New Delhi, May 19 -- The bliss of relishing a kulfi on a sultry summer day is inexplicable. From being served in a humble earthen pot called matka with traditional recipes, to being reimagined in myriad flavours at some five star restaurant, the Indian ice cream or kulfi has come a long way. And while gorging on this delicious Indian ice cream, we delved into the details and tried to find out more about its origin and history, and bring to you some kulfi joints in Delhi that offer both traditional and gourmet varieties.

KULFI VS. ICE CREAM

Kulfi's consistency is creamier and thicker as compared to ice cream. And unlike ice cream, kulfi is not whipped. It is made by cooking the milk very slowly, while ice cream is made with sugar, cream, m...