Falooda / Faluda

by - September 08, 2013

     
Falooda

  
       Falooda is the king of  ice cream, Which is introduced by  Mughal Empire to India. I have shared the traditional method which has rose syrup, rabri, noodles, bails seeds, jelly,  fruits, nuts and ice cream and you can find this falooda in most of the restaurants in India with the same texture and taste. If you want to make instand falooda, then you can use rose milk instead of rabri but addition of rabri always give unique taste to your falooda. This can be prepared ahead for any parties, get together and can be topped with ice cream while serving.  
    This winning recipe is for this month SNC challenge which is started by Divya Pramil and challenged by Minnie of  thelady8home.com to South team and sharing the same for Blogging Marathon 32 ~ ABC Series.

Preparation time: 20 ~ 30 minutes, including layering falooda
Soaking time: 1 hour
Cooking time: 1 hour, for both rabri and noodles
Chilling time: 1 ~ 2 hours or until use
Serves: 2 tall glass as shown in pictures

Ingredients:
2~ 3 tbsp tukmaria/basil seeds
2 cups ice cream of your choice( I used vanilla ice cream)
4 tbsp of chopped mixed fruits like apple, pomegranate, banana, grapes etc or as required (optional)
4 tbsp jelly, cut into bite size pieces or as required (optional)

For Rabri
2 cups whole milk  
1/4 tsp saffron 
1 tbsp sugar
2 tbsp rose water

For Noodles
1 handful of whole falooda noodles
2 cups of water + 1 cup ice water

For Garnishing:
Nuts of your chioce like almond, pistachios, cashews etc

Preparation:
For Basil seeds

Falooda

1. Soak tukmaria seeds in 1/2 cup of water till they are plump or for an hour. This can be done in advance and store it in refrigerate for a week.

For Rabri and Falooda Noodles

Falooda

2. Heat milk in heavy bottom pan at medium heat.
3. Add saffron, when milk starts to boil. Stir continuously. 
4. Meantime boil water, add falooda noodles and turn of the heat. After 5 minutes drain the water and transfer the noodles to ice water. Let it be in chill water for 2 minutes and drain the water completely and keep it aside until use.

Falooda

5. When milk reduces to 1/2 of it original quantity, add cooked noodles. Mix and continue cooking for another 5 ~ 7 minutes. Turn off the heat and transfer it to another container. Allow it to cool to room temperature. Add rose water before refrigerating or refrigerate for minimum an hour.  

Layering falooda

Falooda

6.In a tall glass, add 1/2 tsp of rose milk syrup.
  then add chopped fruits and rabri noodles continued by basil seeds. Then add chopped jello with some nuts, again continue by noodles and basil seeds until you reach 3/4 height of the tall glass.
7. Scoop in any ice cream to top of the glass.
8. Drizzle some rose milk syrup and top it with nuts of your choice and enjoy..

( I used green food colour to half of my rabri to get green noodles)

Let's check the blogging marathon page here

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35 comments

  1. this is absolutely awesome... love the whole way the falooda looks... feel like grabbing it off the screen!!

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  2. Yummy.....amazing falooda. Would like to grab a glass right now.

    today's post:
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  3. Beautifully done, falooda looks absolutely delicious.

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  4. Gorgeous and fabulous falooda, very elegant and delightful dessert..

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  5. Nice Falooda :) Rabri is a nice touch.

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  6. Wow, mouthwatering falooda... looks perfect...

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  7. I can't take my eyes off the picture... Delicious

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  8. Love to have both these gorgeous glasses of falooda :) looks fabulous and so colorful :) tempting me dear !!

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  9. looks sooooo good!!! picture perfect!!!

    Sowmya

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  10. Stunning pictures..have recently fallen in love with falooda !

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  11. yours came out so beautiful - so much deliciousness and decadence in one glass!

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  12. stunner of a recipe.. and more so because its home made and is soooo appetising... bookmarking this :)

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  13. Wow, they look s yummy & tempting.. Pls pass me the glass :)

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  14. Wow, they look so yummy & tempting.. Pls pass me the glass :)

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  15. Wow that looks super tempting!..nice long glasses and falooda looks excellent in them..

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  16. Looks awesome. Love to have a glass...

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  17. Looks awesome. Beautifully presented...

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  18. Falooda is something I want to try soon. Love your clicks.

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  19. Wow ! Falooda looks so rich and delicious !

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  20. looks so yummy and im sure it tastes yumm :)

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  21. omg!!!the pics look stunning!!!

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  22. Oh my! You bowled me over with that presentation.

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  23. I love this recipe. But I love your tall glasses more :) Very detailed explanation. Wonderful.

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  24. Wow this is so very beautifully made. Love your pics.

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  25. Looks amazing and it is a color riot...

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    http://cookingwithpoorni.blogspot.in/2013/09/falooda.html

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