Kulfis are a hit in our house and I love experimenting with them . I love trying kulfis with different sweets and mithais too . This time I used the Nutty Fig Fudge. The fudge is sugar free , it has the natural sugar of figs , though I did add a tbsp of sugar because of milk.
I did not add any nuts as the fudge itself is full of nuts , you need not boil the milk for long too . If you do not have this ready fudge simply make a paste by soaking the figs in warm water and blending till smooth . In that case you shall have to add nuts of your choice . So let’s see how to go about.

Anjeer Kulfi

Ingredients

500 ml milk
1 tbsp sugar
Pinch cardamom powder
4 pieces Nutty Fig Roll
or
4 figs
4 tbsp mixed nuts ( almonds, cashews , pistachios )

Methods

In a heavy bottomed vessel , bring the milk to a boil.

Add sugar and crushed Nutty Fig Rolls.

Cook on slow fire , till the figs have disintegrated .

Add cardamon powder.

( Alternatively, add the fig paste and nuts and boil the milk till it reduces to half.)

By now the milk for kulfi will be thick, pour into kulfi moulds .

Wait till the kulfi is at room temperature.

Place in the freezer to set.

Anjeer Kulfi / Frozen Fig Dessert

Frozen Fig fudge with nuts, made the Indian way to call it Kulfi
Course Dessert
Cuisine Indian Cuisine
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 4 hours 15 minutes

Ingredients

  • 500 ml milk
  • 1 tbsp sugar
  • pinch cardamon
  • 4 pieces nutty fig roll / 4 figs, 4 tbsp mixed nuts

Instructions

  • In a heavy bottomed vessel , bring the milk to a boil.
  • Add sugar and crushed Nutty Fig Rolls.
  • Cook on slow fire , till the figs have disintegrated .
  • Add cardamon powder.
  • ( Alternatively, add the fig paste and nuts and boil the milk till it reduces to half.)
  • By now the milk for kulfi will be thick, pour into kulfi mould
  • Wait till the kulfi is at room temperature.
  • Place in the freezer to set.

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10 thoughts on “Anjeer Kulfi / Frozen Fig Dessert”

  1. Super combination of flavours. I am a kulfi lover myself. By the way, I love those lovely golden rimmed plate. Looks really exotic

  2. That is lip-smacking good vaishali, i have some dried figs, will try this!! Love the idea of adding fig rolls too!!! Great tip when we have too many gift boxes during festivities!

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