A thicker and creamier version of ice cream, Kulfi has its origins deeply rooted in India. The dessert can be traced back to the 16th century when Mughal royalties ruled the subcontinent. Now it is a widely famous and deeply indulged in dish throughout South Asian countries and parts of Middle East as well.
Kulfi is served in a number of flavours and forms – on a stick, in a clay pot and on a platter topped with syrup and faluda. Kulfi faluda brings together the creamy kulfi, sugary syrups and translucent flour noodles. Follow this kesar pista faluda recipe to delight your sweet buds.
Saffron and pistachio flavored kulfi with falooda.