Have you ever tasted ice cream when you are drenched in rain ? That too in wet clothes ? My father likes these experiments and when we where kids we went
for a visit to the market. When coming back suddenly it started raining and before we could reach the nearest shelter we were drenched. The shelter happened
to be an ice cream parlour and my father surprisingly called us for a cup of icecream. We kids cannot deny that and it is a wonderful experince to have ice
creams when you where shivering with wet clothes. Luckily we did not catch any cold so escaped from my mom’s scoldings.
The same feeling I had when I hit the idea of making this icecream for the event
Warning: Please don’t be skeptical about the usage of rose flower in this recipe.
Milk – 2 cups
Gulkhand – 2 teaspoons
To be ground to a coarse powder:
Badam & cahshew – each 10
Saffron – 2 strands
Cardomom – 2 pods
Hot to make ?
Boil the milk and cool it to room temperature. Add the Gulkhand (recipe to be spoted soon) and mix well. Filter it in a colander and squeeze the residue to
extract maximum liquid from it. Return the vessel to the stove and add the ground powder to it and boil further till the milk reduces to half of its quantity. Switch
off the stove and let it cool to room temperature. Pour this liquid to kulpi moulds and freeze it for 2-3 hours. Once set invert it in a tray and serve it rose petals
This particular dessert starts melting immeidtately and so finish eating it as soon as its served 😉 Believe me…it was divine!