Raise your hand if you’ve ever tasted kulfi, the ice cream of the Indian subcontinent made with only pure cooked milk, cane sugar, and natural flavors. It’s decadent; it’s intense; it’s lower in calories, sugar, and fat than similar ice creams. Sold yet?
If you’re still unsure, swing by the Dallas Farmers Market between 10:30 and 4:30 on Sept. 11 when Dallas’ own Kaurina’s, local manufacturer of authentic Indian kulfi and exotic ice creams, will partner with the Cooking Channel’s Frozen Treat Truck tour stop to hand out free samples of Kaurina’s 80 calorie Kulfi bars.
A bit on Kaurina’s:
Kaurina’s started when, co-founder, Mrs. Jas Singh began making kulfi from an original family recipe for family and friends. Kaurina’s stays true to tradition by using only pure, simple and all natural ingredients, with no eggs or preservatives. Today Kaurina’s supplies their delicious Kulfis to all major ethnic Indian and South Asian grocers throughout Texas as well as Market Street in DFW, and coming soon to Central Markets.
“We were excited to taste these all-natural kulfi pops by Kaurina’s, a small company in Texas,” said Merritt Watts, senior editor at Everyday Food for marthastewart.com. “They were rich yet refreshing and had the perfect creamy texture.”
“We want to offer Kaurina’s Kulfi as a healthier alternative to traditional ice cream. With fewer calories, sugar, and fat, you can savor the flavor without the guilt,” said Aman Singh, VP of Kaurina’s. “Kulfi has been enjoyed for generations overseas, and Kaurina’s wants to introduce that tradition of enjoying authentic Kulfi to the West.”