Yipeeeee we are one year old today. It's indeed been a year of celebrating my culinary sensibilities, meeting a whole bunch of food passionistas, learning numerous gastronomic nuances, food styling, food photography, experiencing gourmet delights , gasp!!! , I can go on and on.........
Later on my Mum-in-law wanted me to open my kitchen up to my readers who were already showering a lot of love on me. I too wanted to recreate the amazing dishes I would get to sample on my culinary adventures or simply on a day to day encounter. Once I would perfect them as per my satisfaction and get approval from friends, family, colleagues, neighbours etc. I would put it up in my Blog not only to record these recipes but also to enable anyone desirous of recreating them in their kitchen a detailed pictorial guide to help them cook these wonderful dishes with ease.
As a foodie who not only loves to indulge in the multitude of dishes available but also wishes the dish reaches to maximum number of people, I wanted to share the recipe of KULFI to celebrate my Blogiversary. KULFI is an Indian ice-cream but you can make it in part of the globe as the ingredients used are available easily throughout the world. The making process is very simple, with neither any complicated cooking nor any big gadgets used. Also these colourful KULFIS embody the true essence of INDIA, vibrant and colorful.
I am a huge huge fan of Ishita Saha who Blogs at ISHITA UNBLOGGED . Some pictures in this post has been inspired by her post COLOURFUL KULFIS/CELEBRATING THE COLOURS OF HOLI.
- Dear friends there are other ways to make KULFI too. But trust me this is the simplest way to make it and the result is the creamiest KULFI ever. I have come to this conclusion after trying other methods. The verdict from friends, family has been a thumbs up in unison for this KULFI. Try it out and let me know what you think by leaving your valuable comments below the post.