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[mass noun] A type of Indian ice cream, typically served in the shape of a cone.
- ‘The kulfi in The Wee Curry Shop looks and tastes like bad industrial ice cream with phoney laboratory flavours.’
- ‘In its country of origin, it is used in sweet and savoury recipes, from biryani to kulfi.’
- ‘Mike asked for almond kulfi, offered as one of three flavours, but settled for mango because they didn't have almond.’
- ‘The kulfi was a bit of a disappointment, though.’
- ‘Also recommended is Yeh's homemade kulfi, or Indian ice cream.’
From Hindi kulfī.
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