ROSe Pistachio Kulfi

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Now what do i say about this dish….making this was on my list from such a long time. And i am so happy that i did make it.
My husband is a huge fan of kulfis. His sister says that he must have had kulfis from every possible place :) And after having this, he said this is the best kulfi he has had in his LIFE. What more can i want, than having made the person for whom i cook so happy.

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Ingredients
1 ltr – Full fat milk
1/3 cup – Sugar
2 tbsp – Rose water
4 to 5 drops – Rose essence
5 nos – Rose petals

Rose petals and chopped pistachio for garnishing.

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Method
Boil milk in a wide saucepan, for an hour. Keep stirring the milk so that it doesnt stick to the bottom. When the milk reduces to 1/2 add 1/4 th cup sugar and check for the sweetness. Add the rest if you like more sweetness.
And reduce the milk further. You will see that cream is forming a layer on top of the milk.The milk turns offwhite in colour and starts thickening resembling condensed milk. When finally the milk reduces to 1/4th quantity of the original quantity, switch of the flame and let it cool.

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Once cooled add the rose petals, rose water and rose essence and churn it in a mixer. Pour them into the moulds and keep the foam. The foam on top gives the effect of white layer that you see in my pictures. All the rose petal pieces will settle on the top as they are very light. But that looks pretty.

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Before serving just dip the moulds in a cup of water. Open the lid, gently loosesn the edges and tap it and remove it onto the serving plate…Garnish with rose petals and pistachios.

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