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Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Dulce de Leche Malai Kulfi



If you do not know what 'dulce de leche' is, then the title of this post may sound a bit intimidating. But, let me assure you this is one of the easiest recipes and quick recipes and once you try this one, I am sure you will make it again. I must add a word of caution here, it can get really addictive.


Dulce de leche is just 'cooked' condensed milk. I had made it for these Banoffee pots and I used the leftover dulce de leche for making these kulfis. I am a big kulfi fan and can have them at any time and of course, weather doesn't count. I can be wearing sweaters and be tucked under a blanket and still can gobble down a whole lot of them. You can find the other kulfi recipes I have posted, here.


Refer to this post to see how I made dulce de leche. If you are apprehensive about trying it that way then read this post by aquadaze where she has described a number of ways to make it, including one in microwave. Sure, that would be a time saver and will come in handy. But, I have discovered something better. On searching a bit more about in google I found that Nestle Caramel is nothing but dulce de leche. I had searched for it in the grocery store and had taken for granted that it would be selling under its original name. So, the next time I have a serious urge to make these kulfis, a trip to the super market will help me a lot. Stocking them up at home can be dangerous!





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Ingredients:


180ml dulce de leche
120 ml double cream or fresh cream
120 ml milk, I used low fat.


Yields 6-8 kulfis depending on the size of the molds.


Process:


1. Add all the ingredients in a mixer jar and whiz for a few seconds.
2. Pour into kulfi molds and freeze over night.
3. Allow the molds to remain outside the refrigerator for 5 minutes and then un mold it or run hot water over the kulfi molds to un mold it even quickly. Enjoy!


To sum up in a word, they were just 'AWESOME'. I already have my favorite recipe of the year! Do try it out!

Thank you for stopping by! Cheers!

13 comments:

  1. Malai kulfi looks superb..Loved the use of dulce de leche..

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  2. This sounds simple, and my mouth is watering. But I guess I will hop over to the nearest Kulfi shop in the morning then :P Laziness always gets the better of me. Sigh.

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  3. Yummm!Didnt know Dulce de leche was cooked condensed milk before. Simple enough recipe for someone like meLovely pics as usual..

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  4. sounds amazingly tasty..excellent preparation..;)
    Tasty Appetite

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  5. Delicious and drool worthy. Excellent preparation. Wonderful pics.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  6. Wow, I could definitely see how those could be habit forming!

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  7. I am so addicted to dulce de leche, so I hardly make it, and this one delicious avatar of ddl in kulfi form is too tempting. Love it !

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  8. wow awesome...perfect dessert!

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  9. too good... hey jyoti, am not sure of I pinged you about it. Your blog was the place I realized I could blog about books. thank you so much

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  10. SOunds great and lvoed the idea of using dule de leche to make kulfi!

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  11. This is a real tempting combination..bt alas I got to wait a few months before I can something chilled, till the it satys bookmarked!

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