Kulfi is not ice cream. Kulfi is not even a sorbet. Kulfi is more like a popsicle but has milk in it. Lots of thickened milk and sugar frozen to take you to a comfort zone in hot weather. It is perfect for any day but is like heaven on a summer day. It is not summer here yet but feels like one though.
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Evaporated milk - 2 cans (use fat free or low fat or full fat -12 Oz can)
Sweetened condensed milk - 1 can (use fat free or low fat or full fat - 14 Oz can)
Heavy Cream - 1 cup (I have used regular milk also with good results)
Cardamom extract or cardamom powder - 1/2 tsp (optional - you could use vanilla or any other flavor)
In a microwave safe bowl, warm the evaporated milk. When it is warm, add the condensed milk and stir very well. Heat for couple more minutes. Stir and add the heavy cream or milk. Stir and let it come to room temperature. Add the cardamom extract or powder (or any other flavor of your choice) and stir very well. Pour into popsicle molds or individual cups (3 Oz plastic cups work very well). Cover with plastic wrap and freeze for an hour. When it is still not rock solid, insert the popsicle stick in the center and return to freezer to freeze solid.
I use these 1 Oz cups with lids for serving it in the parties. This proportion makes about 30 1 Oz serving cups. The cups are not filled all the way up though.