Ice cream lovers, add this to your ‘I want to go there’ list. The Museum of Ice Cream has now opened in New York, and it’s everything we dreamed of: a room that smells like chocolate, futuristic ice cream innovation, edible balloons, a wall of ice cream cones, and A POOL FILLED WITH SPRINKLES.
Kulfi is an Indian ice cream made by evaporating whole milk until it’s really rich and almost caramelised. The beauty of enriching the milk like this is that you don’t need an ice-cream maker to churn and break up ice crystals, so it’s an easy pudding to make. This is traditionally made in conical metal kulfi moulds, which are hard to find in the UK, but you can use tall dariole moulds instead.