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[Video] Quick Mango Phirni Recipe

I had the last batch of organic mangoes left in my house and less time in hand. This year I really enjoyed naturally ripened mangoes and stocked some of them in the form of puree. Did you know that keeping mango pulp in a tight container will increase the shelf life of the pulp? You can even use that pulp for next six months.After thinking for a while I decided to come up with my own version of Mango Phirni. It’s super simple and quick to make.

Ingredients

½ litre milk
4 tbsp rice
1 large cup mango puree (Alphonso)
½ cup sugar
½ tsp cardamom powder
5 almonds (soak in water for 30 minutes, peel and chop)
Few saffron strands(optional)ingredients

Preparation 

  1. Soak rice half an hour
  2. Make puree
  3. Boil the milk for 15 minutes
  4. Add sugar into a boiled milk.point 5
  5. Add cardamom powder
  6. Add rice pureeScreen Shot 2016-05-24 at 11.00.54 am
  7. Stir the mixture continuouslypoint 8
  8. Wait for just one minute
  9. Cool down the mixture for 2 hours.
  10. Refrigerate for 2-3 hours
  11. Remove Phirni after 3 hours
  12. Now mix the chilled mango puree in Phirni wellpoint 10
  13. Garnish with chopped almond and saffron strand.Mango Phirni

What do you think?

Written by Bhakti D

Bhakti is a dedicated full-time certified yoga instructor and follows yogic teachings as a way of life rather than a fitness goal. Yoga has helped her lead stress-free life for herself as well as has a calming influence on the family. After she realized the goodness of Yoga, she decided to pursue Yoga more seriously by building on Yoga related competencies. She has done a number of classrooms as well as one to one teaching sessions in Mumbai, helping her clientele achieve a happy and healthy lifestyle.

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