Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Festival Special Sweets - PHIRNI

How to make Phirni

This Rice Flour Dessert - Phirni - is one of the most favourite sweet desserts on Indian festivals like Karwa Chouth, Diwali etc. 
Besides, it's very popular after meal dessert in Indian subcontinent across all sections of people. 
Easy to make and very nice to eat! Try it today! 

(More Sweets recipes - Gulab Pitha, Gokul Pitha, Rice Kheer, Palm Fruit cake )

Ingredients - 

100 gm flavored Rice flour
100 gm sugar
50 gm Khoa
1 tsp cardamom powder
5-8 gm pistachio (chopped)
25 gm cashew nut (chopped)
25 gm Almond (chopped)
25 gm raisin 
500 ml whole milk
1 tsp Rose water

Method - 

First, heat milk. Bring to boiling point. 
Add Sugar. After the sugar get dissolved, add rice flour little by little. Don't add all the rice flour at one go. Then it may form lump.
Stir continuously when adding rice flour.

When the mixture gets thicker add, rose water, cardamom powder, chopped pistachio, almond, cashew, raisin. Mix well. Put off the flame.

Let it come to room temperature, before garnishing.

When it gets cool down garnish it with dry fruits and rose petals!

Keep it in freeze for at least 2-3 hrs before serving! 
Traditionally, Phirni is served in earthen pots. Serve chilled!

See More -

Kaju Barfi 
Kheer Malpua
Dudh Puli or Kheer Puli

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