Poolaki

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Poolaki
Type Confectionery
Place of origin Iran
Region or state Isfahan
Main ingredients Sugar, water, white vinegar, natural flavours (saffron, dried lime or cocoa powder)
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Poolaki is a type of candy made mainly in Isfahan, Iran. Its shape is in the form of a thin disc, pretty much like a very thin coin, which starts dissolving as it enters the mouth. It is made of sugar, water, white vinegar and some natural taste of saffron, dried lime or cocoa powder. It is similar to toffee.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] Greg Malouf, Lucy Malouf, "Saraban: A Chef's Journey Through Persia," Hardie Grant Books, 2011, (Page numbers not shown in web images)ISBN 978-1740668620. Retrieved 11 February 2012