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Sholeh-Zard (Persian/Iranian Dessert)

Sholeh-Zard (Persian/Iranian Dessert) created by venusrazzaghi9

Very delicious dessert.

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  • Wash rice a few times until the water is clear, then drain.
  • Add six times water and bring to a boil, removing the foam.
  • When rice softens completely, add sugar and stir well.
  • Dissolve saffron in half a cup of hot water and add to the mix.
  • Heat up oil and also add to the mix.
  • Add in most of the almonds and the rosewater.
  • Stir well and cover.
  • Cook in oven at low temperature for half an hour.
  • Serve with pistachio, almond and cinnamon sprinkled on top.
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"Very delicious dessert."
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  1. venusrazzaghi9
    Sholeh-Zard (Persian/Iranian Dessert) Created by venusrazzaghi9
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  2. littlemafia
    I've made this before. I added just a little bit of lime juice. We love this dessert.
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  3. UmmBinat
    I made a different recipe for this and it was also without cardamom so I dont think it is forgotten texasgal #3, some recipes for this just dont have it included though I'm sure it would be good included. Also the recipe I followed added the rose water 30 minutes before the end of cooking and it turned out delicious anyway. I did not make this particular recipe so I wont star it as proportions are different.
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  4. texasgal 3
    You forgot ground kardamom and the rosewater needs to be added at the end . You do not cook the rice once you added the rosewater.
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  5. daan6822
    Very delicious dessert.
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