It’s impossible to imagine any Indian festival without sweet dishes. Indian desserts have their own charm, and we cannot resist eating them. These rich flavours of phirni can impress the desire for traditional Indian taste. Traditionally phirni is a creamy pudding made up of rice, milk and sugar, but here you can find its various versions. If you are looking for dessert ideas to serve at your family parties, your search stops here with these phirni recipes. Try these innovative classic phirni dishes, which you can easily prepare at home.
This is a classic phirni that is served as dessert in Indian cuisine. It is made with rice, mango puree and topped up with sliced mongo or nuts.
This recipe is a combination of traditional phirni and has a flavour of strawberry puree.
Are you on a low-calorie diet and yet yearning to eat some sweets? Try this oats apple phirni, made of natural fruit sweetness, milk, and soaked oats. You can also add honey to avoid white sugar.
Have you ever heard of pumpkin phirni? No, then try this. It is globally famous and has several other variations too.
All-time favourite phirni, made with rice, milk, nuts, cardamom powder, and a hint of saffron. This is a traditional creamy dessert made during festivals like Ramdam and Diwali.