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No Cream Pista Kulfi With Leftover Rice- Sugarless Ice Cream for Pistachio Lovers


This no cream pistachio kulfi is a sure-shot way to enjoy a creamless creamy delight to beat the heat.
 If this creamy delight grabs your attention, then the secret ingredient would spark your interest more. The secret to this recipe will bowl you over, making it a no cream creamy delight. Any takers?  The "secret" is one of the most common ingredients in every kitchen, which has turned this creamy sugarless kulfi into a keeper recipe. No, it is not oats this time.
On top of it, this kulfi requires no heating, no cooking. So doesn't that make it even simpler?
sugarless pista kulfi no cream recipe


Too many of secrets these days, isn't it?
Well, I do not keep a lot of secrets and tend to reveal my culinary experiments with you all.
Let's break the silence on the secret of this healthy dessert.

You have leftover rice quite often and wonder what to do with the same, isn't it? Hey, why not try out a kulfi or dessert with the same. A few years back, I experimented with leftover rice to create one of the yummiest burfis or fudges ever tasted by you.

pista kulfi sugarless

Here's the sugarless ice cream recipe if you want to explore the leftover rice fudge recipe.


leftover rice fudge



Ingredients
Makes 3 popsicles
3 tbsp- cooked rice (I had leftover boiled rice after lunch, so used the same - I use usuna (parboiled) rice)-use any rice variety
4 tbsp- dehydrated milk/milk powder (I use skimmed sugarless milk powder from Patanjali)
1 tbsp- honey or maple syrup or even jaggery powder (add more- since I take it less sweet)
1/4 cup- pistachio powder
Elaichi (green cardamom for flavor)
2 tbsp- water
pistachio benefits

How To Make Rice Milk at Home 

This recipe has a giveaway recipe for you - how to make rice milk at home.
For this recipe, either you may make rice milk first or follow this sugarless ice cream recipe as is.

Let's learn to make rice milk at home. Take boiled rice and add water. Run this mix in a grinder or processor until everything looks well ground and blended. Your rice milk is ready. You can use a strainer or cheesecloth to strain the liquid and enjoy rice milk with a natural flavoring agent. You can add nuts and natural sweetener.

How To Make Pista Kulfi No Cream, No Sugar

how to make rice milk at home

Pulse cooked rice along with elaichi/cardamom.
Mix milk powder and water and drop this milky water in the grinder.
Run the grinder again.
Drop pistachio next. I dropped whole dry roasted pistachios. If you have powder handy, you can add that.
Process again. If the mix looks too thick, you may add 1-2 tbsp of extra water and blitz the ingredients until everything turns creamy.
Pour in kulfi molds or even a bowl and cover.
Freeze for 4-5 hours.
Enjoy creamless creamy pistachio delight.




Other Pistachio recipes:
2-ingredient kid-friendly pista ladoo
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pista cookies

pista barley cookies

dairy free pista kulfi

Comments

  1. The no cream pista kulfi with rice looks so creamy and the recipe sounds so simple and easy.. beautiful share Ravneet 🤗

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