|Faloodeh (Originally Pallodeh)|
Place of origin
|Vermicelli (corn starch), syrup (sugar , rose water)|
|Cookbook:Faloodeh (Originally Pallodeh) Faloodeh (Originally Pallodeh)|
Faloodeh, originally Paloodeh or Pālūde (Persian: پالوده) is an Iranian cold dessert consisting thin vermicelli noodles made from corn starch mixed in a semi-frozen syrup made from sugar and rose water. It is often served with lime juice and sometimes ground pistachios. It is a traditional dessert in Iran. Paloodeh is originally from Shiraz and in Iran it is especially famous as Shirazi Faloodeh.
Paludeh is one of the earliest forms of cold desserts, existing as early as 400 BCE. The name originally means smoothy (filtered). In Iran paludeh (faludeh) is sold in ice cream stores (bastani) and in shops which specialize in preparing this dessert.
A thin rice batter is pressed through a sieve which further produces delicate strings. These strings look like grated coconut. Cold milk with blended almonds and pistachios, and then cooled.
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