Mango Kulfi

Mango Kulfi

Mangoes are in abundance and time to prepare rich and creamy mouth – watering Mango kulfi recipe. Kulfi is always on the chart in my house, my kids can’t keep their hands off it. If allowed they can devour the whole batch of kulfi in one go 😉 . After the cooking part was over, kids took over my kitchen and added mango pulp and poured kulfi in molds. Waiting was the most difficult part as all I heard was their impatient voice,”Mom is it done, can we have it now.” Finally their kulfi craving was satisfied and they enjoyed every moment of it.

This recipe is extremely easy-to-follow. If you choose not to add mango pulp to the kulfi you can skip that part and once milk has cooled down pour it in molds, freeze and enjoy. Kulfi prepared with milk powder prepares the most creamiest and silkiest frozen dessert that’s a perfect sweet-tooth satisfier. So guys buckle up — FULL FLAVOR AHEAD!! 

For a mess- free kulfi follow this tip.

Mango Kulfi

FEW ADDITIONS- 

  • I have added chopped pistachios to the kulfi but almonds and cashews will be a great addition too.
  • Add mango essence or rose water and you will love the flavor.
  • Once poured in molds wrap it in aluminium foil or a plastic wrap to avoid icy crystals on kulfi.

Total time does not include the time required to freeze the recipe. Enjoy this scrumptious and delicious Mango Kulfi and your taste buds will thank you for this. You will be totally blown away with its delicious flavor.

Mango Kulfi

Mango Kulfi
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Fresh pureed mango mixed with milk powder and chunks of mango to prepare this delicious and scrumptious dessert!!
Servings Prep Time
12 KULFIS 15 MINUTES
Cook Time
20 MINUTES
Servings Prep Time
12 KULFIS 15 MINUTES
Cook Time
20 MINUTES
Mango Kulfi
Votes: 9
Rating: 5
You:
Rate this recipe!
Print Recipe
Fresh pureed mango mixed with milk powder and chunks of mango to prepare this delicious and scrumptious dessert!!
Servings Prep Time
12 KULFIS 15 MINUTES
Cook Time
20 MINUTES
Servings Prep Time
12 KULFIS 15 MINUTES
Cook Time
20 MINUTES
INGREDIENTS
  • 2 cups Full cream milk
  • 2-1/4 cup Milk Powder
  • 1/2 cup Sugar
  • 1 cup Fresh Mango Pulp
  • 1 teaspoon Eliachi Powder (Cardamon Powder)
  • 2 tablespoon Chopped nuts
  • 1/3 cup Chopped Mango pieces (optional)
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METHOD
  1. Assemble all the ingredients.
  2. Transfer nuts in a plastic bag and using a rolling pin...
  3. Crush them coarsely.
  4. Set them aside.
  5. Peel a mango...
  6. Chop in small pieces..
  7. Add some water and puree the mango.
  8. In a pan or kadhai add milk, milk powder, sugar and nuts.
  9. Whisk it well and make sure there are no lumps in the mixture.
  10. Bring it to a boil and maintain the heat on a low flame. Keep stirring at regular intervals and make sure milk doesn't stick to the bottom of the pan. Boil for 15 - 20 minutes, take it off the flame and allow it to cool down completely. Pour it into molds and freeze till firm and frozen.
  11. Malai Kulfi is ready.
  12. For Mango Kulfi - After the milk mixture has cooled down, add mango puree and mix it well.
  13. If you prefer add mango chunks to the kulfi mix.
  14. Pour it in kulfi molds..
  15. And freeze till firm.
  16. Enjoy it cold.
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22 Responses

  1. Protima says:

    Do you mean heavy cream or whole milk when you say full fat milk? Thanks

  2. soniya Saluja says:

    Perfect Kulfi Recipe for upcoming Summer!

  3. Sonal says:

    Loved loved loved the post..your posts are a great tutorials Ruchi. I make my kulfi a the similar way and actually Amit asked me to make some today. Have you heard of malai baraf?

    • Ruchi says:

      Thanks for your lovely feedback Sonal, that’s so sweet of you. 🙂 Would love to learn about malai baraf, is it a ice gola or malai kulfi?

  4. ML says:

    Hi Ruchi: I just love how simple this recipe is. We love home made kulfi at our house. In my version, i end up slow-boiling the milk for about 1 hour so it becomes very time-intensive. I love the simplicity of your recipe and it is now my must-try list. Could you please explain the type of kulfi molds you used here- i can see ‘Wilton’ so i am guessing whether these are the muffin tins? Also, what type of ‘straw’ have you used? Thank you so much for sharing the fabulous and healthy recipes with us.

    • RK says:

      Thanks for your kind words ML. Glad you liked the recipe. I have used Wilton silicon molds for kulfi and lollipop sticks as straws.

  5. Navina says:

    How much is the milk powder quantity? Is it 1/4th cup? Or 2 1/4 cup???

  6. Sandhya says:

    Best, best, best recipe so far I have made. Had am authentic taste of mangoes, skipped adding chunks but total market taste. Thanks Ruchi, love the way you cook and explain.

  7. Swapna says:

    Tried this and is tasted yummy. Has a creamy and nice mango flavor. Ruchi your recipes are perfectly balanced and they end up great. Nice blog and very tempting pics. Tried your kalmi kabab, my my, they tasted just like street vendor ones. Thanks dear!

  8. Nicole says:

    Hello Dear, this is Nicole and love all your recipes. They are delicious and the outcome is as explained on your website. Looking forward to trying this out from your collection.

  9. Sachi says:

    Got all my ingredients. Will try it out tomorrow and update you. I enjoy eating kulfis they are so yummy and reminds you of your old days. Thanks Ruchi, this is my 8 recipe from your site and all were successful.

  10. Vani Kumar says:

    Can’t wait to try this one. So tempting and drool worthy. this is my favorite sweet of all time! Thanks for the detailed description ans stepped presentation. Will try it out this weekend. By the way awesome website and so functionally smooth 🙂 Love your collection, they are different.

    • RK says:

      You are welcome Vani and thanks for such a wonderful feedback 🙂 Give them a try and if possible share your experience!

  11. Brenda says:

    I’m really loving the theme/design of your website. You saved me a trip from running to Indian store every now and then for this recipe. My kids love mango kulfi. Looking forward to give it a try. Thanks dear just a quick question can I used mango puree instead of fresh mango pulp?

    • RK says:

      Yes Brenda, you can use store bought mango puree for this recipe. Do give it a try and if possible share your experience. Thanks for stopping by 🙂

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