Rose Phirni

Last week we moved to Florida from Ireland and that was the reason I was not blogging for some time. After a long time I am back in blogging. It’s been a week here and I am too tired from this long exhausted trip and making efforts to arrange my pantry .But still I had to start from somewhere. So I decided to kickoff again from a sweet ,chilled and refreshing dessert.

I made rose flavored phirni for the first day of cooking Parsi food for BM#52 /Week 3.So let’s start the recipe .Yum

1 liter whole milk
1/4 cup rice
1 tablespoon rose essence
1/2 cup sugar
2 cardamoms ,crushed
1 tablespoon raisins
1 tablespoon cashew nuts
1 tablespoon almonds,sliced

Method :
Wash and soak rice in one cup milk for 2-3 hours.
Pulse grind the soaked rice in blender and set aside.
Heat the remaining milk in a saucepan and bring to boil. Add cardamoms and stir.
Now add rice and cook for 15-20 minutes until rice are don.
Finally add sugar , rose essence and dried fruits .Cook for few minutes more till desired consistency.
Remove from heat , stole in refrigerator and serve chilled garnished with rose petals.


Serve-6. Cooking time-30 minutes

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Best regards,

Sapana Behl

9 comments on “Rose Phirni”

  1. Jayanthi says:

    Welcome to USA, Sapna! The phirni looks awesome. I love chilled desserts on a nice sunny day.

  2. Sarita says:

    Nice yummy recipe.. Looks great! Good to know that u moved to Florida, which place? I'm in Tampa Florida…

  3. Hamida H says:

    A new day with a dish your kind! Fancy flapping gums on your goodies ♥

    Your goodies winking on our wall is as good as marshmallowsJ

    Fancy your art of treating kitchen ♥♥♥

    Bon Appetite
    I'd love to drop anchor in your lagoon,
    Hamida, Content Manager, Sulekha US

  4. I love the basic Rose flavor . In fact rose is so heavenly, love this phirni .

  5. Good to see you back Sapana. This dessert is perfect for the land of sunshine.

  6. Pavani N says:

    Wow, rose flavored phirni looks amazing. Hope you are slowly settling down in the US. Good luck with everything.

  7. Good luck with your move and hope you are settling down. That phirni sounds yum.

  8. looks so good and flavorful

  9. Srivalli says:

    Good luck with your move Sapana, very nice dessert to enjoy

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