Wishing everyone a Happy Lohri!! Let this Lohri night burn all your bad times and enter you in good times.
Festivals and celebrations are incomplete without a sweet or a dessert. Today is the auspicious day of Lohri and I am celebrating my 150th post with a sweet note “Boondi rabri ice-cream”. Well today is double celebration as it is my little sister’s birthday. I wish her lots of happiness and good luck in her life. Ice-creams can surely elate our mood. I mean who on this earth does not like ICE-CREAMS !! It is such a mood lifter and is so indulging. When you dig in the first bite of an ice-cream it soothes your senses and pacifies you. Yes that is the magic it creates. I have attempted a totally new and super tempting recipe Boondi rabri ice-cream”.
2 cups – sweet boondi (store bought)
1 1/2 liters- high fat milk
1 1/2 cup-sugar (more if you prefer sweet)
1 cup -whipped cream
1 tsp cardamom powder
1)For the rabri boil milk on a medium flame for 30 minutes stirring in between.
2)Once the milk has boiled and almost reduced to half the quantity add the sugar and cardamom powder.
3)Stir the milk continuously for another 10 minutes till it is thick and creamy.
4)Now you rabri is ready and let it cool for an hour at the room temperature.
5)Now take 1 cup of sweet boondi and make a coarse crumble in the food processor.
6)Mix this boondi crumble in the rabri and transfer it into an air-tight container.
7)Keep it in the deep freezer overnight or for 8 hours till it is set properly.
8)Remove the container from the deep freeze and let the rabri and boondi melt.
9)Beat the above mixture with a hand beater for 5 minutes till it is soft and creamy.
10)At this stage add whipped cream and rest of the bondi in the soft and creamy mixture.
11)Fold the cream nicely with the help of a spatula and mix it properly.
12)Finally let the boondi rabri ice-cream set in the freezer for another 8-10 hours till it is firm and set properly.