With the Indian New Year of Ugadi and Gudi Padva just round the corner, Executive Chef Dinesh Mhatre from Hilton Mumbai International Airport teaches us to make Blueberry Phirni, a traditional creamy delight laden with a contemporary touch of blueberries.
“Blueberry Phirni is my twisted rendition to this otherwise regular sweet dish. In this special version of phirni, blueberries are chopped and mixed in the rice-milk mixture and are then left to chill in the refrigerator. This phirni will ...
Chef Manoj Painuly from Shangri-La Hotel, Bengaluru delights us with a blueberry frangipane. This delicious tart is sheer indulgence on any given day, especially a working day along with a cup of hot coffee.
2 no eggs
115 gms granulated sugar
1/2 tbsp lemon zest, optional
125 gms all-purpose flour
100 gms ground almond meal
100 gms blueberry
50 gms blueberry jam
1/4 tbsp salt
1/4 tbsp- baking powder
125 gms -unsalted butter, melted
Even though blueberries are not native to the hot, tropical weather in India, they are off late assuming much credence. Thanks to the rising crop of wellness-conscious millennials who crave gourmet delights which a touch of goodness. Blueberries score high on the health and wellness card. Being low in fat, rich in fibre and antioxidants, they are known to combat the effects of dementia, prevent cell damage that leads to cancer and protect heart health.
Chef Manoj Painuly from the Shangri-La ...