Badam Phirni with Mango Glaze

Who is ready for a delicious Almond phirni with delicious mango glaze to go with that ? It's no tough task to make this dessert and take a look to virtually Njoy this traditional sweet.

  1. Basmati rice -- 3 tbsp
  2. Milk -- 3 cups
  3. Salt -- a pinch
  4. Sugar -- 3/4 cup
  5. Saffron -- 3 to 4 strands
  6. Almonds -- 1/4 cup, blanched n soaked
  7. Roasted almonds/ Pistachios(crushed) -- for garnishing 
  8. Cardamom powder -- a big pinch
 Mango Glaze:
  1. Mango pulp -- 1/2 to 3/4 cup
  2. Sugar --1/4 cup, add acc to taste
  3. Agar agar powder -- 1/8 tsp(optional)

  •  Soak basmati rice in water for 1 to 2 hours. If Almond is raw, soak it for 4 hours, remove the skin and make it ready. Soak the saffron in little bit of warm milk in a small bowl.
  • Grind the almonds to a fine paste using little milk and then add the soaked basmati rice and grind it very coarsely. Keep it handy.
  • Now boil the milk till it comes a boil and then slowly add the ground rice and nuts mixture into the boiling milk , not to forget that the flame/heat should be in low.
  • Slowly stir in the ground mixture without forming lumps and make sure it doesn't stick to the bottom.
  •  Gently cook the Almond phirni on medium low flame for 7 to 10 minutes till it slightly gets thick and also in pourable consistency but not watery.
  • Now add in the sugar,salt and cook again for 3 to 4 minutes. Add the saffron mixture and the cardamom powder and stir together well. Switch off the stove and bring the phirni to room temperature.
  • Pour the phirni in a glass and chill it in the refrigerator.
For Mango Glaze:
  • In a pan add the agar agar with little amount of water and cook until it turns watery and glossy. ( this step is optional if u don't use agar agar)
  • Add in the pulp and the sugar and cook until it's foamy and just starts to get bubbles on top. Switch off the flame. Keep stirring the mixture for 1 to 2 minutes.
  • Add the mango glaze on top of the phirni and keep it inside the fridge for 1/2 hour to 1 hour and add the crushed nuts mixture on top and serve chilled.

  • Adding agar agar is not essential, I wanted to give a slight jelly like texture to the pudding.
  • I din't add saffron mixture as I wanted to retain that milky white colour to go with the Mango.
  • Do not add more rice, add 1 tbsp for each cup of milk.
Happy Cooking,


  1. such fab combo with beautiful pics ...great job

  2. what a lovely combo,makes me drool..

  3. Wonderful phirni, pics are awesome.

  4. just now finished my dinner and now drooling over this looks damn delicious and perfect and loved the fotos very much

  5. This looks so so yummy! Love the clicks :)

  6. very refreshing and yummmmmmmmy drink.

  7. Excellent,elegant,gorgeous,cute and fantabulous super nutty phirni, love that mango glaze.

  8. Badam phirni looks very yummy. Beautiful presentation!

  9. Elegant and yummy dessert.. Looks so colorful and attractive..

  10. Fantastic recipe,a delicious Phirni...stunning clicks dear.

  11. wow wow... no words to say, i'm drooling here...

  12. Ur pictures are always my fav.Phirni looks super inviting.

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  14. Wow never thought of such delicious dessert like this with twist of mango is amazing :)
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