Sunday, July 18, 2010

Falooda



With temperatures reaching the low 90s (F), without  a shadow of a doubt, for us Midwesterners, summer is HERE ......!! Sipping falooda on the deck past the twilight hour …..gazing thru the stars....just relaxing and soaking in the calmness…the birds chirping at a distance…..a plane flying by ..this is therapy in itself ……. !! How do you like to relax and unwind yourself?


Ingredients: serves 2

Milk: 2 cups
Falooda sev: handful
Rose syrup : 2-3 tbsp
Tukmuri seeds/ Subza: 1 tbsp
Vanilla ice cream: 2 scoops


Boil the sev in water for about 20 min, drain the excess water and let it cool. Soak the tukmuri seeds, they will puff up and double in size…in about 15 min.

In a glass add cooked sev (cool), and soaked tukmuri seeds and rose syrup, pour in cold milk and top it with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Enjoy!!Now did we mention easy!:)

Did you know Tukmuri is basil seeds.



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21 comments:

  1. excellent.. and for a hot sunday ... nothing better.. try my FroYo http://chackoskitchen.blogspot.com/2010/07/why-frozen-yoghurt-is-better-than-ice.html

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  2. Wow very refreshing..superb clicks

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  3. Looks amazing. Wonderful click :)

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  4. looks awesome...wonderfull color and i am sure it is yummy too. i love falooda and urs looks very inviting...thanks for the wonderfull recipe

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  5. see this is why I love to blog hop. yesterday only I saw these lack colour tiny seeds called sabja. was wondering how they are used and here is my answer. also never knew that falooda could be prepared like this. mostly have seen these for prettying up kulfis. looks lovely and a must try.

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  6. wonderful clicks. love the colour and the presentation. yumm. i am drooling.

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  7. Awesome clicks !! your first click is sooo very tempting. Have to find out where can I get those tiny seeds....
    Drop in some time at Hamaree Rasoi if you have time....
    Deepa

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  8. looks yummy..........
    nice clicks :-)

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  9. HMM,my mouth is watering..my all time fav...

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  10. wow...tats so yummy looking falooda....jst dont waste time reading this....send me some.....:-)

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  11. wow, that is mouth watering, I looooooooooooove falooda with those seeds, love them and can eat kulfi with falooda any time of the day.

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  12. Love falooda a lot, awesome clicks.

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  13. Looks delicious, perfect on a hot summer day!

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  14. WOW.....THAT LOOKS SO GOOD!!havent had falooda in a while....nice blog u have here dear.


    Regds,
    Shabs
    www.shabscuisine.blogspot.com

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  15. Lovely clicks and good recipe. Love to try this Falooda soon. Nice to be here, best wishes.

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  16. hey first time here...pictures look amazing....hope to try ur dishes soon.

    Lavanya

    www.lavsblog.com

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  17. evertime favorite drink
    really missing the same here..
    now i can make it at home.. really delicious one

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  18. I don't believe it! I could've made Kulfi-falooda at home...I could've, I could've...but now I can't.

    The more important point here is...the pictures are fabulous and that we've got the recipe.

    Thank you, Turmericnspice:)

    - Gorakh Nath.

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  19. Hi,
    Appealing and tempting to have immediatley.
    Plz. visit my blog jayzkitchen

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