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Shola Zard

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Ingredients

3dl Rice
1 teaspoon cardamom
50 g Butter
1 tbsp rose water
2 bags 1g

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Shola Zard

Saffron rice pudding

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      Shole zard is a Persian saffron pudding with rice. It is garnished and decorated with nuts and cinnamon. A very beautiful and tasty dessert that is easy to make. However, it does need some time to cook and solidify

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      Steps

      1
      Done

      Soak the rice in lukewarm water for at least 1 hour, preferably overnight (about 6-8 hours) for best consistency.

      2
      Done

      Boil 1 tablespoon water and dissolve the saffron, let stand while you cook the rice, about 1 hour.

      3
      Done

      Strain the rice and mix with 1.5 liters of hot water and the butter. Allow to boil and then lower the heat, simmer for at least 1 hour, stirring occasionally. The rice should be like a porridge and thick. Then turn in sugar, rose water, saffron and possibly cardamom. If you want a firm pudding, you can dilute about 1-2 tablespoons of cornstarch with some water and stir it into the rice, stir and let the small simmer 1-2 minutes, until the pudding thickens.

      4
      Done

      Pour into bowls or in large plates. Allow to cool for at least 2 hours. Decorate with cinnamon, almond or pistachio nuts before serving

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