Monday, April 7, 2014

Fereni - A Persian Dessert


Fereni is a creamy and delicious Persian dessert which is made using rice flour , milk and rosewater as main ingredients. The Rosewater gives the intense flavor to the dessert and it is normally garnished with Pistachios . The dessert could be served either warm or cold . I personally like to be on a warm side. But Fereni is best when it is served chill . 

For this month's challenge on International Food Challenge  , +Savitha Ganesan was the host . She had chosen Persian Cuisine. Persian cuisine is really similar to Indian cooking . They widely use Rice , Turmeric and Saffron . Among  suggested recipes from savitha's end , i chose Fereni which was little easy . Thank you +Saraswathi Tharagaram for the lovely group challenge .


Ingredients for this desserts are easily available . Still you can substitute with the ingredients too as i did.

Ingredients:

Rice Flour - 1 1/2 TBSP
Whole Milk - 1 1/2 Cup
Rose Water - 1 1/4 TBSP
Sugar - 2 TBSP

Cashew and Almonds - For Garnishing


Instructions:

- In a bowl , combine milk , sugar and rice flour . Mix well using a Whisk .
- The mixture should be lump free .
- Place the bowl in the stove on medium heat and keep it whisking to make sure there is no lumps forming.
-  Mixture will thicken in no time , so keep an eye on it.
- When the mixture is getting thicker add the rose water and allow it to get little more thicker.
- The pudding must be jelly like consistency .
- Pour it in the serving bowls . Garnish it with Nuts .
- Serve it warm or cold .


19 comments:

  1. delicious and yummy fereni..

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  2. Very delightful and droolworthy dessert.

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  3. This looks delicious and so simple. Thanks for sharing at Simple Supper Tuesday.

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  4. So very delicious Shey.... bookmarking :-)

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  5. Such an intriguing dessert - almost like a pudding. I love how simple the ingredient list is and no eggs required!

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  6. reading second post in a row for Fereni and now am drooling. it looks yummy and inviting

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  7. Hmmm, this one has me curious. I've used the rice flour to make Mochi, which has almost a marshmallow texture to it. I'm thinking this has more liquid, making it closer to a pudding texture. I'm not a huge fan of rose water (at least not in food), but this would be easily adaptable to other flavors. Thanks! :) [#TastyTuesdays]

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  8. I have rose syrup and I am looking for more recipes to use it with. Really lovely dessert.

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  9. this is my fav dessert...looks so delicious...beautiful clicks...

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  10. This sounds lovely, thanks for sharing this interesting dessert. Thanks for linking up to Sweet and Savoury Sunday, stop by tomorrow and link up again. Have a great weekend!!

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  11. Shey, your dessert looks fabulous! Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and have a very special week.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

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  12. Just wanted you to know that your recipe is being featured on foodie friday today. I will be pinning and tweeting it this week too. http://www.simplelivingeating.com/2014/04/favorite-easter-recipes-foodie-friday.html

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