Ghotab or Qottab is a traditional Iranian sweet nugget / cake. Ghotab is filled with walnuts and deep fried in vegetable oil.
Qottab is sweet and tasteful and just like most of sweet cakes, it is high
asloq is a walnut pastry swirl which has a distinctive flavor of rose water which is used a lot in Iranian pastries. Maraqeh, Malayer, and Arak are cities that produce the best Basloq or Sajuq when it
Pashmak (Persian: پشمک) is a form of Iranian candy floss or cotton candy, made from sugar. Pashmak is served on its own or as an accompaniment to fruits, cakes, ice creams, puddings and dess
A popular feature on many Persian New Year tables, these honey, almond and saffron caramels are a speciality from Iran’s Isfahan region, known for its honey production. Often used to add an aromatic
Traditional Persian nougat is one of the world’s oldest and most beautiful confections. It may also be one of the world’s most unusual delicacies.
Commonly known as gaz, this sumptuous nougat orig
Masghati is a soft and transparent confection in Iran made with rose water, starch, sugar and water. Along with koloocheh, it is a tradition of Norooz New Year celebrations. Pistachio and saffron c
Baklava (Baghlava), this popular dessert is made in different parts of the world with some slight variations. It has layers and layers of flaky pastry surrounding nuts and spices and sweetened with an
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