Prep 1 min
Cook 0 mins
A great Iranian breakfast and a good way to get the kids to eat dairy. My daughter loves honey (that's what she would like to eat every morning) so it's a good way for her to have it other than just with butter and bread.
- 1⁄2 cup fresh cream
- 2 tablespoons honey
- Blend the honey and the cream. Add more or less honey, according to your taste.
- Serve with flat bread or if available with barbari (Iranian brread).
- Variations: instead of honey use dates or cocoa powder.
I served this over Moroccan Honeycomb Pancakes (Beghrir) & it was delicious. Thanks for another way to enjoy beghrir. Made for NA*ME Tag
Taste is yummy. I used keshta cream that is thick Middle Eastern cream that comes in a can. I have also specifically seen it sold in Iranian shops. It became very thinned out once I mixed in creamed honey, however I was reading on Google that this Iranian cream with honey for breakfast is whipped until thick. Maybe whipping cream then? We wanted it for breakfast to dip our gluten free stuff into but it was too thin.
It took me a few goes before I got the desired consistency from this recipe. I used 3 tablespoons of honey, and I added some orange chunks to the mix as I was processing it. I ate this with my cereal (which was Muslix and a good type of cereal to go with this recipe).