Monday, June 16, 2014

Falooda Popsicle Recipe - Easy Popsicle Recipes

Falooda Popsicle Recipe
Falooda Popsicle -  Yes!!  I wanted to try falooda popsicle and I was really not sure whether it will click or not as there were no specific recipes for it online, so it was just my own experiment of putting all the falooda ingredients together in popsicle mould and freeze it.The only thing that I doubted was whether it would demould easily as all the ingredients had different texture, as when I said this idea to few of my friends they suggested to better freeze each layer for sometime before adding the next layer....come on who has time and energy to do that atleast I am not that patient person with mittu around.

I made one popsicle alone with the popsicle mould lid just for mittus sake as she loves it that way.I was really surprised to see her enjoying the falooda popsicle.Oh yeah I am putting my popsicle moulds to full use and I am loving the feel of demoulding each popsicle every single time....Its a wow factor for me , its me who gets excited more than mittu when I see the popsicle out clean :)

Falooda Popsicle Recipe
I have fond memories when it comes to Falooda.....the first time I tasted falooda was during my 8th standard in an icecream shop named Richy Rich at RS Puram,CBE.It was 30 rs per glass and that was quite expensive during that period of time and falooda was luxury in a glass. Falooda was served in a tall glass with a spoon the glass looked so colorful and beautiful with different layers and icecream and cherry on top...yumm.
The first time when my uncle insisted me to taste it, I first digged inside to check if there are any fruits....yes I cant tolerate any fruits in my icecreams during my childhoos days and the habit hasn't changed a bit even now.I like few fruits in my desserts but with icecream its a big time no for me.

When I made custard powder icecream to post here, I also planned to make use of the icecream either for falooda or for jigarthanda but the icecream was so yummy that it got over in no time so the thought of making falooda popsicle popped up and we loved it.

Falooda Popsicle Recipe

Falooda Popsicle Recipe

Preparation Time:15 mins | Freezing Time : 8 hrs | Makes:4 popsicles
Recipe Category: Dessert | Recipe Cuisine: World

Boiled Milk - 1 and 1/2 cups
Sugar - 3 tbsp
Rosemilk Essence - 1 tsp
Sabja seeds(soaked) - 2 tbsp
Jelly - 1/4 cup
Vermicelli(cooked) - 1/4 cup

Method:

  1. Make jelly as per the instructions in the pack or you can use 1 gm china grass and fruit essence with food color to make jelly as I did.Add sugar while mixing,Then add rose milk essence and sugar to milk and mix well.
    How to make falooda popsicle - Step1
  2. Get ready with your ingredients.Crush the jelly with  spoon and make it ready.Now take your popsicle mould - First add jelly, then add a spoon of soaked sabja seeds.
    How to make falooda popsicle - Step2
  3. Then add a spoon of semiya.Finally add rose milk till it reaches the rim of the popsicle mould.Give a quick stir with a spoon.
    How to make falooda popsicle - Step3
  4. Cling wrap it with aluminum foil,Carefully prick with a knife then insert icecream sticks.Alternately you can even close it with your popsicle mould lid itself.I made one with the popsicle lid just for mittus sake.Freeze it for atleast 8 hrs or even overnight.Then take it out and carefully show the outer surface under tap running water.Carefully pull out the popsicles.
    How to make falooda popsicle - Step4
  5. Serve immediately.
Falooda Popsicle Recipe

My Notes:

  • If you are serving only1-2 popsicles at a time and want the rest to be stored then again close it with aluminum foil and freeze it.
  • I was skeptical whether the layers would demould easily so I mixed it with a spoon and also for the rose milk layer to give a coat evenly till the bottom layer.
  • I thought you can mix everything in a bowl and then pour it onto moulds, this way it will be even more easy.
  • You can even use cherries chopped.
  • Adjust the quantity of each layer as you prefer.
  • You can use readymade jelly or make jelly at home.
  • I used china grass and strawberry essence to make the jelly like texture.
  • I used rosemilk essence(Bakers brand) so had to add sugar seperately.If you are using rosemilk syrup then it will have sugar so adjust accordingly.
  • I used normal semiya but if you get the fine variety use that which is perfect for falooda.
Falooda Popsicle Recipe


Written by: SHARMILEE J

12 comments:

  1. Yummy..!! I love Falooda and now I'm imagining this popsicle's taste. I think a few crushed cashewnuts can also be added to it.

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  2. This looks really yummy! And so perfect for this weather!

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  3. tempting !!!!! reminds me of ""semia ice" which we used to taste from street vendors during our child hood. i was searching for this ... thanks sharmi !

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  4. Simply awesome and delicious looking falooda recipe. Excellent preparation.
    Deepa

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  5. I remember Richy Rich , Sharmi. Used to go there when ever we visited town! Such nice memories! And this Popsicle has indeed turned out so well!!

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  6. Wow, very tempting click. Loved the illustrative clicks, so exhaustive. very professional look :):)

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  7. That's really nice idea lovely turn up

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  8. Hi sharmi, we need to cook the semia right?

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  9. Wow .. tempting photos.... such a easy to make recipe. I was searching for more kuchi ice recipes, found this.... Thank you so much. Whether semiya kuchi ice cream we need to do the same? Any changes we have to do? Pl let me know or please try semiya kuchi ice & Paal ice and publish recipe soon.
    Thank you for reminding Richy Rich... my favorite place for Ice cream... really those days are Golden days.... unable to forgot the taste of ice cream and friends get together for a birthday party or after exams the final day treat.... mmmmm.... every body who visited particularly R.S.Puram Richy Rich can't forget that experience.

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