Bombay Crush Milkshake Falooda

Bombay Crush Milkshake FALOODA, is an inspired sweet treat, that takes 2 family Favourites, Gourmet Bombay Crush Milkshake, and Easy Falooda, to create this unique combination of divinely dreamy, creamy and Sweet dessert, for anytime of the year.
Where oh Where has the time gone, it’s unreal that we almost to the end of Ramadaan 2022.  The old saying that “Time and Tide, waits for no Man”, rings so true these last few weeks.
If you have been following the National News, or global news, I’m sure you would have come across the devastating news of recent floods in Durban, South Africa.  Heavy Rainfalls, primarily as a result of subtropical Storm ‘Issa’, had caused widespread devastation in KwaZulu Natal, on 12th Aprill 2022.  Landslides, River and Widespread Floodings had been experienced across this lush green parts of South Africa.  The storm left in it’s wake total Devastation and Damages to infrac-structures and the loss of lives, now standing at a toll of over 430 people.  As I pen down this post, many families are still reeling from trying to piece together their lives in Durban and KZN, with many still without water or electricity, some 12 days now (at time of post).
I humbly request you all to please keep the people of Durban and KZN in your duas/prayers, as they try rise again from this.
South Africans sure are a resilient nation, and this too we will overcome.  Durban is the City I was born and grew up in, and it will FOREVER have my heart.  It will forever be HOME, no matter where life takes us.  With that in mind, I wanted to showcase a very popular milkshake, a name that had been coined in DURBAN, but here I combine the Bombay Crush Milkshake, together with my family favourite Easy Falooda, to bring you a delicious and refreshing new take on Falooda.
A Step by Step Pictorial to help guide you when making the Bombay Crush Milkshake FALOODA
I have previously shared with my readers my Gourmet ‘Bombay Crush’ Milkshake, and you can have a read at all the other ingredients and history behind this milkshake on that post.  My Easy Falooda  has been a popular one for many years, and that recipe can be found on the link shared.
With the last week of Ramadaan upon us, here is a sweet treat for you try, and spoil your loved ones.  I look forward to hearing your feedbacks on my various social media platforms.
Now get out those Blenders and Whisk, let’s get you making this dessert.
Happy ‘Bombay Crush Milkshake FALOODA’ Making lovelies
Love Marriam 

Bombay Crush Milkshake FALOODA

  • Servings: 5-8
  • Difficulty: easy
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Author: Foodeva Marsay (@foodeva_marsay)
Step 1:
~ Make up a Rose Syrup Ghas/Jelly, and allow to set well before Shredding/Grating
2 cups Boiling water +
1½ – 2 teaspoon Falooda powder (Agar Agar) +
8 Tablespoon Rose Syrup +
1 Tablespoon Sugar(optional)
> Mix well and allow to set in refrigerator.
~ *You may heat this up, before refrigerating.
Step 2:
~ Soak 1-2 Tablespoon Subjha Seeds(Tukmaria/Basil Seeds) , in ½ or more Cup Water. Allow the Seeds to swell up, strain them and keep aside until needed.
Step 3:
Bombay Crush Milkshake
3 Cups Milk
1 Cup Vanilla Ice Cream
⅓ Cup Condensed Milk
⅓Dessert Cream
6 Tablespoons Rose Syrup
4-6 Tablespoons Nesquick Strawberry Flavour (Optional)
¼ teaspoon Elachie Powder
~ Add the blended Milkshake to a large enough saucepan, and bring to gentle simmer.
~ When the Milkshake begins to warm up, SPRINKLE IN-
2 Teaspoon Falooda Powder (Agar Agar /China Grass Powder)
~ Using a balloon whisk, whisk well, so falooda powder blends into the warming Milkshake.
~ Bring to a gentle boil, then remove from heat source.
~ Add 1 Tablespoon (or more) of soaked, swelled Subjha Seeds(Tukmaria seeds) , to the boiled Milkshake. Stir well to evenly distribute into the milkshake falooda.
~ Cool slightly, and then pour into serving glasses, and refrigerate this Bombay Crush Milkshake FALOODA, until set
Step 4:
~ When you are Ready to serve the Bombay Crush Milkshake FALOODA,
~ Top each glass with a scoop of vanilla ice cream + 1-2 Tablespoons of shredded Rose Syrup water ghas/falooda + Sprinkle of more Soaked, Swelled Sabjha Seeds (Tukmaria/Basil Seeds) + Slight Drizzle of Rose Syrup(optional).
~ Use as little or more of sabjha seeds and Rose Syrup water ghas as you prefer.
~ When making the Milkshake falooda, the condensed milk and dessert cream may be left out, but I haven’t mentioned it in recipe as optional.
Looking to try the Gourmet Bombay Crush Milkshake, Recipe can be found here:
Why not also try the Easy Falooda, Recipe can be found here:
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**PS: South Africans, of Indian Descent, from Durban,  refer to Bombay Crush, as a MILKSHAKE, which includes a little ‘falooda’ that is shredded into the Milkshake.  And then FALOODA is referred to a set, jelly like dessert, that uses Falooda powder(Agar Agar / China Grass Powder), that is also sometimes, referred to as Ghas.  This is not to be confused to the similar terms used by our friends from the Indian Sub-Continents.
Bombay Crush Milkshake FALOODA is served!

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