Packed with myriad flavours and aromas, kulfi is the Indian equivalent of ice cream
Pick any fruit from the basket and there’s a kulfi flavour already made with it. Since it is summer, mangoes are in season and mango kulfi is quite a hit in many parts of North India. The sweetness of the mango with a tinge of creaminess results in a popular Indian dessert i.e. kulfi. Interestingly, kulfi can be served in plenty of ways too. There’s stick kulfi, kulfi with falooda served on a plate and matka kulfi too. Served in an earthen pot, the frozen Indian dessert is set in a matka for hours before it can be scooped out and eaten. It is believed that a matka or clay pot is a cooling agent and, therefore, suitable for storing water as well as making chilled desserts like kulfi.