Sweet Delights! 7 Types Of Kulfi Popular In India

01 June 24


Mango Kulfi

Certainly, one of the coolest summertime confections is mango kulfi. Cardamom, saffron, sweet mango pulps, condensed milk, and milk are blended smoothly to make it.

Pista Kulfi

Condensed milk and heavy cream serve as the foundation for this recipe. It is a vivid green colour and tastes distinctly nutty.

Almond Kulfi

To make this flavor of kulfi, blend together almonds, milk, sugar, and cardamom. Usually, it's served cold in a bowl or on a stick.

Kesar Kulfi

Kesar Kulfi is renowned for having a creamy texture and rich flavor. It contains saffron, sugar, and milk.

Thandai Kulfi

This dessert is made with tandai paste and is called a thandai, which is also a common Holi drink or cooler. Thandai kulfi does not deteriorate when kept in the freezer for a month.

Malai Kulfi

Cardamom, saffron, milk, sugar, and nuts are some of its main ingredients. An almond and pistachio garnish is a common addition to malai kulfi.

Rose Kulfi

It is the ideal combination of sugar, condensed milk, and rooh afza, or rose essence. This dish is a popular dessert in India due to its rich flavours and creamy textures.

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