Indians and their love for desserts needs no introduction. We love to devour desserts not only during festivities but also after almost every meal - it is more like a ritual for most of us. And why not?! Anyone would fall in love with the never-ending variety of sweet treats Indian cuisine offers, making it impossible for us to resist. From spongy rasgulla to luscious rabdi, kheer and more - Indian desserts are versatile and extensive. However, if there's one dessert that is a must have during every occasion, it has to be phirni. Let's agree, we just can't get enough this creamy goodness. Phirni is a popular variation to kheer. A creamy concoction of milk, rice and sugar, phirni has a thicker consistency, when compared to kheer.
If you love phirni as much as we do, here we bring five different phirni recipes that you must try. These recipes are super rich, flavourful and oh-so-delicious. Let's take you through these indulgent delicacies.
Here's A List Of 5 Phirni Recipes You Must Try:
1. Kesar Phirni
Indulge in the decadence of rice cooked with sugar, milk and saffron flavoured with aromatic cardamom and crunchy nuts like almonds and pistachios. This kesar phirni is the best of Indian desserts to try at home! Click here for the recipe.
2. Rose Phirni
Here we bring you our another favourite phirni recipe. This recipe is packed with rose essence, cardamom powder and crunchy nuts. It can be an ideal sweet treat you can prepare at home for any festival or special occasion. Find the recipe here.
3. Mango Phirni
Summers are here and there's no better way to celebrate it than indulging into luscious mango desserts. This phirni is a delicious and creamy Indian pudding made with sweet mangoes and of course rice. Find the recipe here.
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4. Kiwi Phirni
Your favourite Indian dessert now has a unique twist. In this recipe, phirni is prepared with a punch of kiwi, making it exactly what you need for a refreshing end to your meal. Try it out! Click here.
5. Badam Ki Phirni
A delectable, creamy dessert. Almonds, rice and milk blend together to make this delicious sweet dessert. The fragrant essence of rose water (gulab jal) and a dash of cardamom powder adds the magic touch! Click here for the recipe.
Now you know the drill, try out these recipes and let us know how you liked them in the comment section below.