Saturday, 13 October 2007

Mango Kulfi With Coconut


Mango Coconut Kulfi

I didn't know what to call this Kulfi.
It had Mangoes, coconut milk, Almonds, Saffron etc............
When I saw Sunita's this month spice event, I knew what i was going to send her. As i have been wanting to make this kulfi for a while.
So this is my entry for Sunita's Think Spice...think Saffron



Kulfi was really delicious, if i may say it myself, I don't know if I will add the Almond powder next time as I personally thought it was not necesary. But the recipie had asked it so thought i will make it exactly.

I was surprised how easy it was to make this, there wasnot cooking at all involved.

Mangoes, Saffron, Almond powder etc....

Such a Beautiful Colour

I bought the kulfi moulds in India....

Refershing Kulfi

Ingridients:
1 big ripe mango peeled and pureed
Coconut Milk 250 ml ( I used canned coconut milk)
Saffron 1/2 to 1 tsp
Cream 250 ml
Almond Powder 60 gm
Sugar 3 to 4 tbsp.

Method:
Into a bowl add the pureed mango, then add the coconut milk, cream and sugar. Stir well and add the rest of the ingridients.
Pour into Kulfi moulds and freeze them for few hours.

Done told you it is a super easy kulfi.

39 comments:

Asha said...

Slurp!! I will get some canned Mango pulp today, traveling 100 miles to little India!:))

Latha Narasimhan said...

Wow! what arich kulfi with almonds! Love both mangoes and kulfi! Nice entry for the event!:))

TBC said...

That looks delicious:-)

sunita said...

Delicious...thanks for sending it over.

Cynthia said...

Ummmmm - mango and coconut. Send me some please :)

meeso said...

Wow...this is super easy! Even I can make this without an ice cream maker...great recipe!

Redchillies said...

The kulfi looks so good and what an easy way to make it. Great recipe.

Namratha said...

Send me just one...pleaseee! These look so yummy Happy, anything with Mango, I'm up for it..too good:) Loved the Kulfi moulds, wanted to bring them when I went to India in May, but left them behind :(

ushaprashanth said...

Hi!
Mango kulfi looks mouth watering!! lovely and simple to do!!!

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Mango...Kulfi...I should try this wonderful desert sometiiime..thanx for the recipe...!

Kribha said...

I'm drooling here. Looks so yummy. One question. Can we use canned mango pulp. If so what is the measurement? Thanks for posting this.

remya said...

i'm drooling dear....mango kulfi sounds delicious....nice entry...

sra said...

Happy Cook, the almond powder must have been to give the kulfi some body, looks beautiful.

Laavanya said...

I meant to bring the kulfi moulds lying around in our house in India but forgot. I must remind my parents to send them.. so I can try out your lovely kulfi.. Yummy.

Apple said...

Yummm....Looks so colorful n rich...Nice entry

bindiya said...

This is a superb idea, great going !

Happy cook said...

Asha tell me how the kulfi was with the canned mangoes. And how was the trip to little India.

Latha Narasimhan Thankyou me too love them both.

TBC Thankyou

Sunita It was my pleasure

Cynthia, by the tim it gets there it will be water :-)

Meeso Well it is super easy.

Redchillies Thankyou. This was a very easy kulfi to make

Happy cook said...

Narmatha Thankyou. Yeah i know how it is onjje want to bring so many things back from India that sometimes things are left back.

Usha Prashanth Thankx they were delicious :)

Raks let me know when you know it

Kribha i am sure you can make this with canned mangoes. But if you get fresher ones then the taste will be much more bice. I didn't weigh the mangoe, which is a pity, i just had a huge ripe mango and used that.

Remya Thankyou

Sra You must be correct about the almond powder i never thought about it.

Lavanya, it doesn't matter if u don't have the kulfi mould you can use any kinde of moulds. But with the kulfi moulds they loook more authentic.

Apple and Bindiya thank you very much.

Mansi Desai said...

this was exactly what I was gonna send in for saffron event!:) loved your dish, kulfi and the pretty sunflower:)

pls see if u can send in ana entry for the FAM-Peach event I'm hosting on my blog! I'd like to have you participate!:)

Padma said...

That looks lovely HC! I love Mango Kulfi..slurp!!!

Neelam said...

This sure looks yummy!Nice recipe!

Rasa Malaysia said...

I love mangoes so much but I have never tried kulfi before, but from your recipe, I think I can imagine the taste. :)

Sig said...

oh wow, just my kinda recipe, no cooking :D ... The kulfis look amazing, the kulfi molds are going into my shopping list for the next India trip... Love that shape!

Raaga said...

looks yummy!!

Vcuisine said...

This is lovely entry HC. Would like to taste some really. Viji

Lissie said...

delicious mango kulfi! i have noted it down. this is a sure try :))

Sirisha Kilambi said...

happy cook.....That was lovely....I used to make these back in india with those kulfi moulds....as i don't get them here....i use alternate moulds.....we r up anytime for this kulfi dear......:-)

Happy cook said...

Manasi Desai Thankyou. Yeah i thought the sunflower looks good. It was just a coincidence i had them at the moment.
For sure i will send you something for the AFAM. I have been looking fro fresh peaches but in vain, so if i don't get any fresh ones i will buse the canned ones.

Padma Thanks. We all loved them here at home.

Neelam Thankx

Rasa malaysia. Thankyopu very much. You should try them as they are so easy to make and u can use someother moulds if u can't get the kulfi moulds.

Sig Yeah join the cluib i too like to have easy recipes, even though domtimes i am doing complicated ones. Like in your shopping list it is kulfi moulds, in mine it is Kodampuli :-))

Raags Thanks

Viji I am sure you will get excelent mangoes there. So try them you would love it. I made it on a weekend for the event and when i gave it to my hubby he said it was such a exqusitive dessert that one shoul only have for special occaision :-)))

Lissie I am sure your kulfi would be more tastier than mine as the mangoes you get in B'lore are much more sweet and delicious

Srisha Well i hae 8 moulds and i had a bit left over and used normal pudding moulds too .

KayKat said...

Always loved mango kulfi, but I've never tried to make this. Thanks for the easy recipe, bookmarking it right now :)

Kumudha said...

The pictures look so adorable!

Prajusha said...

happy cook,
looks yummy yummy.Nice entry.will surely try this.

Happy cook said...

Kaykat. You would really enjoy the kulfi and there is not that much work too

Kumuda Thankx

Prajusha. I am so glad everybody liked my kulfi :-))

Arundati Rao said...

wow!! looks divine....

Richa said...

hey, that looks amazing! those molds remind me of all the summers back home when we used to make kulfi in them :)

Rajitha said...

yummy! is all i can say...i have all ingredients with me..i will make this..

anusharaji(www.talimpu.com) said...

that sure is a treasure ;)

Pravs said...

oh how did i miss this easy and yummy kulfi...looooks so yummy !!

ANJALI J. said...

awesome! kulfi looks too tempting.. lovely color..
yes u r right, now since we met, we can visit each other often :)
my feeds have some prob updating in TOI, so my recipes dont get listed immediatlty, so i hope u wont miss my updated recipes :D

Joseph and Praveena Reddy said...

Hi..
Beautiful kulfi, wow so delicious! Where in India did you get these kulfi moulds? You have any idea where i could find them in hyderabad?