medium
  • Glazed Cherries canned (chopped) : 6-7 cherries
  • Milk : 500 ml
  • Sugar : 10 tablespoons
  • National Vanilla Custard : 1 tablespoon
  • Cardamom Powder : a pinch
  • Kewara Essence (Pandan / Screw-Pine Essence) : 1/2 teaspoon
  • Almonds/Pistachios (chopped) : 2 tablespoons

Method

Cut the edges off bread slices. Using a food processor, make fine crumbs; keep aside.

Quarter the glazed cherries and keep aside.

In a sauce pan bring milk to a full boil.

Add sugar and cook on low heat till the time it dissolves.

Mix National Vanilla Custard with 3 tablespoons of water; add this to the milk, stir/hand-whisk continuously to avoid any lumps. Bring it to a full boil.

Turn the heat off; add cardamom powder and kewara essence.

Transfer the milk mixture into a bowl and allow it to cool down.

Add bread crumbs, chopped cherries and nuts to the mixture and mix.

Fill it in ice-lolly molds (or any deep square/rectangular container) and freeze it for 24 hours or until set solid.

Enjoy great homemade Shahi Tuti-Fruti Kulfi as it is or serve with falooda noodles.

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