Guava's contain high levels of vitamin-C, which are four times higher than the levels found in oranges (the traditional vitamin-C powerhouse), provides the immune system a huge boost in antioxidants. Antioxidants are the major lines of defense against the proliferation of free radicals in the body, which are one of the main causes of serious conditions like cancer and heart disease. Therefore, adding guava to your diet has numerous ways in which it helps you stay health and cancer-free.
What makes guava special is that protecting the fruit does not require excessive use of chemical pesticides as in the case of grapes, apple, and other so-called “exotic” fruits. It is one of the least chemically treated and sprayed fruits.
There are many varieties of kulfi that I've tasted, and always wanted to experiment preparing kulfi using guavas, Ultimately when I got my hands on fresh not frozen Guavas had to experiment with this fruit. This kulfi was minty and very tasty.
4 Ripe Guavas (Washed and chopped into cubes)
10 Sprigs Mint leaves
1/2 Cup Sugar
400 Grams Yogurt
100 Grams Whipped Cream (Use a whipping cream powder to create perfect whipped cream)
4 Tbsp Melon Seeds
Mint leaves for garnish
Prepare hung yogurt first. Please follow the video and create the yogurt.
In a mixer jar add the chopped fruit, sugar and mint add 1/4 cup water and create a puree. Add the hung yogurt to the puree and blend till all ingredients are well combined.
Strain the created puree using a sieve.
Follow the package direction a create whipped cream (Whipped cream I'm using is non dairy avaiable at all supermarkets)
Gently fold the whipped cream with the fruit puree and transfer to a freezer box. Freeze over night or until the kulfi is set.
Assemble the kulfi in layers. In a tumbler add mint leaves, toasted melon seeds, and scoops of guava kulfi. Serve chilled Enjoy :)