Can you distinguish whether falooda is a beverage or a dessert? While 20 per cent of the falooda can be drunk, 80 per cent of it remains eatable. You need to spoon out the majority and eat them, thus, falooda is more of a dessert than a beverage. You don’t have to go to a restaurant to have a taste of this creamy and rosy- flavored dessert. Just go to your kitchen and follow this recipe:
For the falooda:
- 2 tsp. of basil seeds
- 1 ½ cups of milk
- 2 tbsp. of sugar
- a handful of FaloodaSev
- 2 tbsp. of rose syrup
- 2 scoops of ice cream
- few pistachios, chopped
- few rose petals
- For at least 30 minutes, soak the basil seed in water and drain after the time period.
- During the waiting period, pour sugar into the pan and boil it over medium heat. As it boils, lower the temperature and let it simmer for about 5-7minutes. Also, chill the milk in the refrigerator so its consistency will get thick.
- Prepare the faloodasev by following the instruction in the package.
- As the basil seeds, milk and sev become ready, all you have to do is arrange the falooda.
- Take two glasses and put the basil seeds into each.
- Add the faloodasev on top of the seeds.
- Add the rose syrup and pour the milk. You will notice that some of the basil seeds will float on top.
- Add one scoop of ice cream and garnish with pistachios and rose petals.
- Serve immediately and enjoy your homemade falooda.
Time and Serving
- Preparation : 30 minutes
- Cooking : 10 minutes
- Serving : for 2 persons