I used evaporated milk instead of milk powder and reduced the sugar. I added 5 tbsp. of custard powder to help thicken it up as it didn't thicken to my liking. I also sliced and puréed mangoes. The kulfi tasted and turned out great!
Thanks for the recipe! It came out really well. The hardest part was getting the milk/condesed milk mixture to thicken. I ended up having to cook it on medium for about 25 minutes, but otherwise the recipe was perfect!
Oh sure..why not. --DK
Awesome idea :) --DK
Got them in my local Indian stores :) --DK
Having never used it myself, I do not know - but I dont see why not. It should work! --DK
I think it should totally work :)
Yes, I think I would do the same since those canned ones are extremely sweet :) --DK
As I mentioned in the post near the moulds - "You might finds these here in local Indian stores (mostly in larger ones)." :) :) --DK
Normally I would have said Milk itself as an substitution but I think adding powdered milk adds something to the mixture (though not v sure ;)). But go ahead substitute it with milk itself - 1/4-cup of milk powder to 1 cup of milk is usually the substitute. :) Hope this helps --DK
LOL! trust me to write exactly whats in my mind ;) I wouldnt mind indulging shamelessly when it comes to Kulfi :) :) --DK