Akbar Mashti, Saffron Ice Cream
"Saffron Ice Cream" 1/2 Cup Sugar 2 Tbsp Cream (Whip Cream) 1/4 Tsp Saffron (Zafran) 1/2 Liter Milk 1/4 Cup Rose Water 1 Tsp Salep Pistachios PREPARATIONS: 1- Soak 1/4 tsp saffron for 20 minutes. 2- boiling water. DIRECTIONS: 1- Pour 2 tbsp cream into a plate, spread the cream across the plate evenly and put it in freezer for 2-3 hours. 2- Boil the milk and pour it into a bowl. 3- Add the saffron and rose water to the bowl and stir. 4- MIx the sugar and the salep in a separate bowl then add it to the milk bowl gradually while stirring. 5a - Place the bowl in a large ice-filled bowl and keep stirring for half an hour. fill with more ice if needed. Put the bowl in refrigerator for half an hour and repeat the above step until it becomes creamy or resembles ice cream. OR 5b- Pour the mixture into a ice cream making machine and churn for 20 minutes or until resembles ice cream. 6- put the ice cream in a container and freeze it for at least 3 hours before serving. 7- Smash the frozen cream (Step 1). 8- Sprinkle the ice cream with pistachios and frozen cream when served.Read More
Adas Polo calories and nutrition values
Adas polow (Adas: Lentils and polo or polow: Rice) is a Mediterranean traditional dish and is believed to be originated in ancient Persia. As the name suggests, main ingredients of Adas Polow are lentils and rice. Due to the lentils you get the cholesterol lowering fiber benefit of this food. Lentils can help lower cholesterol and the fiber can watch your blood sugar from rising. Rice as we know contains all the amino acids needed for building and maintaining muscle tissue. Rice is one of the easiest food to digest yet its carbohydrates value can give you the energy you need. One plate or 310 grams of Adas Polow has about 925 calories and comparing it to a fast food burgers with calorie counts more than 1000, makes it a better choice for a lunch. Adas Polow is low in cholesterol and to keep the balance, it's best to be served with salad and veggies.Read More
- 1 Cup Rice
- 3 Cups Milk
- 1/4 Cup Rose Water
- 1/4 Tsp Salt
- Cherry Jam (or jam of your choice)
1- Soak 1 cup of rice in 2 cups of water for 8 to 12 hours.
1- Transfer the rice into a pot.
2- Add salt to the pot and stir.
3- Heat the pot over low heat until 2/3 of the water evaporates and the rice is tender.
4- Add the milk to the pot and continue the heat until it comes to a boil. Stir frequently.
5- Turn off the heat, add the rose water and stir thoroughly.
6- Allow it to cool down.
Serve shir berenj with a jam of your choice.
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