Rooh Afza Popsicles and Puddings: This Delicious Summer Recipe Will Help You Beat the Heat

Rooh Afza Popsicles and Puddings: This Delicious Summer Recipe Will Help You Beat the Heat

Summer is the perfect time to cool off with ice cream, smoothies, juices and other refreshing drinks. Since the temperatures don’t want to drop, these delicious dessert options offer us a respite from the sweltering heat. So if you’re looking for mouth-watering desserts that you can make at home, we’ve got something special in store for you. Chef Ranveer Brar shared a video on Instagram demonstrating two recipes from Rooh Afza popsicles and pudding. To make these, all you need is Rooh Afza and a few other ingredients.

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For Rooh Afza custard

Milk – 1 liter

Cornstarch – 2 ½ tablespoons

Rooh Afza Syrup – 3/4th to 1 cup

Water – ½ cup

For Rooh Afza ice creams

Rooh Afza custard – ½ liter

Frozen bananas – 2

Basil seeds – 1 heaped tablespoon

Rooh Afza syrup – 1,5 tablespoons

For Rooh Afza Pudding

4-5 Bread Slices – Trim the Edges

Rooh Afza syrup – ½ cup

Rooh Afza custard – ½ liter

Rooh Afza syrup – 100 ml

for garnish

Rooh Afza syrup

Fresh mint leaves

Fresh rose petals

Fresh strawberry – cut in half

How do you make Rooh Afza popsicles and pudding?

1) First take milk in a saucepan and bring it to a boil. In a bowl, add cornstarch, Rooh Afza syrup and water and mix well.

2) After the milk has boiled, add the cornstarch mixture and mix well. Just make sure there are no lumps. Add some Rooh Afza syrup and stir well. Remove from heat and divide into two separate bowls.

3) Now prepare the ice creams. To do this, take frozen bananas in one of the bowls and mix them well. Add Rooh Afza syrup, basil seeds and mix. Take the popsicle molds and put in some Rooh Afza syrup. Pour the prepared mixture into the moulds. Seal with the lids and place in the freezer for 5-6 hours to set, or at least until the popsicles are well set.

4) Garnish with a sprig of fresh mint and a slice of fresh strawberries when done. Serve cool.

5) To make the pudding, mix together some slices of bread, Rooh Afza syrup and prepared Rooh Afza custard. Now take a ceramic or pewter mold and spread some Rooh Afza in it, followed by the batter.

6) Now steam it in a steamer over low heat for about 15-20 minutes. Cool completely and refrigerate for 5-6 hours or until fully set.

7) As a final step, simply unmold and enjoy Rooh Afza bread pudding topped with Rooh Afza syrup, fresh mint leaves and strawberry.


Let us know in the comments how your Rooh Afza turned out to be popsicles and pudding.