Falooda appears to have been introduced in India by the Parsis of Iran. The community makes this drink to celebrate the spring.It varies in taste across the span of the country.
You can check out the complete recipe of this Falooda at Food-For- Thought.
Falooda, is also the commonly known in North India as the thin transparent noodles which are usually colorless, flavorless and chewy, used to top the kulfi and falooda drink in Delhi. It is Iranian in origin, but is very integral to India now.
You can check out the complete recipe of this Falooda at Archy's Recipe Book.
Summer in Bombay is made bearable by ice cold treats like the falooda. During April and May everyone seems to be sipping and eating their way through tall glasses of this frothy pink concoction. The combination of chilled rose milk and ice cream is indeed hard to resist.
You can check the complete recipe of this Falooda at Malabar Spices.
Eating a falooda is great fun because of the different texture of each ingredient, in particular the chewy, gelatinous seeds and the soft noodles. Falooda goes into the Indian street food category-after all the spicy chaat, you’ve gotta have Falooda to end off.
You can check out the complete recipe of this Falooda at ShowMe TheCurry.
Falooda, the refreshing drink/dessert made by layering the contrasting tastes and textures of noodles, milk, jelly, fresh fruits, icecream, takamaria seeds, crushed nuts etc is a wonderful summer delight. Quite like the American tradition of a sundae.
You can check out the complete recipe of this Falooda at Anzz Cafe.