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Kulfi is said to be the original ice cream of India. Believed to have its origins in Persia, kulfi was introduced to the subcontinent by Moghul royalty in the 1500s. Unlike most ice cream, kulfi is not whipped and is made with only pure cooked milk, sugar and natural flavors.
Now, Americans can dive into this sweet treat thanks to Dallas-based Kaurina’s.
Made with only pure, simple ingredients and no eggs or preservatives, kulfi ice cream bars come in Pistachio Almond, Vanilla, Coconut, Chocolate, Strawberry, Mango, Chickoo, Malai and Kheer flavors, in 3-ounce single-serve boxes or 12-ounce four-packs.