I'm sorry but this was a total failure. Kulfi is not at all like this. I yet followed the recipe and prepared it to celebrate a few good things in my life..but, this turned out terrible. My guests were very upset and I had to end up offering them Kit Kat chocolates whereas they were expecting "Kulfi". When I saw the recipe, I had a doubt whether it would be good or not, and so I went ahead and added 2 tbsps. of Hintz Dutch processed cocoa powder to the remaining ingredients. It didn't turn out nice...this is one thing I'll never make cos it ruined my celebration completely.
If you love almonds, you’ll love this recipe: a wonderful celebration of almonds! Absolutely delicious and SO quick and easy to make! I rarely go to Indian restaurants because I don’t like hot spices, and I have never eaten Kulfi. Being on such unfamiliar territory, I made this exactly to the recipe, right down to the serving suggestions! Well almost. I reduced the sugar by half a tablespoon and added half a tablespoon more of the ground almonds, hoping I wasn’t going to upset the balance and thereby wreck the recipe. When I am venturing into new culinary domains, clear instructions are just SO essential. Caroline’s instructions here were excellent! Because the Kulfi was to be sliced just prior to serving, I placed it in a shallow Tupperware container, and covered it. That made it easy to place a cake slide under the slices to get them out of the dish. I thoroughly recommend this recipe. And don’t think it has to be served as part of an Indian meal: it would be a great dessert to serve after any meal. Everyone absolutely loved it. Thank you, Caroline! — Sep 18, 2005