While I was thinking about what different recipe should I post so that I meet the requirements, I saw Peddu walking around with the cover of the popsicles that I used for making Kesar Kulfi. He remembers that kulfi all of a sudden and asks me when I was going to make it again for them. That struck me that I could very well make it again this time with chocolate flovour as my kids forever love anything chocolate.
First time I went to the supermarket I picked a pack of heavy cream, totally forgetting that I would need unsweetened khova and not cream. Well, the day I was making it I realized my mistake and went about so many shops to get hold of the khova, everywhere it's mostly sold as sweetened khova. Finally, I found a place that sells wholesale and they won't sell 100 gms. So I convinced them to give me 200 gms and back to making the chocolate flavored kulfis. I also added chocolate chips as an extra attraction.
I followed the same recipe as for Kesar Kulfi, adding cocoa powder and chocolate chip to make Chocolate Kulfi with Chocolate Chip.
The kids are having a feast with Chocolate Kulfi and Chocolates. That reminds me that I have to use that cream to make ice cream. Well, it's chocolate heaven at home these days.
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When you see the back of your ladle covered you are done.
Place the chocolate chip on the bottom.
Add the rest to the kulfi mix.
Condensed Milk - 1 tin (400 gms)
Milk - 4 cups
Plain Kova / Unsweetened Khova - 100 gms
All purpose flour / Maida - 1 tbsp
Cocoa powder - 2 -3 tsps
Chocolate Chips - for garnishing
How to make Chocolate Kulfi at home:
If you are going to use popsicle molds as I did, then once it's frozen, dip them into hot water. The kulfi will easily come out.