CARAMEL PHIRNI WITH MANGO

I have an elegant looking dessert idea for you today.  This creamy and scrumptious, caramel phirni makes a great dessert, served in individual glasses. So if you are looking for a simple treat with a super delicious twist, I’ve got you covered.

Phirni is an absolutely delicious traditional creamy Indian dessert, prepared with rice flour or ground rice, milk and sugar and set in a small earthen pot, garnished with nuts, edible silver leaf and rose petals.
The fruits and caramel give it a western taste and make it even more tempting to taste.
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If your taste buds are demanding a seasonal twist, check out my THANDAI PHIRNI

BLUEBERRY THANDAI PHIRNI ROSE PHIRNI / GULAB PHIRNI MANGO PHIRNI Mango Phirni

 

INGREDIENTS:
30 g Ground rice
400 ml Milk
100 ml Single cream
100-125 g Sugar – I used regular sugar
2 tbsp. Pistachio slivers
Optional – Fresh fruit like berries, mango or grapes

INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Put milk and half cream in a thick bottom saucepan over medium heat.
  2. Mix in ground rice and stir continuously. Keep string while bringing to the boil.
  3. Meanwhile, in another non-stick pan, add sugar and couple of spoon of water over medium heat.
  4. Allow the sugar to dissolve and bring it to boil.
  5. Let the mixture caramelize and wait for it turns to dark brown.
  6. Do not stir, just swirl the pan.
  7. As soon as caramel dark in colour, remove it from the heat.
  8. Carefully pour the caramel mixture into rice and milk mixture, be careful as this mixture will bubble violently.wp-15933572095154493485829482088467.jpg
  9. Keep whisking constantly, and simmer until any lumps have dissolved and the mixture is smooth.
  10. By now phirni mixture will be creamy and thick.
  11. Turn off the heat, let the mixture cool at room temperature.
  12. Once cooled, set the phirni in an individual serving glass, and let it cool in the fridge for 2-3 hours.
  13. Once you are ready to serve, whip a remaining cream, pour on the cooled phirni and garnish with the pistachio slivers and mangoes.
    Enjoy!

NOTES:

  • Don’t want to make your own caramel? Use shop-bought instead.
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