Sunday, July 25, 2010

Carrot Malai Kulfi

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I had some carrots at home from so many days, i was planning to make carrot halwa but my hubby was telling me yesterday only you prepared sago halwa for your 50th post and why another halwa !! so i thought he was right and let me try something different, so i blend the concept with kulfi and created this carrot malai kulfi which came out very well and satisfied both our tastes.

This is my first kulfi i prepared at home, we enjoyed it very much and i am sure you would too.

Ingredients:
  • 4 medium size carrots (grated)
  • 3.5 cups high fat milk (whole)
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 1/2 cup grated paneer
  • 2 crushed cardamom
  • 1 tsp finely chopped almonds
Cooking Procedure

Take the grated carrots and boil in 1/2 cup milk until cooked and let it cool.

After it cool keep aside one tbsp cooked grated carrot.

Blend the remaining carrot into a nice paste.

Take 3 cup milk and boil till it become half quantity.

Now added this carrot paste to the milk and stir nicely and boil for 5 min.

Add the grated paneer,sugar,cardomom, chopped almonds and also the grated carrot which was kept aside.

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Stir for 2 minutes, take it of the flame and let it cool.

Once it cools pour the mixture in the kulfi moulds and freeze for 6-7 hours.

To remove the kulfi from the kulfi moulds, keep the kulfi mould under running water for 1-2 min and slowly pull it out and your kulfi is ready.

Tip: If you have left over carrot halwa you can use it for making carrot malai kulfi too by adding it directly to the boiling milk.

This carrot malai kulfi goes to 4 wonderfull event's


Healing Foods Carrots hosted by Suma started by Siri

Monthly Mingle Party Treats hosted by Sara started by Meeta

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Tags: Carrot Malai Kulfi, Indian Ice Cream, Nuts, Almonds, Kulfi, Dessert

48 comments:

Rahin said...

carrot n malai, both make me drool :) kulfi looks delicious

megha said...

nice idea of this recipe.excellent satya ur very innovative.n if u like my recipes and blog u can become a follower of my blog.

kitchen queen said...

lovely combo and tempting kulfi.

Akila said...

First time, i am visitng your blog and immediately, added to my list of bloggers.

Really very nice combo kulfi. I never tried any ice creams at home.

I am going to prepare this one for my son who loves ice creams....

Mythreyee said...

This is a fantastic recipe. I am going to try this, but with low fat milk. Adding paneer is new for me. A protein boost I guess.

aipi said...

thats a nice combo dear n really great idea .. the kulfi looks so perfect.. loved the color too ,bookmarked :-)

Nithu Bala said...

Great recipe Dear..love this kulfi..

Sanyukta Gour(Bayes) said...

looks awesome and delicious ...lovely pics...so refreshing color

Suja Sugathan said...

Drooling here..looks awesome, bookmarked :)

simply.food said...

Never thought you can make carrot kulfi, really very creative and wonderfully inspired treat.

Guna's kitchen said...

nice thought of adding carrot and paneer.. luks delicious and yummy...

Premalatha Aravindhan said...

wow healthy gulfi,luks wounderfull...

VineelaSiva said...

Satya the carrot malai kulfi looks very yummy and drooling nice combo really very innovative kulfi dear.

Priya said...

Please pass me some! BTW congrtas on your award!

Shifa Firoz said...

worth trying and the best way to make ur kids eat carrots! :)

Shweta said...

Thank you Satya for visitng my blog. Your blog makes me hungry.
You are very inspiring. I agree with your idea that every woman should know how to cook good food, because they can add love to simple things and make them spectacular.

Divya Kudua said...

Wow..Carrot in a Kulfi is something new..looks so good!!

Fajeeda said...

nice combo.......kulfi looks grt i loveee kulfis.........

Sadhana said...
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Sadhana said...

Satya...really this is fantastic...
and regarding the pennywort leaves (my post), I have not seen anywhere in Chennai, if I get it, I will let u know the place...thanx for dropping in my blog....

Fathima said...

Wow... just the perfect thing to beat the summer heat! Delish!

Vasavi Suresh said...

Looks delicious. Can I used cream instead of paneer.h

veena krishnakumar said...

hi satya
thank you so much for stopping by, this is a fantastic recipe, bookmarked, following you:-)

Hamaree Rasoi said...

I was really surprised to see paneer as an ingredient here. Interesting....Kulfi looks delicious

Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

chaitrali pathak said...

hey thank you so much.....for your lovely comment....m already ur happy follower...loved ur space.....n recipe.....n this one is an awesome dessert...loved it....

Priya said...

Woww satya, wat a fantastic combo dear, looks soo beautiful,rich and yumm!!

Krishnaveni said...

beautiful and yummy yum, loved sago halwa too yum yum

Nandini said...

Wow! So lovely and yummy the kulfis are! They're rich and I want to come to your house!

Jay said...

absolutely amazing dear.

An Open Book said...

that is an innovative kulfi...

lecker and yummy recipes said...

Hi Sathya,
There is an award awaiting for you in my blog. Please drop by and collect it :) Many many Congratulations !!!!!

chitra said...

You have a nice blog.Landed here through Arti's blog. Now I am going to see your sago halwa. You have named it well- Indian pearl dessert.

chitra said...

I liked your blog so much, I am following you.

Mausi said...

Hello,
Thank you for coming to visit my blog and leaving a nice comment the other day! Your Popsicle looks wonderful. It is a perfect healthy snack for a hot summer day!

Suma Rowjee said...

Yummy combo in a kulfi!!

Padhu said...

WOw superb kulfi ! feel like having some now

ARUNA said...

wow something different n super yummy!!

Swathi said...

Carrot malai kulfi looks really yummy.

PALATABLE said...

Very different and delicious kulfi, thanks for sharing dear...

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Sushma Mallya said...

I just loved this different kulfi,looks too good sathya

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said...

Wow, that looks amazing !!!

Sarah Naveen said...

So flavorful and yummy!!! loved it...

Gulmohar said...

carrot and malai..you can't go wrong :-) Looks fantastic !

Panchpakwan said...

Looks so yuummy yuumy kulfi..

Torviewtoronto said...

Congrats on the 50th post
Satya I didn't receive the email with the info to put at the roundup could you send please
I have an award for you
http://torviewtoronto.blogspot.com/p/awards-and-publications.html

I couldn't find your email
Regards

Sulagna Mukherjee Basu said...

Wow..this looks very gud..Awesome idea !!

Rachana said...

Wow Satya! What an innovative dish! Super Yummy!

Suma Gandlur said...

Thanks for the yummy entry!

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