Mango Kulfi

I don’t know which is overwhelming – moving in into a new apartment or moving out of your current apartment. Moving out is more difficult, I feel. Especially if you have nice neighbors like I have.

I am going to miss Mittu a lot. Even my kiddo screaming ‘No, no, no….you are drinking too much! Stop right there!’ to her, because she drank 1/2 ml more from his share of Coke.

I don’t know what to expect in the new house, but I clearly know what I am going to miss. I am going to miss everything about our current home.

I am getting worked up when I look at the amount of work that need to be done. Packing, shifting and then unpacking. Electrical work, plumbing work, carpentry work. The list is endless.

I guess I should have a slice of this kulfi, to cool down a bit. Cool, sweet and mango-ey, you can’t help but forget about everything else.

Recipe Source : Manjula’s Kitchen


  • Milk                                                              :   4 cups
  • Bread piece                                               :    1 big, crust removed
  • Corn flour/Corn starch                       :     1 tsp
  • Sugar                                                            :     1/4 cup
  • Cardamom                                                 :       1/4 tsp
  • Mango puree                                             :       3/4 cup


  1. Remove the crust and chop the bread. Blend it with 1/4 cup milk and cornflour to get a thick paste.
  2. Boil the remaining milk in a thick, wide pan. Keep stirring to prevent sticking to the sides and bottom. Let the milk boil and reduce to 2 1/2 cups. It will take about 15 minutes.
  3. Add the bread paste and lower the heat. Cook for another 5 minutes.
  4. Add sugar and cook for another 5 minutes. Take off the heat, add cardamom and let it cool.
  5. Once its cooled completely, add the mango puree and mix. Pour it into kulfi molds or a shallow pan, if you don’t have one.
  6. Freeze overnight or for about 6-8 hours. At the time of serving, you can keep the bowl in a pan of hot water so that the kulfi is released from the bowl.
  7. Slice, garnish and serve.

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10 thoughts on “Mango Kulfi

  1. moving is such a pain. But change is good and all the very best on your move. You’ll make new friends, don’t worry and make sure you keep in touch with your old ones too. The kulfi looks so tempting and I can taste the mango already in my imagination. I got kulfi moulds yesterday, will try it and let you know.


  2. I love your mango unique aesthetically..and it looks delicious..who can resist mango? Thanks so much for your sweet coimment about my bread – i hope you try it!


  3. I love kulfi in all forms..haven’t made with mango yet..all the best with your move..I know it must be hard to move to a new place right..guess you will get used to it soon..


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