Kesar Pista Phirni is one of world famous healthy and tasty sugar free dessert of india. In present age lots of peoples suffering sugar problems which is one of rapidly growing major issue in world BP. We know very well about our true loves about desserts. So today we are sharing this yummy dessert for those who loves dessert but have sugar issue. If you have diabetes like my own dad ; you know that controlling blood sugar levels is important.
You have to keep your levels steady. Having a blood sugar level that’s too high can make you feel lousy, and having it often can be unhealthy. The blood glucose level is the amount of glucose in the blood. Glucose is a sugar that comes from the foods we eat, and it’s also formed and stored inside the body.
Recipe of Kesar Pista Phirni
Below are required ingredients for Sugar Free Dessert Kesar Pista Phirni.
2-4 Saffron Strands
24 Pistachio Blanched, Sliced & Peeled
10 Cups Skimmed Milk
6 Tbsp Coarse Rice Flour
3/8 Tsp Green Cardamom Powder
6 Tbsp Sugar Substitute
Below is the complete instruction for cooking sugar free dessert
Kesar Pista Phirni .
First we bring the Milk to a boil in a deep non stick pan. Lower the heat & simmer. Stirring continuously till it reduces by half. Now we add the rice flour, mixed with a little water. Stir well to prevent lumps from forming. Bring the mixture to a boil.When it starts to thicken then lower the heat. Simmer for 2-4 minutes. Stirring continuously.
Add the Cardamom Powder & Saffron. Mix very well. Now when the mixture attains a thick custard like consistency then remove from fire. Stir in the Sugar Substitute. Pour the mixture into individual earthenware bowls while sill warm. Now we sprinkle sliced pistachios. Refrigerate for 4 hours. Served chilled.
I hope so you will also enjoy Sugar Free Kesar Pista Phrini with your’s family and friends as we enjoy it early morning in home.
What is Phirni
Kesar Pista Phirni is very well known known kesar pista kheer. Kheer known as meetha bhaat,payasam, payasa, and phirni in some locations of india. It is a rice pudding, originating from the Indian subcontinent, made by boiling with milk and sugar one of the following: rice, broken wheat, tapioca, vermicelli, sweet corn, etc. It is flavoured with cardamom, raisins, saffron, cashews, pistachios, almonds or other dry fruits and nuts. Kheer is prepared in festivals, temples, and all special occasions. The term kheer may derive from the Sanskrit word Ksheera.