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Barfi Kulfi Recipe, How to make Leftover Barfi Ice Cream | How To Use Leftover Mithai

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How to make Leftover Barfi Kulfi with step by step photos recipe - After festive season of marriages or festivals over, our refrigerators are generally full with leftover sweets which we recieved in Indian wedding, which stay there neglected for days, for one reason or another, it doesn't get finished. 

Ice-cream or Kulfi is incredibly versatile sweets, if you have left over Indian Mithai (Sweets) from your refrigerator at home, you can use it in ways you've probably never thought to before.

I am sure most of us can relate to this situation. Of course, you can use up leftover sweets in many ways. 
So if you got a lot of leftover sweets and need another creative idea. Then you must try my idea.

I feel very bad when I throw into the bin, there's nothing worse than watching waste away. Instead of letting it go to waste, I decided to play with it and make a "barfi kulfi"...

Ice cream is one of my favorite dessert in all seasons, I know it's winter time people usually do not prefer eating ice creams but me and my family really liked it :D I prefer to make ice cream at home because it's more hygienic and healthy too !!

Winter me Kulfi khaane ka kuch alag hee maza hota hai...yummmmm !!

full concept of making burfi kulfi is very simple and easy to prepare. My granny used to make this ice cream during our childhood days, we all siblings really liked it..very thick, less sugar and delicious :)

They taste like thick, creamy and delicious kulfi...best to have it any time means any season :D 


The amount of sugar may vary, depending on the sweetness of the mithai's. Do not use very old sweets(mithai), otherwise the milk might split.

You can even try more leftover recipes

leftover cinnamon sugar breadsticks
lemon rice
mumbai style tawa pulao

Let's start the recipe of barfi kulfi with full step-wise pictorial

Total time : 40 minutes
Cooking time : 35 minutes
Preparation time : 5 minutes

Ingredients:

Milk - 1/2 litre
Khoya Barfi or any barfi(peda)– 120 gms
Sugar – 3 to 4 tbsp (as per as your requirement)
Green Cardamom seeds - 1 no
Chopped and Sliced Almonds or Nuts – as desired

Preparation Method :

1. Heat milk in a vessel or pan. Make sure your vessel or pan is thick-bottomed or it might start to burn. Reduce heat and simmer for 10-15 min.


2. Keep on stirring the milk and cook till it thickens and quantity is reduced to half. Once quantity is reduced, add mashed khoya barfi. 


3. Cook for another 5 minutes. Add sugar and green cardamom seeds as per taste and cook for 5-10 min. Allow the mixture to cool down completely. 


4. Keep the mixture in freezer till semi solid. Churn the mixture again using with fork.


5. Repeat this procedure 2-3 times to avoid forming ice in the kulfi. Set the kulfi mixture in kulfi mould.

6. Add few rose petals in the moulds.


7. Keep it in freezer for 7-8 hours or overnight till Kulfi is completely set. For serving, de-mould the kulfi and garnish with sliced or chopped nuts.



Notes
** I have added 3 tbsp of sugar in ice cream because we like more sweetness  in ice-cream, if you don't want avoid the step of adding sugar.

** Do not use very old sweets(mithai), otherwise the milk might split.

** You can use any khoya based sweet either barfi or peda.

To PIN it

*SAVE MORE BY WASTING LESS. YOU JUST NEED TO BE GET A BIT CREATIVE*
 
Happy Cooking & Enjoy !!

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