During festive season we have lot of left-over sweets. We can use them to make rabri or kulfi. I tried out for the first time and the result was amazing. The rabri and kulfi both were absolutely divine. It hardly took 10 - 12 minutes.
Kaju pista katli .... 6-7 pieces
Milk .................. 1/2 litre
Malai ................. 3 tbsps
Sugar .................2 tbsps
Pistachios .......... few
Saffron ............. 1 pinch
Cardamoms .. 2-3
Break the katli into small pieces.
Add the crushed cardamoms and saffron to the milk and boil until it reduces to half.
Now add the sugar.
When the consistency is thick enough transfer the rabri into serving bowls.
Garnish with pistachios. Serve warm or chilled.
The same rabri can be set in kulfi moulds to make nice and creamy kufis.
Yes Sure nice & good use of leftover kaju Karl especially when we have plenty during festivals. Children will love such Moms!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the compliment.Delete
This is a great idea I never thought to make sure of my left over mithai in this way.Very innovative way to create a new dish.ReplyDelete
Thanks Nayna.. and it hardly takes time.Delete
Wow! This is lying in my drafts and you have already posted it 😙, but one thing I can say that it tastes awesome. Loved your beautiful bowls.ReplyDelete
The flower shaped one is an antique piece gifted by my nani to mom.... and now mom gave it to me.
Superb great use o leftover katlis I am sure this is delish !!ReplyDelete
Yes dear.. so nice and creamy.Delete
Thats a brilliant idea of use leftover kaju katlis for making rabri and kulfi out of it. Such a delightful dessert, lipsmacking here.ReplyDelete
Wow Shobha! I am going to mak esure I have leftover katlis to make the rabdi and the kulfi!ReplyDelete
Yes dear.. you must do that and the result will be amazing.Delete
Wow ! Such flavorful desserts with leftovers...awesome share !ReplyDelete
Superb. Though i really don want to have anything cold now, coz a bit under the weather, the kulfi looks very inviting.ReplyDelete
Thanks dear.. maybe you can try next summer.Delete
These kulfis are amazingly beautiful. I had tried them too a couple of months back with normal khoya barfi.ReplyDelete
Ok.. they are really good isn't it ?Delete
Absolutely delicious and clever use of leftover mithai which wouldnt have been consumed like the way Kulfi does. I have a similar recipe made last year with left over modaks that I turned into ice cream. Leftovers are fun to work with. Great share!ReplyDelete
True dear.. I love making new dishes with left overs too.Delete
Awesome way of using leftovers,looks delicious! Though in my house having leftover mithai is a rarity :DReplyDelete
Ok.. you can save some next time.Delete
What a creative use of leftover katli! And not one but two more recipes with it. I'm sure this rabri/kulfi would be extra creamy and scrumptious.ReplyDelete
Yes Maria dear.. thanks for the compliment.Delete
Beautiful idea. The resulting kulfi must be very delicious.ReplyDelete
Yes Archana.. very nice and creamy.Delete
I usually end up making these kind after Diwali. Your kulfi looks yummy.ReplyDelete
Thanks for liking JayashreeDelete
The leftover make over are always a best idea. these kulfis are looking so delish !!ReplyDelete
What a fabulous idea of using leftover mithai into a new dish, rabri and kulif looks drool worthy!ReplyDelete
Thanks Jagruti.. the trial was worth it.. in fact it is much easier and less time consuming.Delete
Pass me this kulfi please as weather is too hot here. Love the rich rabri in the kulfi.ReplyDelete
Sure dear.. sending you some for tasting.Delete
wow Shobha today you made me drooling over at your space. Moreover making with leftoevers it superb idea. Looking so creamy and mouthwatering.ReplyDelete
Thanks for liking .Delete
This looks amazing! So refreshing in this hot weather!ReplyDelete
Yes dear.. thanksDelete
I like the idea of using kaju katli for making kulfi. It's so hot here at the moment - I would love one of your cool kulfis.ReplyDelete
Thanks for liking Mina..Delete
Fantastic idea to use left over sweets. So innovative. Awesome share.ReplyDelete