Kulfi Recipe | Badami Kulfi | Strawberry Kulfi
Strawberry and Badami kulfi recipe by Sooperchef
Summer is here and soon the heat would be unbearable. That is why the largest online food network of Pakistan: sooperchef.pk is bringing in the delectable strawberry and badami kulfi recipe for all of its fans that will help them keep their cool in the dreadful summer heat. You can also prepare this delectable frozen dessert recipe for your children so they can enjoy a cool and tasty treat and you can ensure that it is prepared in a hygienic way with ingredients that won’t compromise your children’s health at all. There is a whole range of delicious dessert recipes that you can access on the menu of sooperchef.pk for free. Some of the most top-notch dessert recipes on the menu include the delectable and crumbly meethi tikkiyan recipe, the chocolaty and flavorsome chocolate custard tart recipe, the delicious no-bake chocolate biscuit cake recipe, mango kulfi the tangy and sweet strawberry two ways recipe, and then lastly but not the least the sweet and soft chocolate chip muffins recipe. The kulfi is one of the most relished frozen dessert recipes that is eaten all over Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Burma, the middle east and some parts of the Arabian peninsula. Kulfi is basically a frozen dairy dessert that is often described as traditional Indian ice-cream or the Indian version of ice cream. The recipe does share similarities with ice-cream in terms of taste and appearance but is much more creamy and denser than ice-cream in general. There are many flavors in which the kulfi is made and served, the most eaten and traditional ones include mango, cardamom, rose, cream (malai kulfi), saffron and almond (kesar badam or zafran badam) and pista (pistachio). The contemporary versions include more fruity flavors like apple, orange, strawberry, peanut, peanut butter and avocado. Find the complete strawberry and badami kulfi recipe on sooperchef.pk for free in Urdu and English language and beat the heat in a tasty way.