Thursday, 5 January 2017

Kashmiri Phirni/Kong Phirin/Kashmiri Semolina Pudding

Phirni is a delectable dessert prepared with rice as the main ingredient. Traditionally phirni is prepared on special occasions like Diwali, Holi, Karwa chauth and Ramazan etc. Coming to this fantastic Kashmiri Phirni, this pudding calls for semolina though many Kashmiri phirni calls for rice.This dessert has a super thick creamy texture and tastes absolutely delicious when served chilled. Kong means saffron and Phirin means sweet pudding. This semolina pudding calls for milk and khoya, which turned out this ultimate pudding more delicious and highly irresistible. Whoever loves Milk based sweets, will definitely fell in love with this beautiful pudding.

Kashmiri Phirni, Saffron Phirni


Am running this week's blogging marathon with Milk based sweets as theme. Hence i couldnt stop myself to prepare this lipsmacking Kashmiri phirni with semolina. This pudding tastes absolutely delicious when served chilled or at room temperature. If you want to give a try to a different or a super rich nuts loaded pudding, dont forget to give a look to this fantastic Phirni. When googled for a different phirni i got this ultimate recipe from here.

Phirni, Kashmiri Phirni

1 cup Sugar
1/4cup Semolina
2tbsp Ghee
1litre Milk
1/4tsp Saffron
1/2tsp cardamom powder
Few Almonds
Few Pistachios
Few Cashew nuts
1/4cup Khoya/Mawa (grated)

Blanch almonds and pistachios in one cup of hot water for five minutes, drain, and peel and roughly chop them, roughly chop cashew nuts, and keep it aside.

Heat ghee in a pan, add the semolina and fry for few minutes until a nice aroma comes from.

Bring boil the milk, with sugar and saffron. Add the roasted rava and cook in simmer for few minutes until the semolina gets cooked.

Phirni, Saffron Phirni

Add cardamom powder and grated Khoya.

Cook for few minutes.

Switch off the flame and let it rest for few minutes.

Once the mixture get cool completely, arrange it in fridge.

Serve chilled topped with nuts.
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12 comments:

Srivalli said...

Never read about this one priya, good find and the sweet looks amazing!

The Happie Friends Potpourricorner said...

Yummilicious.. Can never stop drooling over this deliciousness!!

Jayashree said...

The color and texture look so appealing, Priya.

vaishali sabnani said...

Semolina, khoya in phirni is new to me , unique recipe which sounds really delicious.

Padmajha PJ said...

First time seeing this phirni.Going by the ingredients it sounds so rich!

Pavani N said...

Amazing phirni recipe Priya. Love that saffron color and adding khoya makes it so rich and decadent.

Sandhya Ramakrishnan said...

I am so going to make this :) Looks absolutely mouthwatering!

Archana Potdar said...

Wow Priya it's an amazing find. Love it.

Harini-Jaya R said...

The color and consistency of this phirni is just out of the world

Sapana Behl said...

That is one stunning looking Phirni. Delicious.

Preeti Garg said...

Amazing phirni.. Awesome

Anonymous said...

Yes this is how my mom makes phirni but no ghee,she just adds semolina straight to milk and we don't use saffron it's matter of choice.