No-cook kesar pista kulfi (Saffron pistachio Indian ice cream)

Kulfi is basically a rich and creamy, traditional Indian ice cream. It is prepared by evaporating sweetened milk, with continuous stirring until the milk is reduced to almost half its quantity. During this laborious process, the sugars caramelize which give kulfi it’s distinct taste. The thickened milk is then poured into kulhars ( kulfi molds ) and placed in an ice + salt mixture, which facilitate the freezing of kulfi’s. Kulfi’s are available in all sorts of flavors – saffron, pistachios, rose, almond, custard apple, mango etc. Well, I love all of them 🙂 Let’s learn how to make no-cook kesar pista kulfi, today! Continue reading →

Rose and pistachio ice box cake


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Sharing a super simple , quick and fun dessert! All you need is patience , yes for it to set 🙁
I can’t believe it took me 6 months to make this ice box cake ! I had actually drafted this recipe after looking at the surplus heavy cream lying in my refrigerator after baking the decadent tres leches cake ! Well if you’ve had tres leches cake before , you sure know how rich and indulgent it is ! So that’s it my quota for that months sweet treat was done, anything more and it would have been a little too much ! Continue reading →

Badam pista burfi ( Almond and pistachio fudge)

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Sharing with you guys a super simple dessert recipe- Badam pista burfi! Traditionally most Indian sweets use mawa / khoya be it in burfi’s , peda’s etc. Mawa is nothing but evaporated milk solids. It is easily available in most Indian stores. But I have skipped using mawa in this recipe and used condensed milk instead. The coarse almond and pistachio powder give a lovely texture almost similar to the authentic Indian burfi/fudge. These are perfect for the upcoming festivities or simply enjoy it for a fuss-free, sweet treat. Continue reading →