About Kulfi Falooda
Kulfi Falooda is a refreshing dessert. “Falooda” looks like rice noodles and they are made with cornstarch or arrowroot. “Kulfi” is an Indian ice cream. This is a delicacy with street vendors all over India. You can also serve Falooda with any ice cream of your choice.
- 2 scoops of Kulfi (icecream)
- ¾ cup of Falooda noodles
- 2-4 tbsp of rose syrup
- 6-8 pistachios, chopped (cashew nuts or almonds can also be used)
Option: ½ tsp sabja, soaked in 1/3 cup water (add bloomed sabja seeds to bottom of bowl)
In a serving bowl or plate, add 2 scoops of kulfi
Place Falooda noodles over the kulfi
Top Falooda noodles with rose syrup and garnish with preferred nuts (traditionally pistachio)
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