PHIRNI

PHIRNI

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Phirni is an Indian dessert which is made using rice and milk.
Light, creamy and sweet, this chilled rice pudding flavored with rose water is the perfect accompaniment for a hot summer day or after a spicy meal. Kheer and phirni is very similar between each other, basically both are rice puddings.
1. Kheer – we use basmati Rice(cooked with milk)
2. Phirni -we use using grounds rice ( dissolved in milk )

The process is same, which you have to boil the milk with sugar then put in Rice/ground rice, Then all the nuts or dried fruit. Then chill.
It can be flavored with ground green cardamoms seeds or rose water or rose water.

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I made phirni as a Prasad for Lord Hanuman’s Pooja which we do every Tuesday. Yes every Tuesday I make sweets to offer as Prasad for Pooja ( worshipping). I personally liked phirni more than kheer. It tastes best when served chilled, you can have it with fruit cake also.

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The spring season is a time when it is more comfortable and desirable to spend time outdoors. The birds appear with their morning chorus of chirping. The sounds of nature provide for us a dynamic symphony. The day’s end usually offers a beautiful sunset.
Spring precedes summer (the growing season) and fall (the harvest season). Spring is the beginning, and there can be no growing and harvesting without the beginning that is provided by spring.

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PHIRNI

  • Servings: 8
  • Time: 1hr
  • Difficulty: easy
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Recipe Courtesy: milkmaid recipes.

INGREDIENTS

Milk-3cups
Sweetened Condensed milk -1 can
Rice- 100gms
Cardamom powder-1tsp.
Rose water-1tsp
Few rose petals.
chopped nuts to garnish.

METHOD
1. Soak rice in water for 30 minutes to 1 hour. Drain water and grind to a fine paste.
2. Add milk to paste and heat together, stirring constantly so that the mixture does not stick to the bottom. Bring to a boil. Cook for 5 to 7 minutes. Add Sweetened Condensed Milk and remove from fire.
3. Add Cardamom(elaichi)powder and rose water. Leave to cool and set in a refrigerator. Serve garnished with rose petals or nuts or both.

NOTES
#Condensed milk is itself very sweet , so adding sugar is not required. If you think that phirni is too thick add boiled milk to it.
# On keeping in fridge generally phirni thickens. Add boiled milk to it to restore the consistency.
# It is very important to stir phirni continuously to avoid rice lumps.



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