Monday, March 16, 2015

Rose Milk Ice / Rose Milk Popsicle Recipe

Rose Milk Popsicle Recipe

Rose Milk Kuchi Ice - Do you remember the triangle rose colored kuchi ice (rose milk popsicles)?! We used to be crazy after these rose milk kuchi ice during our school days.We used to treat us with these rosemilk popsicles on the last day of our school closing day each term it became more like a tradition.

Each year my birthday would fall on the last day of quarterly exams and the treat would be this popsicles :)) I have tasted both the triangle shaped and rectangle shaped rose milk popsicles. These are a real treat to your kids for this summer and I am sure you will love this too!!

Rose Milk Popsicle Recipe

Rose Milk Popsicle Recipe

Preparation Time:7 hrs | Processing Time : 10 mins | Serves:2
Recipe Category: Popsicles | Recipe Cuisine: Indian

Milk - 2 cups
Rose Milk Syrup - 2 tbsp
Sugar - 1 tbsp

Method:

  1. Boil milk and simmer for 10mins until milk is reduced a little.Then cool down completely and add sugar.
    How to make jam popsicle - Step1
  2. Add rosemilk syrup / essence and mix well.Pour the mixture into popsicle moulds or any teacups till 3/4th of the rim.
    How to make jam popsicle - Step2
  3. 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.Freeze it for atleast 8 hrs.Then take it out and carefully show the outer surface under running tap water.Carefully pull out the popsicles.
    How to make jam popsicle - Step3
Serve immediately!
Rose Milk Popsicle Recipe

My Notes:

  • Dont have a popsicle mould?! dont worry use disposable plastic cups or even thick paper cups cling wrap aluminium foil and us icecream sticks and freeze it.It demoulds easily or you can even cut the cups to get the popsicles out.
  • You can even add rose milk essence instead of syrup, in that case you need to add more sugar.Adjust sugar according to our taste.
  • I used rose milk syrup which already had sugar in it but added extra sugar for our taste preference.Add  little more sweetness than we add for drinking.
  • Freezing for atleast 6 hrs is required but I kept it overnight.
  • For easy demoulding - show the popsicle moulds in warm water, then pull the stick out slowly to get the ice pops clean.
Rose Milk Popsicle Recipe


Written by: SHARMILEE J

17 comments:

  1. wow this post brought back a lot of childhood memories for me. rose milk flavour is the best. love it!

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  2. Hi Sharmilee
    Your blog is awesome..
    Popsicle looks tempting.

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  3. lovely pictures sharmi..such a simple recipe..

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  4. Wow..it's tempting..as usual lovely picture

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  5. Hi Sharmi, which brand of rosemilk syrup do you use? Where do you buy it from? I've been trying to get a good one for a long time now.

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    1. I use Mambalam Iyers Rose Syrup it will be available in Chennai I guess....I have used Bakers rosemilk essence too

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  6. Hi Sharmi,
    I tried making Popsicles this way and found that it was having flaky icy consistency after being set. Pls let me know if you also see the same or why my popsicle would turn that way? Thanks for the awesome receipes!

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    1. It will not be creamy as we are just adding and freezing, as there is milk in this it will not be very flaky but sure ice crystals will be there

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    2. Thanks Sharmi! Is there a way to avoid it?

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    3. If it has to be avoided then you have to blend it again and again to attain the creamy texture

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  7. Hi Sharmi
    Your popsicle recipes are awesome and perfect.Could you please tell me where did you buy these mixed shapes popsicle moulds? I could not find it online,mostly I find with single shapes mould only in amazon.

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    1. I got it in a store named Duraisingh

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  8. I was able to get them from ebay

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  9. My Popsicles doesn't stick to the mould stick what may be the reason

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  10. Okay mam.. Thank you.. Expecting some flag color sweet recipes for independence day

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