Falooda Recipe

Indulge in the vibrant and refreshing flavours of Falooda, a classic Mughlai dessert perfect for the delight of a summer day. This layered masterpiece features delicate vermicelli, plump sabja seeds, crunchy nuts, and fragrant rose syrup, all soaked in the silky Nestlé MILKMAID. Each spoonful celebrates opulence and taste, making it a perfect treat for warm days.

About Our Recipe

In our Falooda recipe, savour the subtle sweetness of Nestlé MILKMAID and forget about overly sugary desserts. This creamy addition enhances the taste of Falooda, creating a rich and unforgettable experience. Its smooth texture blends perfectly with other ingredients, giving each bite a luxurious feel.

By combining vermicelli noodles with the creaminess of MILKMAID, this dessert becomes a playful delight. Crunchy dry fruits provide a pleasing contrast to chewy sabja seeds, while fragrant rose syrup adds a touch of royalty.

Falooda goes beyond taste—it showcases the creativity of Mughlai cuisine, combining diverse flavours and textures seamlessly. With Nestlé MILKMAID, this timeless dessert becomes even more delightful.

So, gather your ingredients and indulge in this Falooda recipe for a creamy and indulgent treat.

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  • Servings - 6
  • Preparation - 10 Min
  • Cooking - 5 Min

Ingredients for Falooda

  • 1 tin Nestlé MILKMAID
  • 2 tbsp Sabja Seeds (Basil Seeds / Tukmalanga)
  • 6 tbsp Vermicelli
  • 12 tsp Rose Syrup
  • 6 cups Crushed Ice

For Garnish

  • 1 tbsp Dry Fruits

How to make Falooda

  • Step 1: Soak sabja seeds in excess water for 1 hr. Cook vermicelli in boiling water for 3-4 min. Strain and keep aside.
  • Step 2: Take a 220 ml tall glass and add 1 tsp rose syrup at the bottom. Top it with 1 tbsp cooked vermicelli, followed by 1 tbsp sabja seeds, 1 tbsp Nestlé MILKMAID, and 5 tbsp crushed ice.
  • Step 3: Repeat the above step and garnish with dry fruits.
  • Step 4: Mix well and serve.

Tips to Make Falooda

  • Cook Falooda vermicelli until slightly chewy for pleasant textures.
  • In our Falooda recipe, do not add sugar since the sweetness of the rose syrup and Nestlé MILKMAID will sweeten the dessert.
  • Use good-quality rose syrup for an authentic and flavourful Falooda experience.
  • Add a burst of freshness with chopped fruits like strawberries or mangoes.
  • Sprinkle chopped nuts like pistachios, cashews, walnuts, or almonds for a satisfying crunch.
  • Serve Falooda ice-cold for a refreshing and satisfying dessert experience.
  • Top your Falooda with creamy kulfi or any ice cream for a rich and indulgent twist.

FAQs on Falooda

1. What is the origin of the name Falooda?

The name Falooda is believed to come from the Persian term faloodeh, which means cold dessert.

2. Which type of Falooda tastes best?

Falooda has many delicious variations and can be customised according to your liking. However, the rose flavoured Falooda is the most classic and beloved.

3. Are sabja seeds necessary for Falooda?

Typically, the Falooda recipe includes sabja seeds, but you can still make it without them. Leaving out the sabja seeds might alter the texture of Falooda slightly, but it would not affect its taste.

4. Can Falooda be made without milk?

Yes, absolutely. While milk is a common ingredient in Falooda, you can also make it without milk. For instance, our Falooda recipe elevates this classic dessert with the rich taste of Nestlé MILKMAID.

5. What is the best way to serve Falooda?

The best way to serve Falooda is in a tall glass. This allows the layers of ingredients, like syrup, vermicelli, condensed milk, sabja seeds, crushed ice, and nuts, to separate slightly, creating a visually and texturally appealing dessert.

6. For how long does Falooda last in the fridge?

Make and enjoy this dessert while it is fresh, but it is okay to keep it in the fridge for a day or two. Just be sure to check its taste and condition before eating if stored longer.

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